Ranjini Rao holds her mother’s hand, who died from cancer in 2016. Photo: Ranjini Rao Ranjini Rao holds her mother’s hand, who died from cancer in 2016. Photo: Ranjini Rao
Ranjini Rao holds her mother’s hand, who died from cancer in 2016. Photo: Ranjini Rao
Wellness

Coping with grief after mum’s death, a daughter writes a book on the lessons she learned from her in the kitchen

  • Ranjini Rao’s mother died of cancer in 2016 but it took the pandemic, and another family loss, to help her channel that grief into a book
  • She turned to the kitchen, as her mum always did when feeling low, and came to realise that food and stories are at the very core of our lives

Topic |   Wellness
Ranjini Rao holds her mother’s hand, who died from cancer in 2016. Photo: Ranjini Rao Ranjini Rao holds her mother’s hand, who died from cancer in 2016. Photo: Ranjini Rao
Ranjini Rao holds her mother’s hand, who died from cancer in 2016. Photo: Ranjini Rao
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