The #MeToo movement in India has shifted the blame and shame from victims to the sexual predators, and it’s about time. Here are five things we all – men, women, organizations and societies – can learn from this social-media outpouring.
Designer Payal Khandwala’s collection ‘New Order’ was inspired by her study of a matrilineal African tribe is a continued ode to her old muse: the intelligent, non-conformist woman.
Sarah Kashyap is the only woman counted among the top 10 rallyists from India, and it’s been a tough, adrenaline-spiked ride.
Ruby Lal’s new book ‘Empress: The Astonishing Reign of Nur Jahan’ is a much-needed study of one of the most legendary female icons in Indian history.
Why do South Korean beauty products inspire so many millennial beauty junkies in India? We head to India’s first K-BeautyCon to find out.
The jewellery Eina Ahluwalia designs not only defies fashion trends, it also encourages its wearers to be fierce and fearless.
It’s that time of the year when we celebrate fashion – the beautiful and the fearless! Meet conceptual jewellery designer Eina Ahluwalia, and artist-designer Payal Khandwala. Plus of course profiles of amazing women, relationships, spirituality, healthy recipes, authors and books! Start reading!
Aashima Dogra and Nandita Jayaraj are putting the spotlight on women working in various fields of science across India.
More women are letting their hair go grey naturally and why not? It’s a healthier, happier, hassle-free and trendier way of life.
Director and screenwriter of award-winning Malayalam films, Anjali Menon – the conjurer of surprising plots and nuanced characters – is introducing global filmmaking values to regional cinema.
The southern Indian state of Kerala is under our spotlight this month, as pioneering Malayalam filmmaker Anjali Menon shares why we need more sensitivity in cinema, and a family shares their traumatic experience of surviving the Kerala floods. Plus a debate on ‘menstrual leave’ for working women, a report on the ‘tiger widows’ of the Sundarbans, fashion, travel, recipes and more! Start reading now.
Asha Rajkumari had to go through an excruciating experience any mother would shudder to imagine – but her darkest nights also taught her about life’s deepest truths and the sanctity of surrender.
Padma Shri awardee Devayani’s life is a story of grit, ambition and unflinching devotion to her art.
With her social enterprise m.Paani, Akanksha Hazari is using the mobile revolution to power the aspirations of the next billion Indians.
With Akanksha Hazari, founder of m.Paani, on the cover, this issue is all about technology for life. Meet women who have used mobile connectivity and social media to make the most of their talents. Plus fashion, food, travel and more! Start reading.
With her maverick venture Geeli Mitti, Shagun Singh is teaching the world about the down-and-dirty delight of sustainable development.
Jeroo Billimoria has affected millions of lives with her organizations that protect vulnerable children, and lift the youth out of poverty.
We have turned one! Our anniversary issue features award-winning actor-director Nandita Das on the cover, and inside you’ll find 10 pathfinders who are out to change mindsets. This is an UNMISSABLE issue so start reading NOW!
A chance encounter led investment consultant Namrata Durgan’s to a new direction in her career: to help Indian women make their money grow.
When she isn’t playing the role of a Bollywood film star, Niharica Kumari Raizada is the head of department of a heart institute in a major Mumbai hospital.
Global boxing champion Nikhat Zareen’s small-town roots fire her world-conquering ambitions.
With her work at the XPRIZE Foundation, Zenia Tata is enabling and accelerating new technologies to solve humanity’s grandest challenges.
Innovation enabler Zenia Tata is on the cover, and inside you will find stories of women driving entrepreneurship and overcoming obstacles. Happy reading!
Standup comic Neeti Palta takes a break from making Indians laugh and gives us a peek into her home, life, history – and refrigerator.
She was born a boy. Accepting and revealing her true gender identity had both personal and professional repercussions for this 23-year-old from Delhi.
Social activist Madhavi Kuckreja is not only empowering underprivileged Indian women, she’s also walking her talk in her personal life.
Sonal Sachdev Patel and Jemma Wayne-Kattan came together to write a children’s book based on the teachings of the Bhagavad Gita.
Iranian-American educationist Shahla Ettefagh moved from California to Rishikesh to set up a pathbreaking school for the hill town’s poorest children – and has moved the heavens and earth in the process.
Actor Saloni Chopra’s provocative social-media posts and videos are her way of igniting debate on gender violence, stereotypes and sexuality.
Firebrand actor Saloni Chopra is on the cover, and inside this power-packed issue you’ll find incredible agents of change – women who are making a difference, one community, one country at a time.