We invite women and girls across India and the world 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.
Mascarpone to migrant workers: 20-year-old student Ananya Jain writes about her paradoxical existence during the lockdown.
The class of 2020 has had a long quarantine, with months of home confinement first due to exams, and now the coronavirus lockdown, writes schoolgirl Lakshyaa Arya.
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.
Cooped up at home during the lockdown, avid traveller and mother of two Malvika Sehgaal Kaura finds her imagination soaring and soul healing through spiritual art.