We invite women in the creative fields to share their experiences at home during the COVID-19 worldwide lockdown.
Bestselling novelist Shobha Nihalani shares how she’s spending her time during the COVID-19 lockdown.
Filmmaker and writer Arti Jain confronts her biggest fear during the Covid-19 lockdown: frying pakodas in burning hot oil!
Bollywood playback singer Poorvi Koutish’s song Jwalamukhi released after a wait of two years. But live performances are now off-limits with the Covid-19 lockdown!
There have been really good days and really bad days, confesses entrepreneur Sonali Sudarshan.
For Chennai-based Richa Tilokani, social media during the lockdown has become a game of one-upmanship.
For grandmom Poonam Kirpal, the coronavirus lockdown turned into an excellent opportunity to train and homeschool her visiting two-year-old granddaughter.
The coronavirus lockdown led eShe editor Aekta Kapoor to confront the psychological demons from her past.
An ordinary visit to the vegetable vendor in the time of COVID-19 turns into a pandemic-sized battle with paranoia for writer and poet Anita Panda.
Graphic novelist, lyricist and playwright Vibha Batra is counting her dishes, blessings and minutes during the Covid-19 lockdown.
Erotic novelist and programming head of Ishq 104.8 FM Shradha Singh has found her life’s love in the humble potato during the lockdown.
The COVID-19 lockdown has taken PR professional Atika Gupta through a whole gamut of emotions, from denial to acceptance.
Locked in her home in Mallorca due to COVID-19, award-winning speaker and writer Kay Newton makes the most of the moment, and learns to appreciate the real gifts of life.
For Mumbai-based communication professional Shweta Bhandral, the lockdown has been an time to build bridges and mend relationships at home.
For Delhi-based healthcare professional Dr Monika Devgan Kathuria, the lockdown has been a ‘groggily enriching’ experience in housework, nagging the husband, and creating awareness.