With popular TV star Jennifer Winget on the cover, the August 2017 issue of eShe promises several hours of inspiring reading! Click to read now.
Sunita Pandey shares her bookish journey across the world – her arms full of children and her head in her books.
The author of ‘Yama’s Lieutenant and the Stone Witch’ talks about mythology, women and writing dark fiction.
India is ready to make and drink its own best-quality teas, decided Shikha Puri, who set out to do just that.
A devastating fire that gutted the entire house taught Delhi’s Versha Malhotra invaluable lessons in life and loss.
Being a fashion entrepreneur comes with a lifetime of learning, and no matter what your personal situation is, the work must go on, says Jigna Shah.
Inspired by her family of freedom fighters, academicians and craft lovers, Karishma Shahani Khan reinterprets India through her label Ka-Sha.
Changes in urban lifestyle call for changes in shopping patterns as well. Adopt these tips and get with it, says Zarine Bajaj.
Writer, luxury magazine editor and now a proponent of sustainable living. This is why Neeti Mehra took the leap.
In her new book ‘Who Me, Poor?’, veteran journalist Gayatri Jayaraman shares her personal experience as part of the ‘rich poor’ urban Indian population.
Childhood experiences can leave a deep impact on you, sometimes urging you towards unknown journeys, or chasing torrential clouds across India. Ritu Goyal Harish shares her story.
Lady Boss: From being an IIM gold medallist to the CFO of a NASDAQ-listed company and now an investor and mentor to startups, Revathy Ashok has achieved milestones beyond the reach of most women
TV icon Jennifer Winget’s unconventional life and career choices mark her as a woman to watch out for. She gets personal in this exclusive interview.
Here’s your style update from the world of Indian fashion.
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Sargam Chopra went from a childhood in the Middle East to marriage in the US, and then gave up her NRI status to follow her passion in India.
Sari aficionado Srishti Madhav returned from London to work with the weavers in Varanasi. Her mission? To revive the gorgeous Benarasi drape
Looking for something to read? Check out these books that our editor loved reading this summer.
Taking an autistic child for his first haircut can be full of (unpleasant) surprises. Pallavi Shankar shares her experience and learning.
People make instant assumptions about others within a few seconds of meeting them. But what we do next can change our lives and those of the people around us.