We have turned one! Our anniversary issue features award-winning actor-director Nandita Das on the cover, and inside you’ll find 10 pathfinders who are out to change mindsets. This is an UNMISSABLE issue so start reading NOW!
London-based women’s rights activist Zahra Rasouli helps rescue victims of gender and gang-based violence and child sexual exploitation. She believes gender discrimination is a global phenomenon.
The millennials have inherited a dying Earth. Humankind’s toxic footprint has not spared any part of the planet. With countless crises just around the corner, these girls are successfully securing a sustainable future. This is part one of our three part series, ‘Knights in Recyclable Armour’.
Madhu Tandan’s new novel is no ordinary love story; it’s a canvas of absence, abstinence and infidelity along with a thrilling plot.
In the second of our three-part series ‘Home @ Work’, we feature Aleya Sen, co-founder of Chrome Pictures, who embraces a sustainable lifestyle both at home and at work.
As part of our series ‘Cafe with a Cause’, we take you to Cat Cafe Studio run by the Khosla sisters in Mumbai, where you can hang around with cats over coffee.
Bringing together her love for food, healthy cuisine and travel, Simi Kohli shares three delicious recipes from her popular Asian restaurant, Shibuya.
There is an opening of the eyes and heart when you find your spiritual mentor. A Delhi grandmother shares her journey as a seeker, and how it all began.
Workspaces don’t have to be rigidly defined by glass windows, cookie-cutter cubicles or ‘corporate’ formality. In a three-part series ‘Home @ Work’, we feature three women-led teams that do great work even in informal settings, with open spaces, plants and maybe even a mother around for company. This is part one.
Standup comic Radhika Vaz is out to provoke – with her jokes and with her feminist agenda.
With her maverick venture Geeli Mitti, Shagun Singh is teaching the world about the down-and-dirty delight of sustainable development.
Why waste food? Minu Pauline of Kochi has set up a fridge outside her restaurant Pappadavada so that the poor and hungry can take leftovers for free.
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Jeroo Billimoria has affected millions of lives with her organizations that protect vulnerable children, and lift the youth out of poverty.
The effects of environmental pollution are damaging our children’s brains within days after birth, leaving India with a crisis in the making.
A comic on menstruation designed by Aditi Gupta as a college thesis snowballed into Menstrupedia, a creative platform for social awareness.
The stories of these girls and women were the most-read on this website in the past 12 months since eShe magazine was launched.
Nandita Das has donned many hats, from actor to filmmaker, but the one that has stayed consistent is the steel-willed activist, unafraid to speak out. In this exclusive interview, she talks about her life journey, inspirations and why certain stories need to be told.
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Breaking away from the traditional Indian aesthetic, these five jewellery designers make eclectic designs with a story behind them. You’ll need nothing else.
She was a CA rank holder, set up her own chartered accountancy firm back in the day, and raised five children. They don’t make them like Rupa Debi any more, says her daughter Reeti Roy.
“Our traumatic experiences shape us the most,” says Shuchi Singh Kalra. The best-selling author shares her views on gender bias and social taboos.
Like many working women in India, marketing professional Rabia Sooch Khandelwal had to take a break in her career once the babies were born, but the experience brought out another side of her.
Dealing with a mother’s loss is probably one of the most difficult and painful parts of growing older. This is part two of our three-part series ‘Her Blood in My Veins’ as three women trace their mothers’ lives, and see a mirror to their own truths.
Bhutan is considered the happiest place in the world. Perhaps one of the reasons is that women have equal rights, opportunities and personal freedoms.
It took vision and reinvention for former television producer Shradha Aggarwal to launch her own startup offering healthy gourmet snacks.
A mother loses 8 kg and introduces her family to yoga. A student finds concentration and aces her exams. And another beats insomnia and binge-eating disorder. These are the yoga stories that win our “Yoga Story” contest and a health getaway to Kerala!
Her first day of engineering college turned out to be the turning point for teenager Medha Saha – she lost a leg but earned the heart of a hero.
German flight attendant Mariam Jouini was teary-eyed the first time she flew to India – and now she can’t get enough of the country and its gods.
In ‘Supernormal’, her groundbreaking new study of trauma and survival, Meg Jay tells the stories of people who overcome trauma in their childhoods to go on and live successful lives as adults.