Film producer Shaana Levy-Bahl is on the cover, and inside are loads of AMAZING women who’re changing the world in their own way, including global philanthropist Meera Gandhi, award-winning architect Pratima Joshi and celebrity stylist Aesha Merchant. Plus a special feature on photographers ‘with a bit on the side’. Read now!
Veena Nagpal chose an unlikely topic for her latest novel – nuclear destruction and a water crisis.
All of 26 years old, Tanvi Johri has not just launched India’s first 100% biodegradable sanitary napkin, she is also out to change social perceptions surrounding menstrual goods.
With their jewellery label Outhouse, sisters Kaabia and Sasha Grewal are carving out an unexpected niche for themselves.
The author of ‘Letters to my Ex’ on love and romance in the new-age.
One in 2,000 babies is born intersex. But parents needn’t despair; modern science, and an experienced professional, can offer solutions.
Former lawyer Krishna Tamalia Vora launched Mom’s Therapy, a herbal hair oil and skincare brand based on her mother’s home remedy – and she also has a pretty interesting love story!
Photographer and standup comedienne Punya Arora is part of a four-part series ‘Behind Her Lens’, where we look at photographers whose creativity spills out in different directions.
Philanthropist Meera Gandhi hangs out with the who’s who of world politics and culture and yet what drives her is not personal ambition but the idea of ‘giving back’.
Rani lost not one but two husbands before she reached her mid-thirties. But this is not a sob story.
Photojournalist Tejal Pandey is the third in a four-part series ‘Behind Her Lens’, where we look at photographers whose creativity spills out in different directions.
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Celebrity stylist and entrepreneur Aesha Merchant has rebelled against social expectations of ‘good girls’ and won over detractors by being herself.
Naina Redhu, lifestyle blogger-cum-photographer, is the second in a four-part series ‘Behind Her Lens’, where we look at photographers whose creativity spills out in different directions.
For architect Pratima Joshi, ensuring that the urban poor live with dignity and take care of their personal hygiene has been both a personal and a professional mission.
In a four-part series ‘Behind Her Lens’, we look at photographers whose creativity spills out in different directions. Our first photographer Shreya Sen also works towards women’s empowerment.
Priyamvada Singh left a cushy life in Mumbai to restore her family’s 148-year-old fort in Rajasthan. She ended up giving the village of Meja a new look, and the rural community a new outlook
Producer of award-winning film ‘Ladies First’, Shaana Levy-Bahl used her global experiences and even the hard knocks of life to chart a new language of storytelling.
Though hailing from an Indonesian village where girls weren’t expected to study, Andi Yudha’s mother pushed her to travel abroad and study medicine. Independence isn’t easy, though, says the 20-year-old.
Running one of India’s oldest publishing houses with new verticals in luxury and real estate, Monica Malhotra Kandhari is on top of her game.
Anam Patel’s pioneering concept of designer body harnesses aims to instill confidence in Indian women.
Turn your inner bully into your own inner best friend. Kay Newton tells you how.
Aya was headed towards a typical corporate life in Japan, when a chance encounter led her to the path of yoga, and took her around the world till she found her calling.
We at eShe love natural skincare products and ancient Indian healing therapies. Here are our picks of the month.
TV anchor Sahar Zaman has a surprising creative side to her personality – as a product designer.
After 25 years of restoring heritage and designing the interiors for luxury properties, Ritu Khandelwal is more in love than ever with the idea of India.
Ishrat Sahgal makes luxurious carpets out of sari scrap, giving upcycling a new meaning, says Anupam Dabral.
Seeking stories of survival for a writing project, student Ranak Mann uncovered the sorrowful secret his friend has been holding on to for years.
Nothing de-glamorises you like #momlife. So here are some quick and easy tips you need to know if you have a little one taking up most of your waking hours. Who said looking good takes a lot of time, asks Hansa Makhijani Jain.
Home Fire by Kamila Shamsie, Peach by Emma Glass, and an old book that MUST make it to your reading list this month.