She was the typical Mumbai girl who wanted to stay in India all her life. But her travel-crazy husband ensured otherwise. Hundreds of journeys later, Kiran Kapoor now lives in a state of permanent gratitude.
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.
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.
Iranian-American educationist Shahla Ettefagh moved from California to Rishikesh to set up a pathbreaking school for the hill town’s poorest children – and has moved the heavens and earth in the process.
Mother of two sons, Aarti Malhotra is proud of her role in their lives – as their chief nutrition officer when they were younger, to their back-end support in their businesses now that they’re grown up.