eShe is an independent women’s magazine and blog published out of New Delhi, India. It’s all about ideas, inspiration and an intimate look at the world through ‘the female gaze’.
eShe is also 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 we have launched our 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.Follow @esheworld
Aekta Kapoor is the editor and publisher of eShe magazine. She is a Delhi-based lifestyle journalist, editorial consultant and motivational speaker. She also runs Coralesque, a blog about the finer things in life.
She has travelled extensively around the world, and her pieces on luxury, lifestyle, fashion and women’s issues appear in newspapers and magazines such as The Economic Times, Open, Mint Lounge and Blackbook, besides websites such as News18.com, CNBCTV18.com, TheNewsMinute.com and Newslaundry.com. She is the author of the spiritual memoir 100 Paths.
Aekta was the launch editor of Fashion101.in (Dainik Bhaskar), India’s only multi-lingual fashion website. She is the former editor of Wedding Vows, a monthly wedding magazine; Atelier, a luxury lifestyle monthly magazine; and Diva, a monthly magazine for working Indian women.
She has also been part of the launch teams of fashion magazines Marie Claire India (Outlook Group) as associate editor, and Harper’s Bazaar Bride (India Today Group) as managing editor.
You can see her complete professional profile on her LindedIn page.
Contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org and tell her a lovely story about yourself.Follow @AektaKapoor
An author, an editor, a publisher and a media consultant, Kul Bhushan has worked as the Business Editor for two leading newspapers in Kenya for 22 years. He also represented the International Press Institute and worked for AIR, PTI and UNI and was honoured with the Journalist of the Year Award by the Kenyan President Moi.
He was Editor and the Media Consultant to the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO) in Vienna, and later, for the UNIDO Regional Office in New Delhi where he lives now. He has written 31 books. In 2005 and 2006, Pearson published two bestsellers on VAT written by him.
Always attracted to spirituality, he is an Osho disciple for over 40 years. He has travelled to over 51 countries and practices calligraphy. (He was born on Women’s Day and was destined to mentor a women’s magazine, we say.)Follow @kul_habari
Kaveri Jain is the quintessential business brain and has powered several startups thanks to her keen affinity with 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 companies.
But what is of most interest to us is that she is an artist in the kitchen. Follow her on Instagram for visual treats — if you’re lucky, she may just invite you over for a sumptuous Italian spread or to sample her heavenly brownies.
If you have a:
- Woman-led brand
- Sustainable fashion / beauty / lifestyle label
- Indian startup that caters to women
Write to email@example.com for collaborations and advertising in eShe.
MARKETING AND RESEARCH
Nyamat Bindra comes with over 10 years of work experience in the development sector mostly to do with gender rights and women’s health. Her skills range from project implementation, advocacy, preparing training modules, research, writing and monitoring and evaluation in public-health projects.
She has authored a paper on acid-attack survivors in India, and two papers on women’s health and organ donation. Nyamat has worked across Asia on various health projects. She led the research for the comic book Spreading the Wings on menstrual health and hygiene (2018).
If she isn’t rushing about with a million projects and NGOs to lend a hand to, or else meeting up with women doing pretty fascinating things, she is mostly available at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We first met Namrata B Durgan while interviewing her for an article. A financial consultant based in Delhi who gives advice to women of all social strata on how to invest in mutual funds, this down-to-earth, lovable woman has now become our muse.
Besides sound financial advice and pragmatic business tips, she also shares her deep reservoir of motivational quotes with us every day. Every magazine needs a good-luck charm.
Contact her at email@example.com