Month: March 2021

JAWA BIKES

Mysore’s Jawa Connection

Ambika Sharma, Founder & MD, Pulp Strategy grew up with the Jawa, an iconic brand with a cult icon status. The great outdoors are calling, especially at a time social distancing is…
fashion that challenged the norm

Couture that Challenged the Norm in Women’s History

Fashion can be an important tool when women want to make a statement – political and personal – in their outfits. Women around the world marked the International Women’s Day, which fell…

Shazia Sikander thinks of Creativity as a Code to Live

While growing up as an introverted child, Pakistani-American artist Shazia Sikander fell back on drawing as a refuge at times she felt too shy to speak. For Sikander, art was a thinking…

coding and Hackberry

“Learning to code builds other life skills”

Coding has become literal child’s play with the inception and roll out of Hackberry, India’s digital solution to the coding education.  Often deemed as the new robotics, coding is globally packaged and…
global girlhood for girls

Changing Women’s Lives – at 19

Being bullied in her early years made Pranjal Jain aware of her school’s inability to provide her with support she needed at the time. So, ever since the age of 12, Pranjal…
mango sauce pasta

SEEMA COOKS: Mango Sauce Pasta

Try this mango sauce pasta by food blogger Parul Nagpal follows her passion to create healthy, yummy, nutrilicious recipes. I was in high school when I started learning basic cooking from my…
Dr. Shruti Kapoor

Speaking for the Voiceless

As an award-winning gender equality activist, economist and social entrepreneur, Dr. Shruti Kapoor is passionate about girls’ and women's safety.  As founder of Sayfty — an initiative to educate and empower young…