While the pandemic has made it harder for us to control the way we eat, effective meal planning and prepping can make things physically and mentally easier
Month: June 2021
This is the inspiring story of how the Sikh community the world over mobilized to come together and help India out of the brink of a crisis
Setting boundaries could go a long way to cut down the worst of the damage and not render yourself another unfortunate burnout victim
Poet Talesha Maya captures the effects of misogyny, colorism, and privilege in her second collection, “Brown Girl Problems and Other Poems”
Meet Falguni Kothari, an author who has written about women’s issues by stepping into their shoes to highlight them in the truest sense possible.
Simrun Chopra, a mother and fitness entrepreneur, has helped thousands of women stay fit, and she’s not looking to stop anytime soon
Sisters and best friends Sakina and Zainab, the Pirani Girls, advocate for respect and value for women–in marriage and in life
Open Heart: In this unputdownable memoir, Akil Taher M.D. bares it all and talks about his journey in overcoming severe heart disease.
From HealthyIndian, we feature a refreshing carrot-cucumber lentil salad, known locally as “kosumbari,” just as tasty as it is healthy