Artist Jeffrey Spar lets his creative juices run free with his beautiful tribute to Naomi Osaka and the strength she displays as a mental health advocate.
As artisan workshops in India struggle during the pandemic, Raaha’s initiatives keep the lights on in hundreds of households—at a fair price.
Karishma Bali decided to turn her frustration with a lack of South Asian representation in the fitness world into a full-fledged fitness apparel business.
An entrepreneur, the creator of Indi Moda, describes the values that motivated her into setting up a brand of sustainable couture
Priya Guha has made her mark in fields as varied as business, education and diplomacy. But her biggest role appears to be that of a mentor
Yasmin Khan’s story with Khalm Skincare is the testament to what a South Asian woman can accomplish and achieve after the age of 40
Karuna Nundy speaks truth to power for justice, a force towards the fight for freedom of speech and gender equality with her unmitigable drive.
Staying active helps when you are carrying a child, and in recovery, too. Being fit is possible, even if it’s in the middle of your pregnancy.
Liza Chowdhury finds meaning and purpose in teaching social justice and healing traumatized youth, using her expertise to uplift and educate.
Poet Talesha Maya captures the effects of misogyny, colorism, and privilege in her second collection, “Brown Girl Problems and Other Poems”