Author Interview || Radhika Jindal

Radhika Jindal is a well-known blogger and a mother of a -year-old. She loves writing about relationships, motherhood, books, parenting, and self-care. She shares her thoughts through her blog, This is her first book. When she is not writing, she is busy making happy memories with her princess.

Radhika authored The Essence of Motherhood
In this book, she spoke about having a positive mindset towards pregnancy. It’ll also give you a glimpse of what you can expect during and after the pregnancy phase.

A must-read book for:

  • First-time Parent
  • Pregnancy Phobia Extirpation
  • Adoring Motherhood

My guest on the blog today is Radhika Jindal, a well-known blogger, Amazon Influencer, Digital Creator, and Published Author. The Essence of Motherhood bursts myths and shares precious knowledge about pregnancy and post-pregnancy and it serves as a handy book for expecting moms To explore more of my author interview series visit the Meet The Authors Section of my blog. Let’s dive into a discerning chitter-chatter with Mrs Radhika Jindal.


Radhika: I was expecting my first child at the time and was looking for a lot of information. However, everyone offered their unique experiences, which was nice but I wasn’t completely informed. One can only learn from their own experiences. I was constantly craving additional knowledge about how I could get ready a little in advance to welcome the baby and embrace myself as a New Mom.

However, a few new mothers approached me after the delivery with the same concerns about getting the right information. As a result, I decided to write a book that would help first-time expectant mothers. The book discusses motherhood, pregnancy, and how to emotionally be ready for delivery.

Radhika: We already have several responsibilities before we become mothers, including our roles as sister, daughter, wife, and later daughter-in-law. However, becoming a mother is a blessing, let’s embrace it. No one ever plays this part before they have any experience; they discover how to do it. Finding joy in little things and practicing mental calmness are always beneficial. Being a good mother requires courage. Put your mental health first, then coordinate it with other activities.

Giving your mental health top priority enables you to perform better as a mother, in relationships with your spouse, etc. Remember to “always ask for help” I was a little afraid to ask for assistance during my postpartum depression/period after giving birth, but I soon realized that a new mom constantly needs assistance.

Radhika: Don’t fall into the trap of what others say. People always have to comment on anything. They will keep on judging you from the day you’re expecting till the day u deliver. So, just be yourself and focus on what is right for you and the baby. Believe in your self-intuition power.

  1. I am worthy of love, happiness, and success.
  2. I believe in my abilities and trust myself to overcome challenges.
  3. I attract positive energy and opportunities into my life.
  4. I am grateful for the abundance in my life and look for the good in every situation.

Radhika: Mental health is crucial during pregnancy, and it can significantly impact both the mother and the developing fetus throughout the trimesters. it directly affects the physical health of both the mother and the baby, influences fetal development, shapes the mother-child relationship, impacts labor and postpartum experiences, and sets the stage for the child’s emotional well-being.

As such, pregnant individuals must prioritize their mental health, seek support when needed, and engage in strategies that promote emotional well-being throughout all trimesters. Any expecting mom should check out chapter No. 5 on how to Prioritize yourself first. And, the discussion about PPD with the expert Mental health blogger Priyanka (sanitydaily) on why mental health plays a crucial role at every step.

My blog on mental health

Radhika: The idea that a pregnant woman’s belly can accurately predict her unborn child’s gender is one common mistake I’ve come up with during the prenatal process. This myth is often perpetuated by genuine friends, family members, or even strangers who claim that a high, round belly indicates a girl, while a low, pointy belly suggests a boy.

To dispel this common misconception, it’s essential to clarify that the mother’s body type, muscle tone, posture, and the position of the baby inside the womb are the primary indicators of the shape and location of the belly. They can’t forecast the baby’s gender because it’s not supported by science.


1. Healthy Pregnancy: Pregnancy is divided into three phases called the three trimesters and I have tried to cover all the unique issues and events that occur in each trimester, answering the questions that most mothers or to-be-mothers have. A few topics include healthy diet plans and exercise, maintaining self-love, Garbh Sanskar, packing your hospital bag, and how to prepare yourself for D-day.

2. Cherish Motherhood: At the end of nine months, you can hold your baby in your hands and see him or her for the first time. You are now officially a ‘Mother’! The second part of my book is about the so-called official motherhood stage once the baby is delivered. How can you take care of yourself in the postpartum period? How has your role as a mother changed now?

What can you expect from this book?

  • Fitness and diet plans for the three trimesters
  • Garbh Sanskar and the right techniques
  • Personal experiences of mothers
  • Positive visualization and thinking methods
  • How to deal with postpartum depression and weight
  • Experts interviews

Additionally, you can also go through my Author-Interview Series -> Here
Author Contact:  Radhika Jindal
Book Link: The Essence of Motherhood
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You can also explore my Non-Fiction Section -> Here
You can also explore my other works -> Here

6 thoughts on “Author Interview || Radhika Jindal

  1. The book, “Essence of Motherhood,” seems to be a perfect read for new moms to be. Her interview gives valuable insights into the author’s thought processes. I like that she delves deep into not only the physical but more importantly the psychological aspects of impending motherhood.

  2. Thanks for sharing this book, seems like.must read for every parent!!
    Happy to read about the journey of Radika and thanks for bringing this.

  3. I love about read relationships, motherhood, books, parenting, and self-care books.. I am also searching for such books.. Thankyou for suggesting the author & her books. Radhika Jindhal 😍 waiting for more book reviews. 👍👍

  4. Wow the interview gives me so much more insight into her as a person. I like that she delves deep into not only the physical but more importantly the psychological aspects of impending motherhood.
    Thank you for sharing this

  5. Heard of this book a lot. And now your review accolades it. It seems a great guide to new mommy(s). I am planning it to gift my friends who just became mothers 😊

  6. I agree that a pregnant woman’s belly can’t predict the baby’s gender. The shape and size of a pregnant woman’s belly are influenced by various factors, making it unreliable in predicting the baby’s gender. Scientifically, gender is determined by genetics and not by the external appearance of the mother’s abdomen, emphasizing the need to rely on more accurate methods such as ultrasound or genetic testing for gender confirmation.

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