She lost her arms in a bomb blast but cover girl and youth icon Malvika Iyer’s ability, courage and positive attitude made up for it. Be inspired by her life and that of many other women from around the world in the October 2017 issue of eShe. Click to read for free!
Belgaum’s creativity crusader Rashmi Kulkarni set out to encourage a passion for art and science in her city’s kids after marriage and motherhood forced her to change profession.
Marriage and motherhood forced former banker Bhavini Mehta to consider a whole new career – and there has been no looking back.
At the age of 12, Gunit Cour’s picture was morphed on a fake Facebook account, leaving her open to trolls and trauma. But the young girl steeled herself to get back on social media, and it paid off.
Do away with dark circles and bags under your eyes with these home remedies, says Argha Kashyap.
Emotionally bruised after a long marriage, difficult divorce and a decade of self-healing, Madlén Hjelmroth decided to travel across the world by herself.
Senior software analyst and mother of two Abhrekha Jain offers lessons to working mothers from her own experiences in life and at work.
A homemaker in Meerut asks our in-house clinical psychologist Smriti Sawhney Joshi how to deal with her depression and sense of claustrophobia.
Being the shortest in school meant that 17-year-old Ananya Jain was often the butt of bad jokes. But where she lacked in height, she covered up with confidence.
She dreams in Urdu, sings in Spanish, and weaves romance with her shayari. Linguist, professor and poet Minu Bakshi is a woman of many talents.
A hilarious new memoir by Lalita Iyer, The Whole Shebang: Sticky Bits of Being a Woman, includes a chapter on women’s underwear woes. Here’s an excerpt.
The woman behind the unique e-store Natty.in, Natisha Saraogi brought together her love for functional art with her mission to give a greater platform to those creating it.
Her penchant for community building led Lakshmi Pratury to establish INK Talks, but her personal story is just as powerful as her vision for India.
A spate of new viral videos showing parents abusing and beating their children has revealed the ugly truth of Indian parenting and will have long-reaching consequences, says Dr Ruby Charak.
Camino de Santiago is a rite of passage for over 250,000 pilgrims worldwide who converge on Spain each year. This is Kay Newton’s journey.
The ‘divapreneurs’ of Delhi pin code ’57 came together to celebrate pre-Diwali shopping at ‘Divas Market 57’ in Vasant Vihar. Check out photos of the event here.
This is what October will be like, says tarot reader and educationist Alka Mahajan.
Full-time professor, fashion blogger, and social-media enthusiast, Falguni Vasavada-Oza is India’s poster-woman for body positivity and the power of fashion, says Shillpi A Singh.
This month, Malvika Iyer will co-chair the World Economic Forum’s India Economic Summit 2017 in New Delhi, along with the likes of Union ministers Piyush Goyal and Smriti Irani, filmmaker Karan Johar and telecom hotshot Sunil Bharti Mittal.
With award-winning motivational speaker and bomb-blast survivor Malvika Iyer on the cover, the October 2017 issue of eShe magazine promises you plenty of inspiring stories of women around the world. Download it into your device and read it at your own pace!
eShe is the proud media partner for Divas Market 57, to be held at Vasant Continental Hotel, New Delhi, on October 5th. The shopping festival is an innovative concept by the enterprising women of Delhi pincode 57.
Odissi danseuse and Padma Shri awardee Aruna Mohanty makes a feminist statement with her dance and choreography, says Anita Panda Mishra.
Not only does Shweta and Prachi’s online label address a gap in the market for urban working women, it also offers a hand to the rural underprivileged.
Tourists often leave a big carbon footprint on holidays. Give yourself and the planet a breather next time with simple mindful habits, says Ritu Goyal Harish.
Sometimes life closes one door because it wants you to notice the open window. After losing her sight, software techie Jasdeep Kaur learnt to see her truth more clearly.
What life hands to you is not as important as what you choose to give back to life, says motivational speaker Brittany Garth.
The rain and food bring together all the senses. Indulge your taste buds with these delectable monsoon recipes by Kaveri Jain.
The founder of India’s largest facility management company TGH, Ritu Grover has learnt how to stay on top of the game – with brutal focus and dedication.
Do your own pedicure at home without losing much time and money, says Argha Kashyap.
Versatile, trendy and yet timeless, the label Zariin by sisters Mamta and Vidhi Gupta has been high on the radar for most jewellery aficionados. Seven Delhi fashionistas show us how they wear their favourite pieces.