How can the world be healthier unless the gap between the haves and have-nots is reduced, our The Balanced Life writer dissects
Month: August 2022
When she is not in the studio reading the news off the teleprompter she is in the boxing ring, punching above her weight, as she has always done in life. Going toe-to-toe against norms, stereotypes and biases, shattering many barriers, one step, one punch at a time. Hena Doba is a successful and popular face on TV.
Payal Kapoor shot to limelight in India in the mid-90s when she designed the Palace on Wheels, the most famous luxury train in India.
The Delhi-based Payal’s road to that kind of heady success began with her introduction to professional interior designing in 1987 at Manasara, a Delhi-based reputed firm that she joined after earning her diploma in interior design at the Polytechnic for Women in New Delhi.
South Asia has many destinations with immense tourism potential that are not that popular among run-of-the-mill tourists. But it may work for those tired of the old tourist trails, and seeking new options, natural or cultural.
Heritage railway trips in the rarer reaches of the country make boarding a Swiss train all the more convenient and romantic
If there was one artist who decided to use an entire city to express his creative genius, it was Antoni Gaudi, the greatest exponent of Catalan modernism. The 19th-century architect-wizard seamlessly blended the Gothic and the French Art-Nouveau with Expressionism and crafted his architectural masterpieces.
And the city of Barcelona was his canvas and muse, at once.
DJ Rekha talks navigating the experience of creating community and experience through music, culture, art, and togetherness on her own.
Chamomile oil is widely used for its natural anti-radiant, hair growth, and other benefits. It is commonly used in beauty products, including shampoos, conditioners, and after-shaves. This article outlines the two types…
Malini Ramani is best known as one of India’s leading fashion designers. And more recently, as a Kundalini yoga teacher. She tells SEEMA that she hopes to spread her brand of love to help people live their dreams.
You are the daughter of Bina Ramani, India’s first internationally acclaimed designer and one of the most iconic women. How did your mother influence your fashion journey?
My mother has influenced me in so many ways. We grew up watching her fearlessly follow her dreams and pave new paths wherever she went. As far as fashion was concerned…, it was a part of our life. We used to hang around my mother’s stores in New York and Delhi, and grew up seeing beautiful, glamorous people waft into her shops, leaving us awestruck! My mom’s life seemed like a wondrous fairy tale. I wanted to be in the fairy tale, too!