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.
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.
A homemaker from Delhi asks our in-house clinical psychologist Smriti Sawhney Joshi how to convince her husband she wants her own career.
Giving up a corporate life in the Netherlands, Priyanka Raina returned to India to raise a baby with ace cricketer Suresh Raina, and to give back to society in every way she could.
Sheetal Kapoor spent two decades of her life being the quintessential housewife, until she joined her husband’s garment business and turned it into an e-commerce success story.
New Year Resolutions often lead us into a trap. How about a new way to begin New Year, asks Kay Newton.
With her confident public persona and her company’s impressive performance, Devita Saraf, the CEO of Vu Televisions, is a fast-rising icon of women’s empowerment.
For Indo-French perfumer Jahnvi Nandan, fragrance is a touchstone for memory and self-discovery, says Juhi Baveja.
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.
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.
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.
One of India’s most successful standup comedians, Aditi Mittal uses laughter as a tool to further a deeper agenda – an equal world.
Perfectionist at heart, Vayjayanti Pugalia used to get very upset to see lack of etiquette and discipline amongst the people around her. So she set about fixing it!
A lover of all things Indian and a fearless risk-taker, Monisha Gupta’s mega-store Craft House is the last stop and lasting impression that visitors take with them of India.
Young, focused and ambitious, Nmami Agarwal wants to make sure everyone eats a nutritious diet – and celebrities are listening.
Namita Saraf channelized her passion for art by giving those with talent a commercial platform – that of her family-owned hotels.
American business graduate Rebekkah Kumar was so enamoured of India that she launched a line of jewellery that celebrates Indian culture and tradition.
Artist Ekta Jain uses the canvas to understand the layers of human emotions and to step beyond her own boundaries.
“Work on your body because you love it, not because you hate it,” says Shweta Rai Bajaj who quit her job and became a certified personal trainer after a personal quest drove her to seek advanced fitness training.
India’s only badminton player to win an Olympic silver and the winner of two international tournaments this year, PV Sindhu is blazing a new trail of inspiration for Indian sports, and she’s only just begun, says Shraddha Jahagirdar-Saxena.
Belgaum’s creativity crusader Rashmi Kulkarni set out to encourage a passion for art and science in her city’s kids after marriage and motherhood forced her to change profession.
Marriage and motherhood forced former banker Bhavini Mehta to consider a whole new career – and there has been no looking back.
Senior software analyst and mother of two Abhrekha Jain offers lessons to working mothers from her own experiences in life and at work.
She dreams in Urdu, sings in Spanish, and weaves romance with her shayari. Linguist, professor and poet Minu Bakshi is a woman of many talents.
The woman behind the unique e-store Natty.in, Natisha Saraogi brought together her love for functional art with her mission to give a greater platform to those creating it.
Her penchant for community building led Lakshmi Pratury to establish INK Talks, but her personal story is just as powerful as her vision for India.
Odissi danseuse and Padma Shri awardee Aruna Mohanty makes a feminist statement with her dance and choreography, says Anita Panda Mishra.
The founder of India’s largest facility management company TGH, Ritu Grover has learnt how to stay on top of the game – with brutal focus and dedication.