Firebrand actor Saloni Chopra is on the cover, and inside this power-packed issue you’ll find incredible agents of change – women who are making a difference, one community, one country at a time.
Bright young researcher Reeti Roy was selected to be a legislative assistant to MP Shashi Tharoor. She recounts her experiences that led to the launch of her startup, Aglet Ink.
Epicurean, chef and caterer Shreyaa Shah brings together good food with good health in her cuisine and workshops.
A hillside hermitage, a guru who uses English slang, a workshop on a spiritual tool for divination – this is quite a getaway for Dr Urvashi Tandon.
American dancer, choreographer and model Dana Alexa has moved to India to judge a reality dance show, and can’t get enough of the country.
Designer, filmmaker and visual artist Charuvi Prakash Agrawal was hired for an unusual project – it went on to change her life.
Indian-American Shazia Imam went through what most women fear: She lost a baby and then her marriage collapsed. But her experiences only spurred her to help other women with their own transformative journeys.
From fantasy to the darker side of reality, here are our top three book recommendations for this month.
French artist Stephanie Arpels is inspired by the colours of India and the energy and femininity of Indian women.
Christine Akello Otieno’s NGO Toto Afrika uses rugby, music and education to protect vulnerable children in coastal Kenya from falling into crime and drug abuse, and to help them aspire to a brighter future.
Standup comic Neeti Palta takes a break from making Indians laugh and gives us a peek into her home, life, history – and refrigerator.
The May issue of eShe is power-packed with inspirational stories and agents of change! Download it to your device and take it wherever you go!
She was born a boy. Accepting and revealing her true gender identity had both personal and professional repercussions for this 23-year-old from Delhi.
With the colours of rangoli and the glow of diyas, Manisha Mundhra Beriwala is trying to make a joyful difference in the American corporate calendar.
Social activist Madhavi Kuckreja is not only empowering underprivileged Indian women, she’s also walking her talk in her personal life.
A young couple give up their well-set corporate careers in the US and move to India for a reason that’s a mystery even to them – at first.
Sonal Sachdev Patel and Jemma Wayne-Kattan came together to write a children’s book based on the teachings of the Bhagavad Gita.
We ask celebrated speaker, somatic therapist and rape rehabilitation counselor Vasu Primlani what leads men to rape and what we can do about it.
Iranian-American educationist Shahla Ettefagh moved from California to Rishikesh to set up a pathbreaking school for the hill town’s poorest children – and has moved the heavens and earth in the process.
Actor Saloni Chopra’s provocative social-media posts and videos are her way of igniting debate on gender violence, stereotypes and sexuality.
Mumbai-based PR professional Amrita Mendonza is looking for ‘lagom’, the Swedish word for ‘just the right amount’.
Nazia Erum’s hard-hitting new book is an eye-opener about what religious polarization in national politics is doing to innocent children in schools. An excerpt.
Five refreshing alcoholic beverages made with seasonal fruits to keep you cool this month.
Sonya Vajifdar began creating conscious couture out of natural materials and upcycled waste after encountering Buddhism.
Masumi Mewawalla went from child actor to fashion designer, but one thing’s the same – her grand designs on life.
Sonal Garodia achieved her childhood dream of becoming a globe-trotting businesswoman powered by ambition and a desire to generate business for India.
India’s first qualified woman whisky ambassador Tanvi Rustagi is out to break a few stereotypes about the drink that is labelled ‘liquid gold’.
These six brands are moving against the tide of fast fashion by ensuring ethical production and environmental responsibility.
Sreemoyee Piu Kundu on the social stigma of single or divorced in India and why single women live in fear.
Shivani Suhag bagged awards from the very first year of her accessories brand Avocadoe’s launch but sustaining the momentum is where her craft lies.