German flight attendant Mariam Jouini was teary-eyed the first time she flew to India – and now she can’t get enough of the country and its gods.
In ‘Supernormal’, her groundbreaking new study of trauma and survival, Meg Jay tells the stories of people who overcome trauma in their childhoods to go on and live successful lives as adults.
Jasho’s story is that of an ordinary, primary-school educated woman from a nondescript village, who became the ‘Rock of Gibraltar’ for her ambitious, globe-trotting husband. Her daughter Anita Panda traces her mother’s journey.
Allow your children to find their own paths – like the practice of a martial art, it may just lead you to grow yourself, says Kay Newton.
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Multidisciplinary artist and author Aanchal Malhotra has been studying the personal histories of the refugees of the Partition through the belongings they carried with them.
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For someone who has shattered numerous stereotypes, there is no such thing as a glass ceiling for Reshmi Dey.
Are women authors being reviewed and showcased as often as men?
UK-based American writer and columnist Christie Drozdowski uses her personal experiences as a woman and mother to inspire her work.
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Melika, the Iranian girl in this viral picture shares why she stopped by the side of the road in Tehran one evening and took off her veil.
A near-fatal accident and the loss of her closest confidantes only reinforced Anuradha Jhunjhunwala’s fighting spirit and zest for life.
Global boxing champion Nikhat Zareen’s small-town roots fire her world-conquering ambitions.
Latvian professor Dr Sigma Ankrava has contributed in a major way in bringing together her birth country with India, academically and culturally.
Bright young researcher Reeti Roy was selected to be a legislative assistant to MP Shashi Tharoor. She recounts her experiences that led to the launch of her startup, Aglet Ink.
Epicurean, chef and caterer Shreyaa Shah brings together good food with good health in her cuisine and workshops.
A hillside hermitage, a guru who uses English slang, a workshop on a spiritual tool for divination – this is quite a getaway for Dr Urvashi Tandon.
American dancer, choreographer and model Dana Alexa has moved to India to judge a reality dance show, and can’t get enough of the country.
Designer, filmmaker and visual artist Charuvi Prakash Agrawal was hired for an unusual project – it went on to change her life.
Indian-American Shazia Imam went through what most women fear: She lost a baby and then her marriage collapsed. But her experiences only spurred her to help other women with their own transformative journeys.
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French artist Stephanie Arpels is inspired by the colours of India and the energy and femininity of Indian women.
Christine Akello Otieno’s NGO Toto Afrika uses rugby, music and education to protect vulnerable children in coastal Kenya from falling into crime and drug abuse, and to help them aspire to a brighter future.
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With the colours of rangoli and the glow of diyas, Manisha Mundhra Beriwala is trying to make a joyful difference in the American corporate calendar.
A young couple give up their well-set corporate careers in the US and move to India for a reason that’s a mystery even to them – at first.
We ask celebrated speaker, somatic therapist and rape rehabilitation counselor Vasu Primlani what leads men to rape and what we can do about it.
Mumbai-based PR professional Amrita Mendonza is looking for ‘lagom’, the Swedish word for ‘just the right amount’.
Nazia Erum’s hard-hitting new book is an eye-opener about what religious polarization in national politics is doing to innocent children in schools. An excerpt.