Top Indian standup comic Aditi Mittal is on the cover, award-winning anchor Gitikka Ganju Dhar, beauty baroness Sunita Ramnathkar and much to read in relationships, books, fashion and travel inside. As always, lots of ideas and inspiration await you in eShe magazine!
Acclaimed chef, restaurateur, author, TV personality and painter, Zarmig Haladjian is a woman of many accomplishments.
From banker to model and stylist, Bandana Sondhi’s career has taken unexpected turns, but she’s come to believe anything is possible.
Why look anywhere else when Indian beauty shelves these days have the best of natural and organic beauty ware?
She sang all her way through school, and when she turned 18, the first thing she did was apply to India’s only music reality TV show for Western vocals. This is Soumya Sofat’s experience.
One of the few women authors from India to write erotic novels, Shradha Singh holds pragmatic opinions about extramarital sex, and says monogamy does not exist.
In the twilight years of her reign, the British Queen Victoria was devoted to her Indian assistant and Urdu teacher, Abdul Karim, much to the scandal of the royal court. Here is one fascinating anecdote about their controversial relationship.
Former operations manager Sushma Mehta Shah channeled her creative energies into her own jewellery label after a chance statement triggered her to be a successful entrepreneur.
Sanmeet Kaur went through an experience no mother ever should: losing her nine-year-old son to cancer. Yet she turned her life’s greatest loss into a catalyst for her life’s grandest work.
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Most women hate how bras make them feel and yet we subject ourselves to them every day because we believe they make us look better. But who made these rules, asks Devina Kaur.
One of India’s most successful standup comedians, Aditi Mittal uses laughter as a tool to further a deeper agenda – an equal world.
A spotlight on women in the news and news of interest to women this week.
Sweet-somethings are a necessity when celebrations are in the air. Bring the world on your plate with these global offerings by top chef Monish Gujral.
Adventure is a good reason to travel but so is healing, introspecting and loving yourself. Here’s why you should set out on a trip to do nothing.
It is every mother’s nightmare come true. On top of the trauma of dealing with my four-year-old daughter’s sexual assault, I’m also now dealing with the anger and humiliation of being doubted and victim-shamed. There has been a spate of stories in the media that have been giving the school’s side of the story. This is mine.
Most people think of RA as something that only strikes people in mid-to-late life, but it does, in rare cases, afflict people who are in their 20s. This is Shrutika Snehanath’s story.
In India, vegetarianism is associated with ‘lacto-vegetarianism’, which includes all dairy products except eggs. How difficult is it to do without milk, ghee, cream, cheeses? Not as tough as it sounds. Here is a quick guide to being vegan in India.
Delhi-based popular accessories designer Tarini Nirula has found herself drawn to a new calling of late: the path of yoga. She shares the why and how.
Perfectionist at heart, Vayjayanti Pugalia used to get very upset to see lack of etiquette and discipline amongst the people around her. So she set about fixing it!
A lover of all things Indian and a fearless risk-taker, Monisha Gupta’s mega-store Craft House is the last stop and lasting impression that visitors take with them of India.
Young, focused and ambitious, Nmami Agarwal wants to make sure everyone eats a nutritious diet – and celebrities are listening.
On World Diabetes Day 2017, which coincides with Children’s Day in India, paediatric endocrinologist Dr Smita Koppikar tells you why you can’t ignore juvenile diabetes, nor give it the same treatment as adults.
Iconic Jaipur jeweller Sunita Shekhawat lets her creations speak of her many stories and histories.
Namita Saraf channelized her passion for art by giving those with talent a commercial platform – that of her family-owned hotels.
American business graduate Rebekkah Kumar was so enamoured of India that she launched a line of jewellery that celebrates Indian culture and tradition.
To get what you want, you must first figure out what it is that you REALLY want. Then, let the universe guide you there, says Kay Newton.
In a new column, ‘Unsanskari Stree’ shares her post-divorce experiences of dating older Indian men. Ahem.
Artist Ekta Jain uses the canvas to understand the layers of human emotions and to step beyond her own boundaries.
With her startup Sutrakaar, textile designer Neerja Palisetty has found a way to live her dream, promote sustainable lifestyles and encourage recycling.