Social media is a boon for today’s poets, the ones who use words to paint pictures, and pictures to embellish words. In the first of our two-part series, meet Megha Rao and Reet / Roohanii.
Did you know you can use oats in delicious desserts? Try these 5 recipes.
How does a media mogul start her day? Benjamin Spall and Michael Xander speak to Arianna Huffington, founder of The Huffington Post and Thrive Global, about her mornings.
When Kay and her husband first bought a run-down farmhouse in Spain, their friends thought they were mad. But over the years, as they decorated, renovated and expanded it, the process became symbolic of their marriage.
There is an opening of the eyes and heart when you find your spiritual mentor. A Delhi grandmother shares her journey as a seeker, and how it all began.
She was a CA rank holder, set up her own chartered accountancy firm back in the day, and raised five children. They don’t make them like Rupa Debi any more, says her daughter Reeti Roy.
“Our traumatic experiences shape us the most,” says Shuchi Singh Kalra. The best-selling author shares her views on gender bias and social taboos.
Dealing with a mother’s loss is probably one of the most difficult and painful parts of growing older. This is part two of our three-part series ‘Her Blood in My Veins’ as three women trace their mothers’ lives, and see a mirror to their own truths.
Her first day of engineering college turned out to be the turning point for teenager Medha Saha – she lost a leg but earned the heart of a hero.
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.
UK-based American writer and columnist Christie Drozdowski uses her personal experiences as a woman and mother to inspire her work.
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.
Epicurean, chef and caterer Shreyaa Shah brings together good food with good health in her cuisine and workshops.
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.
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.
Actor Saloni Chopra’s provocative social-media posts and videos are her way of igniting debate on gender violence, stereotypes and sexuality.
Five refreshing alcoholic beverages made with seasonal fruits to keep you cool this month.
A reader asks our in-house clinical psychologist Smriti Sawhney Joshi how to resolve her past with her
alcoholic and abusive father.
Despite a reverse global trend, a new study has found more Indian women with cancer than men. We dig around to understand why.
There is nothing to fear in change, it is part of life. Try the ‘rocking chair test’ to see if you have lived your life to the fullest, without regrets, says Kay Newton.
These four lifestyle brands make your shopping guilt-free: TARAgram, Chhoti Si Asha, Last Forest and Champa Aur Chinti.
Loss and grief transformed diffident homemaker Saumyashree Nayak to a confident professional and brave single mother.
Why must your sanitary napkin leave a plastic burden on the earth? Opt for these biodegradable and reusable versions instead.
She sparked off a global debate on race and parenting, sold millions of copies and made ‘tiger mom’ a household term. And now Yale law professor Amy Chua is out with her new theory on political tribes.
A fateful fire led Laxmana Dalmia, daughter of a poetess and India’s pioneering industrialist, to switch careers and venture into spirituality.