As part of new beginnings, we also are instituting a new change at SEEMA magazine September 2021. Starting this month, our magazine will be subscription-based. You can buy a single issue or subscribe for a full year.
Your contributions will go to expand the network, create a better future for girls, promote young women, and stitch together a formidable alliance of South Asian women who support and mentor each other.
Our cover star for SEEMA Magazine 2021 is the Head of Intel India, Nivruti Rai. Rai knows what it’s like to be swept in a sea of change and find her strength and voice, and is the kind of inspiring and dynamic figure to herald this time and issue in the perfect way.
But it’s not just her, we have several other pioneering women featured in the SEEMA Magazine September 2021 issue, including authors Monica Bhide and Sweta Vikram, mayor of Los Altos Hills Kavita Tankha, president and CEO of Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Services Krish O’Mara Vignarajah, and artist and contestant on NBC’s “Making It” Kaviya Ravi.
Of course, we’re all about the visuals here at SEEMA, and it’s time we develop an appreciation for it while we’re all still at home, thanks to our feature stories on interior design and choosing the right colors for your space. But if that’s not what you’d rather be at home doing, maybe you’d like to dive into our SEEMA Recommends Summer Reads guide and find the best books to cap the warm season with!
But if you’re feeling the pang for the great outdoors, experience them vicariously through the stunning visual stories we have for you, taking you through the beauty of India’s Varanasi, and the historic magnificence of Switzerland’s Geneva.
We have it all for you this September issue of SEEMA magazine! Make sure to check out this issue to learn more about the stories of incredible people doing incredible things all around the world.
We hope you enjoy reading the magazine and join the community we passionately advocate for. We invite you to subscribe, and join the network. Welcome to the family!
Also check out our previous issues at Seema Magazine.