What does the September issue of eShe have in store? Media personality Sagarika Ghose on the cover, Bollywood playback sensation Shashaa Tirupati, tales of Partition, Osama’s wives, the best of India Couture Week, and more! Click to read now.
The rain and food bring together all the senses. Indulge your taste buds with these delectable monsoon recipes by Kaveri Jain.
The founder of India’s largest facility management company TGH, Ritu Grover has learnt how to stay on top of the game – with brutal focus and dedication.
Do your own pedicure at home without losing much time and money, says Argha Kashyap.
Versatile, trendy and yet timeless, the label Zariin by sisters Mamta and Vidhi Gupta has been high on the radar for most jewellery aficionados. Seven Delhi fashionistas show us how they wear their favourite pieces.
Some people are natural leaders, but others can develop leadership by being more open to experiences, says luxury consultant Madhavi Advani.
This is what September will be like, says tarot reader and educationist Alka Mahajan.
Adventure-sports enthusiast and journalist Saachi Soni climbs mountains, not for the world to see her, but so that she can see the world.
Hailed the ‘book of the year’, Cathy Scott-Clark and Adrian Levy’s new tome ‘The Exile: The Stunning Inside Story of Osama Bin Laden and Al Qaeda in Flight’ reveals fascinating inside stories of the world’s most notorious terrorist. This excerpt gives a glimpse into his family life and his four wives.
Fashion Design Council of India (FDCI) recently concluded its 10th Couture Week at a week-long extravaganza in Delhi, and as expected, the biggest couturiers of the country lined up to showcase their pieces. Here are the pieces that got our attention.
Being a single mother in India takes hard work not just because of the logistics involved, but also because of the constant social obstacles on the way, says Ayesha Dahra.
Today’s flexible working schedules and the ease of technology have given many of us the freedom to work from home. But how does one optimize efficiency with all the distractions of running a home too?
Bushra Hassan initially found it hard to adapt to Australia when she moved there from India. But art helped her cope and find meaning.
Indo-Canadian playback singer Shashaa Tirupati, better known now as the Humma Girl, lives on two continents but takes her music everywhere she goes.
As India celebrates 70 years of Independence, Sheela Kapur recalls her memories of Partition and wonders at the senseless boundaries between those born of the same earth.
Sagarika Ghose has seen the best and worst of India in her career as a journalist and author. That doesn’t stop her showing up.
With award-winning journalist Sagarika Ghose on the cover, the September issue of eShe magazine is all about power-women and powerful narratives. Download and read it at your own pace!
This is what Indian women have been talking about these past few weeks.
Trapped in a loveless marriage, this reader fell in love with her husband’s younger cousin. She asks our in-house clinical psychologist Smriti Joshi what to do about it.
Savour India’s rich gastronomical heritage with these seven traditional recipes from India’s northeast put together by Purabi Shridhar and Sanghita Singh.
Don’t let the heat and humidity sap your glow. Here’s how you can shine even in the rain, says Argha Kashyap.
eShe magazine is now the official magazine partner for Women Economic Forum 2017 to be held at Dwarka, New Delhi, on September 12-13th. Stay tuned for more updates!
This is the best time in history to be a woman. Think about that.
Have something on your mind? Ask our in-house clinical psychologist Smriti Joshi what to do about it.
Being the woman behind a successful man is a role that takes faith, sacrifice and oodles of love. But it’s a rewarding one too, finds Sweta Chhabria Kripalani.
A visit to an old land like Zanzibar is a feast for the senses and a wondrous opening of the mind. But like other developing countries, there are changes taking place at all levels of society, things that the travel books won’t tell you. Kay Newton reveals all.
Short reviews of ‘On Tyranny’ by Timothy Snyder, ‘Maidless in Mumbai’ by Payal Kapadia and ‘A Horse Walks into a Bar’ by David Grossman.
Artist Mona Singh was born deaf at a time when there was very little support available to the deaf in India. But that doesn’t stop her creating her art in silence.
Vimla Kaul set up Guldasta so that she didn’t have to feed the underprivileged – she could teach them to feed themselves instead.
Sunita Pandey shares her bookish journey across the world – her arms full of children and her head in her books.