India’s first qualified woman whisky ambassador Tanvi Rustagi is out to break a few stereotypes about the drink that is labelled ‘liquid gold’.
Former lawyer and Kathak maestro Shivani Varma weaves history, politics and technical innovation in her performances.
Rhea Singhal’s brand Ecoware supplies 100% biodegradable disposable crockery to food chains, supermarkets and schools across India.
Thousands of Indian schoolchildren owe their happy childhoods to Tristha Ramamurthy, who has redefined the education space in India.
Namrata Purohit is a prodigy in the world of Pilates, and, at 24, has just launched her eighth workout studio in India.
Melbourne-based lawyer Molina Asthana helps immigrant women build confidence and adapt to their new land through sport.
Veena Nagpal chose an unlikely topic for her latest novel – nuclear destruction and a water crisis.
All of 26 years old, Tanvi Johri has not just launched India’s first 100% biodegradable sanitary napkin, she is also out to change social perceptions surrounding menstrual goods.
The author of ‘Letters to my Ex’ on love and romance in the new-age.
Former lawyer Krishna Tamalia Vora launched Mom’s Therapy, a herbal hair oil and skincare brand based on her mother’s home remedy – and she also has a pretty interesting love story!
Photographer and standup comedienne Punya Arora is part of a four-part series ‘Behind Her Lens’, where we look at photographers whose creativity spills out in different directions.
Philanthropist Meera Gandhi hangs out with the who’s who of world politics and culture and yet what drives her is not personal ambition but the idea of ‘giving back’.
Photojournalist Tejal Pandey is the third in a four-part series ‘Behind Her Lens’, where we look at photographers whose creativity spills out in different directions.
Celebrity stylist and entrepreneur Aesha Merchant has rebelled against social expectations of ‘good girls’ and won over detractors by being herself.
Naina Redhu, lifestyle blogger-cum-photographer, is the second in a four-part series ‘Behind Her Lens’, where we look at photographers whose creativity spills out in different directions.
For architect Pratima Joshi, ensuring that the urban poor live with dignity and take care of their personal hygiene has been both a personal and a professional mission.
In a four-part series ‘Behind Her Lens’, we look at photographers whose creativity spills out in different directions. Our first photographer Shreya Sen also works towards women’s empowerment.
Producer of award-winning film ‘Ladies First’, Shaana Levy-Bahl used her global experiences and even the hard knocks of life to chart a new language of storytelling.
Running one of India’s oldest publishing houses with new verticals in luxury and real estate, Monica Malhotra Kandhari is on top of her game.
TV anchor Sahar Zaman has a surprising creative side to her personality – as a product designer.
After 25 years of restoring heritage and designing the interiors for luxury properties, Ritu Khandelwal is more in love than ever with the idea of India.
Ishrat Sahgal makes luxurious carpets out of sari scrap, giving upcycling a new meaning, says Anupam Dabral.
In the process of perfecting people’s smiles, Dr Ekta Chadha has picked up quite a few lessons on ambition and self-love.
Political author, academic and artist Kota Neelima set out to express the woman’s voice in her books – from media and politics to farmer suicides – and found it harder than expected.
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.