Starting a new year on the right note comes with extra-large doses of pressure. My entire life I have begun January One like the girl Santa would fall over on his reindeers to reward with the fanciest, most magnificent gifts.
The only source of knowledge is experience, the rest is mere information. To have succeeded, to have failed, to have experimented, to have seen highs and lows—it takes a lot to really know the job.
One billion children worldwide are multi-dimensionally poor, without access to education, health, housing, nutrition, sanitation or water, as per UNICEF.
“I’ve always wanted to work with the underprivileged but I don’t have the time.”“My heart bleeds for the poor animals on the streets yet I can’t help them with my paltry salary.”“Senior citizens being abandoned breaks my heart but what can I do?” Self-defeating statements that start with purpose and end with doubt.
Her journey from Kamathipura to a US University and back to raise awareness on inclusive education.
Her Circle’s August 2022 cover celebrates the 75th year of Indian independence with the changemakers of tomorrow – Teen achievers who, despite several obstacles, have emerged as inspiration at the frontline of progress.
Launching our first social insights series on the water crisis of India and the burden it places on women. Narrated by veteran theatre and film personality, Sonali Kulkarni, part one highlights the burden of the women and the girls of Denganmal, a village in Maharashtra’s Shahapur district.
At Her Circle, we believe in placing sustainability at the heart of everything we do. Through our June 2022 covershoot we have achieved India’s first carbon-neutral covershoot model.
Is it ever easy to describe what the word ‘mother’ and the person who is called by this name, means to us? Her Circle asked people to describe their mom in a word. Here’s what people from across the length and breadth of India had to say about what their mothers mean to them.
There have been quite a few inspiring pathbreakers among Indian women entrepreneurs, who bravely led the way by becoming the role models we all need. Read on to know all about them.
When a multi-hyphenate and leader with a purpose, Mrs Nita M Ambani, talks to Her Circle’s editor-in-chief Tanya Chaitanya expect seminal announcements. Mrs Ambani reflects on Her Circle’s resounding success with a 42 million reach in its first year, her decision to turn founder for a digital women’s movement and how the brand’s expansion towards multilingual will impact inclusivity on a massive scale.
Why do we need a UN Day of Social Justice; isn’t it just another day? Because… We pooh-pooh the slums that mar our highrise view; we ask for domestic help from the same area.
As she shares her story, her voice resonates with the thoughts, hopes, and fighting spirit of every Afghan woman—in exile or still in Afghanistan—protesting against the Taliban’s disempowering diktats today.
In 2021, even as the world was grappling with the second year of the COVID-19 pandemic, there were many women who gave us hope and inspiration for the future. Join Her Circle in celebrating the achievements of these leaders and pioneers among us as we close 2021 with the dreams and aspirations they have ignited.
This festive season, we ask for a bonus on her behalf. It could be money; gratitude; gifts; a dinner or dollops of love. Thank you to all the homemakers—we owe you!
She was buried alive for being born a girl. But she fought back and conquered. Today, she has put an end to the custom of female infanticide in her community. Meet Padma Shri Gulabo