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Read the January 2020 Issue of eShe Magazine

Film school pioneer Meghna Ghai Puri is on our January 2020 cover, and inside are three artists blazing new trails! Plus plenty of travel, food and books to keep you hooked. Start reading!

The latest issue of eShe is here! You can now read it online or download it to your device!

Read eShe January 2020 online here.

Download eShe January 2020 into your device (8 MB).

Buy a print copy here.

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Editor’s Note

The beginning of a new year is always a time of celebration and hope. This is an issue of gastronomical flavour as we take you on a culinary tour of India – with breakfast in Kerala (p.46) and lunch with the ladies at Bengaluru Oota Company (p.40) – and a slice of Vancouver’s food scene (p.34).

But winter is also a time to reflect and take stock. Our UK contributor Kay Newton offers 10 very practical ways to make 2020 special (p.26) without making the usual resolutions – and I’ve already starting implementing them! Our Gurugram contributor Manvi Pant delves into the connection between creativity and mental health (p.56), and as India is wracked with protests against a controversial new law, I seek a spiritual solution in the Bhagavad Gita (p.65).

As always, we have inspiring women whose work deserves recognition – from our cover personality, president of Whistling Woods International, Meghna Ghai Puri (p.20) to artists Adittee Rao, Rohini Devasher and Sahaya Sharma (p.06), who are all blazing new trails. We also put the spotlight on women authors this month, so there’s enough to keep you reading.

Here’s wishing you all a joyful, flavourful, motivational and powerful 2020!

2 comments on “Read the January 2020 Issue of eShe Magazine

  1. Avani Panchal

    Hi Aekta, Happy New Year!
    wonderful issue, as always! I truly look forward to reading it each month 🙂 each story, including your editor’s note is so full of hope and possibilities.

    Just a note – I see that I’m unable to download issues from July 2019 and older. Is this something that you can provide now? Or can be fixed — (issuu.com doesn’t let me download either). I’m trying to reduce time spent on internet this year and since i’m not done reading all the articles in the previous magazines, having a downloadable version will greatly help!

    Much love and wishes for 2020 ❤
    Avani

    • Happy New Year, Avani! Yes we started this feature only after we turned two in July 2019. Turning on the feature in older issues will be a time-consuming process but we’ll definitely keep it on the agenda over the new few weeks now that you’ve mentioned it! God bless, and have a great year ahead!

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