For Beeya Vohra, riding and rehabilitating horses and teaching children to love them is more than just a profession or passion – it’s her life.
From running a successful book-delivery service to writing about India’s wealthiest Sindhi families, there has never been a dull moment for Maya Bathija.
When her 50-something mother started a sari brand in Kolkata, Shalini Agarwal decided to help her promote her saris in Jaipur by holding exhibitions. Gradually, she became an event organiser to reckon with.
For author and columnist Kiran Manral, writing has been a process of self-discovery, and, like her books, she is peeling away layers of social conditioning as she goes along.
The venues – mostly run by women – were hand-picked in acknowledgement of the selfless role they have played in their communities. Women authors, too, stepped up to do their bit.
A homemaker from Delhi asks our in-house clinical psychologist Smriti Sawhney Joshi how to convince her husband she wants her own career.
Breastfeeding your baby is a natural process but it’s not always effortless. There are plenty of surprises in store for first-time mothers, says Hansa Makhijani Jain.
Sana Sood journeyed from a corporate life in Washington DC to a startup in Delhi, with a secret wedding in Hawaii along the way.
This is what 2018 has in store for your star sign, says tarot reader Alka Mahajan.
Our catty columnist Unsanskari Stree has given up on New Year Resolutions. Instead, she suggests a list of lifelong resolutions for single women. Trigger warning: love, sex and real-life truths ahead!
Curled up in a winter lodge without WiFi and want to read eShe’s New Year 2018 issue in bed? Just download it into your phone or tablet, and scroll through at your own pace!
New Year Resolutions often lead us into a trap. How about a new way to begin New Year, asks Kay Newton.
For Indo-French perfumer Jahnvi Nandan, fragrance is a touchstone for memory and self-discovery, says Juhi Baveja.
Someone I have been politely pulling the disappearing act on, told me, when I finally picked up his phone, that I am more of a man than him. This open letter’s for you, mister.
What does age have to do with a productive life, anyway?
Dubai is a luxury wonderland for the world’s rich to lounge and unwind, and a stay at Anantara The Palm Dubai is an epicurean fantasy.
Twins Sheetal and Shilpa Chadha have an identical style sensibility, and it’s easier for them to wear the same thing rather than argue over it!
It takes back-breaking hard work to be the best, says Gitikka Ganju Dhar, who has had a stellar career of over 20 years as a professional anchor and moderator.
Instead of the festive season being a happy time for Kay Newton, it was a stressful nightmare as she tried to make everyone happy. So now she follows a new method: KISSED.
Guests have announced they are dropping in, you have an hour to get things together. What will you dish up? Try this wholesome meal!
Ashtar Tashi was drawn to meditation and mysticism after a long career in fashion, and believes joy is the only true path.
Renu Chouhan, the girl behind the popular fashion e-venture Kuch Creative, has turned her limitations into her strengths, and her needs into fuel to work harder.
The founder of the well-known Fem Care range of personal care products, which was taken over by Dabur, Sunita Ramnathkar is now back in the beauty business with her new brand Mitchell USA.
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Acclaimed chef, restaurateur, author, TV personality and painter, Zarmig Haladjian is a woman of many accomplishments.
From banker to model and stylist, Bandana Sondhi’s career has taken unexpected turns, but she’s come to believe anything is possible.
Why look anywhere else when Indian beauty shelves these days have the best of natural and organic beauty ware?
She sang all her way through school, and when she turned 18, the first thing she did was apply to India’s only music reality TV show for Western vocals. This is Soumya Sofat’s experience.
One of the few women authors from India to write erotic novels, Shradha Singh holds pragmatic opinions about extramarital sex, and says monogamy does not exist.