eShe is an independent women’s magazine and blog based in New Delhi that amplifies women’s voices and stories about our shared humanity.
eShe is a monthly magazine that’s available to download or read online on eShe.in, Issuu and Magzter. With ideas, inspiration and an intimate look at the world through ‘the female gaze’, eShe has touched the lives of millions of women and men worldwide since its launch in July 2017.
eShe hosted its first Indo-Pak Peace Summit Led by Women over two days in January 2021, bringing together over 40 eminent women from around the world to discuss solutions for peace in South Asia.
The magazine has been media partner for The Economic Times SDGs Summit 2020, Grant Thornton SABERA 2020 Awards, and Women Economic Forum 2017. It has been ranked 22 among the top women’s magazines in the world by content aggregator Feedspot.
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eShe is committed to the idea of being the change we wish to see in the world. When we invest in each individual’s personal growth and self-transformation, we generate positive, creative energy that has the power to transform the world.
That’s why the magazine has launched its trademarked series of personal-growth workshops for women and teenagers called Shine Your Light®. These are travelling across India and are held in groups of 30 to 40 participants. Join the Facebook group here.
Aekta Kapoor is the founder and editor of eShe magazine and the author of the spiritual memoir 100 Paths. She is a Delhi-based lifestyle journalist, editorial consultant and motivational speaker. Her articles regularly appear in some of India’s top publications.
After a long career as editor of prestigious publications and websites in the fashion, luxury and lifestyle space, Aekta now focuses on gender equality, youth empowerment, social justice and personal development through her writing and mentorship. She was mentor for The Do School’s Industry Disruptor 2020 by WeEmpowerAsia, UN Women, in India and Europe, and for the NITI Aayog-UN Investor Consortium for Women Entrepreneurs 2020.
Kaveri Jain is the quintessential business brain and has powered several startups thanks to her keen affinity with food and finance. A graduate of English literature from Hindu College, Delhi University, and a PR and advertising professional, she is a stakeholder in various Delhi and Rajasthan-based food and beverage companies.
Best of all, she is an artist in the kitchen. Follow her blog and bakery OnUrTable on Instagram for visual treats and do place an order for her heavenly brownies.
If you have a woman-led brand, write to firstname.lastname@example.org for collaborations and advertising in eShe.
Manasvi Jerath handles eShe’s social media and outreach initiatives. With a penchant for poetry, colours and music, she has just completed her post-graduate study in visual arts in British Columbia, Canada.
On most days, she is to be spotted sprawled across a large table laden with charcoal, gold dust, paint and newspaper clippings (see her art here). The rest of the time, she curates the most badass playlists on Spotify and counsels her BFFs on life’s greatest dilemmas.
Write to her at email@example.com and be prepared for a dose of sweet, smiley-filled friendliness!
Kay Newton is an award-winning international speaker, author and life coach who helps women find their mojo. As the founder of Midlife Strategies, she has guided thousands of clients over the past 15 years with her straight-talking, no-nonsense, practical holistic help to simplify the second stage of life. She has contributed to eShe since its very first issue in July 2017.
In 2015, after a 30-year luxury Spanish lifestyle, Kay and her husband decided to have ‘no nest’. The couple moved to a two-roomed, tin-roof house near a pristine beach in Zanzibar, Tanzania. Today, Kay lives a simple life next to the sea in Mallorca, Spain.
Kay’s books include: The Art of Midlife Stress Busting; How to Clean Your Home Organically; and Tips and Tricks For Stress Free Downsizing. She is also co-author of the six Kindle books in the Quick Fix For series, and a contributing author to Hot Women Rock and A Journey of Riches.
You can find Kay on www.KayNewton.com.
Educated primarily in Tamil Nadu, India, Maya Lalchandani headed her family magazine The Sindhian for 14 years, and has been a regular contributor to eShe since 2017.
Her first business book Paiso: How Sindhis do Business (Penguin) is about the extraordinary stories of five Sindhi families and the empires they built over many generations. By meeting these families in person and chronicling the journeys of their incredibly successful companies, Maya’s book is an insightful study of the Sindhi way of doing business.
Maya today blogs and travels extensively as a travel writer and continues to be a journalist writing about lifestyles and business. She is currently writing her second book.
Manvi Pant is passionate about narrative storytelling and uses it as an engine to tell the ‘why’ behind every human. Her love for writing stems from a conviction that words have magic. When used properly, they ignite young minds, nurture hearts, and connect people in ways one cannot imagine.
Before transitioning into a full-time writer, Manvi had worked with top management and tech consulting firms for eight years. A learner by heart, she has contributed to eShe since August 2019 writing profiles of women and exploring subjects of psychology and self-growth. She now hosts the eShe TV series Mind Matters.
With over a decade of experience in the print, electronic and online media as well as in the global editorial and client communications teams at a multinational company, Neha Kirpal is currently a freelance writer and editor based in New Delhi. She has been contributing to eShe since 2018.
Neha writes mostly on books, travel, music, films and theatre. She is the author of Wanderlust for the Soul, an ebook collection of short stories based on travel in different parts of the world as well as Bombay Memory Box, a coming-of-age short story based in Bombay.
You can read all her works here.
Shweta Khanna Bhandral started her career 20 years ago as a business reporter for print and online media, and then joined the TV news industry. As a television producer, she conceptualised and produced over two dozen feature shows and several live series ranging from election coverage and union budget, to travel and technology.
Shweta is a Google-certified news verification trainer creating awareness about misinformation and fake news. She is also a mass communication educator, training young minds to be journalists. Her venture The Future Skills Company works for skill development in teenagers and young employees, and serves as a communication consultant to NGOs.
As a poet and blogger, Shweta writes on Ruh-e-Zindagi, and runs her own podcast on relationships and a YouTube channel as a storyteller. She profiles interesting women and writes insightful reports on eShe.