This is an English book written by "Batul S. Arastu". It's publisher is "Salman Azad Publications". In the book the author argues some Islamic jurisprudencial statements about women.
Contents in brief
Allah (SWT) has created all women, but each individual woman is different. For example every woman has her own unique blood cycle. In Islamic law there are different rules for the kind of blood seen by a woman. There are specific rules for Haidh (period or menstruation), Istihadha (irregular blood discharge during the month) and Nifas (blood after childbirth).
This book explains in a clear language the special rules Muslim women must follow during their menstrual cycles and at other times to achieve ritual purity. It has as its strengths, a systematic layout that helps to chart the sometimes complicated territory that these rules have come to form. The copious use of examples and scenarios greatly helps to make the laws and rules accessible and understandable. Hence, this book goes a long way in filling the large vacuum and need that exists for practical guidance on this subject.