American author and Yale law professor Amy Chua is on the cover, and inside you have a WHOLE lot of options for eco-friendly shopping, from fashion, beauty, home and even menstruation products. There are also some kickass earth-conscious fashion designers. Start reading!
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.
A reader asks our in-house clinical psychologist Smriti Sawhney Joshi how to resolve her past with her
alcoholic and abusive father.
Jojo Moyes’ new novel ‘Still Me’, ‘The Only Story’ by Julian Barnes and ‘Eleven Ways to Love’ should be on your must-read list this month.
Despite a reverse global trend, a new study has found more Indian women with cancer than men. We dig around to understand why.
Former lawyer and Kathak maestro Shivani Varma weaves history, politics and technical innovation in her performances.
There is nothing to fear in change, it is part of life. Try the ‘rocking chair test’ to see if you have lived your life to the fullest, without regrets, says Kay Newton.
These four lifestyle brands make your shopping guilt-free: TARAgram, Chhoti Si Asha, Last Forest and Champa Aur Chinti.
Headed to a WiFi-free zone and want to take eShe with you? Here’s where you can download it to your device!
Loss and grief transformed diffident homemaker Saumyashree Nayak to a confident professional and brave single mother.
Rhea Singhal’s brand Ecoware supplies 100% biodegradable disposable crockery to food chains, supermarkets and schools across India.
Thousands of Indian schoolchildren owe their happy childhoods to Tristha Ramamurthy, who has redefined the education space in India.
Mahima Gujral’s new label Sui by Sue Mue brings together her love for travel, thoughtful production and slow fashion.
Why must your sanitary napkin leave a plastic burden on the earth? Opt for these biodegradable and reusable versions instead.
She sparked off a global debate on race and parenting, sold millions of copies and made ‘tiger mom’ a household term. And now Yale law professor Amy Chua is out with her new theory on political tribes.
Shubhika Davda’s edgy fashion label Papa Don’t Preach defines its muse as “a ribbon around a bomb” and is meant for a “perfectly flawed girl”.
A fateful fire led Laxmana Dalmia, daughter of a poetess and India’s pioneering industrialist, to switch careers and venture into spirituality.
Namrata Purohit is a prodigy in the world of Pilates, and, at 24, has just launched her eighth workout studio in India.
Melbourne-based lawyer Molina Asthana helps immigrant women build confidence and adapt to their new land through sport.
Nutritionist Deepa Rupani started training for half-marathons in her late 30s, and rediscovered her true calling – and herself.
A moving film she watched with her grandma and a humiliating moment in school led Kay Newton to her life’s true purpose.
Reena Nanda’s new book ‘From Quetta to Delhi’ traces the path of her family as they migrated to an uncertain future, and is as much about the pain of India’s Partition as about Punjabi customs and lore that survive even today in parts of both countries.