Parama Ghosh...First and foremost, may I just say, that I love her name. I just love her name and if you pronounce her name in Bengali, which is also my Mother tongue, it's just so beautiful. (And the meaning of Parama is even more beautiful too... go check it out). So, we are digressing...... Continue Reading →
A Marathoner. An Art Director. A Mother. An Army Wife. Shruti Sharma - A story of Grit, Determination, Persistence. The girl with the brightest eyes and the warmest smiles, is a girl who confronts life and takes it into her confidence. Will cower the trials down to win them over with her determination where... Continue Reading →
This girl 🙂 What can I say?! Just fabulous. Harshikaa is breaking the mould of perceptions. I could not think of another person to profile on this International Women's Day. The hero in her book, released on July 2017 is a differently-abled child and has a spirit of a kite that just s---ooo---aaa---rrr----sss 🙂 With... Continue Reading →
I have had the pleasure of knowing Nidhi for 25 years now. A gentle and kind-hearted girl, vivacious and sincere in everything that she does in life, NIdhi has never failed to inspire and surprise. She is a Mompreneur, a professional Nuritionist and an accomplished Dancer. For all of us out there, who give up... Continue Reading →
Pragya Prasun Singh - Acid Attack Ambassador She is a story of a 'No Option' life and she turned it around with a heroism that I still cannot get my head around. A mere hot water scalding has us restless in pain...I cannot imagine or dare to imagine what Pragya has gone through. But she... Continue Reading →
I have known Rashmi Shetty all my life, albeit it's a different thing that she doesn't know me. She was a senior in my school and was the Headgirl. I was so in awe while growing up for she had a striking ... a very striking personality. A girl who stood out in her countenance,... Continue Reading →
Renuka Kirpalani is not just the suited-booted lady in a corner office. She is a Boss of a different kind. She rules the roads, is in complete control behind the steering wheel and pretty much a boss lady of the motoring circuit. I wasn't even sure she would agree to do this interview since... Continue Reading →
Sherline Pimenta - Kathanika "That's what we storytellers do. We restore order with imagination. We instill hope again and again and again." Said Walt Disney. And my newest Boss Girl does just that. She instills hope by her lifestyle with conservation. She nurtures imagination through her work, which is something as simple and complex as... Continue Reading →
Elizabeth Pereira Pandit - Dance Studio and The Huddle "I don't just dance, I perform. I breathe. I watch the world disappear, I release my feelings, I lead with my heart, I tear down my walls, I lose the pain, I let go, I smile. No, I don;t just dance, I do so much more." I... Continue Reading →
Nitisha Agrawal - Consultant, Social impact & Community Development | Founder and Director @Smokeless Cookstove Foundation She is not just bitten by Wanderlust. She is in fact a Soul Searcher. A woman after her own heart, she carves her own paths. She does not hide behind a facade of mere words; not your typical slogan shouting,... Continue Reading →
Manjari Sharma - Photographer I have known her since we were 16 ... and it took me five more years after that to get a glimpse of her artistic sensibilities, her leadership, her negotiation skills and her vision and after what was just a simple inter-collegiate festival that she visualised, planned, led and hosted... we... Continue Reading →
Namrata Shroff - Bag Designer and Creator | Owner of Bagstock Designs Bluebell / Jasmine / Ruby / Rose / Plumeria ... you wonder what these are?! Well, scratch your head no more. These are names of Designer Purses designed and created by the very charming Namrata Shroff. The owner of Bagstock Designs, a name... Continue Reading →
Sheryl Sandberg, the COO of Facebook asks some pertinent questions in her book 'Lean In'. Early on in the book, one of the questions she asks is, "How are we going to take down the barriers that prevent more women from getting to the top?" If you read the book the answers are all there... Continue Reading →
Rinkoo Gupta - Interior Designer | Survivor | Buddhist She is my Laughing Buddha. She is my survivor out of the woods. Utopian and courageous, she believes in making things happen and not waiting for things to happen. I have known her for two decades and more and she is right there ... not just... Continue Reading →
From serving as a Major in the Indian Army, also the first lady to be commissioned to the unit serving at Kargil, and then to take a plunge head down to the field of artisans, weavers and handicrafts in the country with the sole intention of serving the nation albeit in a non-army way, Deepshikha Gupta is the light that leads, quietly, subtly and yet assertively. We need more like her.
Tina Katwal - 'Mompreneur' | Owner of TSI (The Square Inch) | DESIGNER and Creator of Quilts | Mentor | Traveller. She came down the hills and embraced the sea. A true blue Pahadan, Tina Katwal blended in the classical ethos of Chennai just as easily as the Ganges merges with the Sea. The first time... Continue Reading →
My Boss Girls are not necessarily all with tragic stories. Some are. But not all. Also, all of these who have had very difficult moments in their lives are the ones who have risen out of those and shone. Shone so bright that it's almost blinding. And that's what Boss Girls are all about. Ladies... Continue Reading →
Anju Maudgal Kadam - Producer-video content | Optimist | Yogini | Pinkathon Ambassador | Sheroes Mentor | #100 Saree Pact | TED Speaker
Trust me, personal battles – the one between the heart and the mind are the most difficult. Raksha Nagaraj is one such girl. Her story reads easy. You think, “Eh, no big deal.” But a big deal it is. Her profile on Instagram reads like this: Indian Traveller | 26 Countries and 6 Continents | Solo Traveller | Rumi | Photographer. Has 3055 followers from all over the world and counting.
My Boss Girl today is no ordinary girl. She is in fact, nothing less than a magician with words. If “What to expect when you are expecting” is the bible for your ten months of pregnancy, then Kiran Manral’s Karmic Kids is a definitive guide to the time therafter. What Kirsten Bell says or does in ‘Momsplaining’ today, Kiran said it on her blog ‘Karmic Kids’ . Considered among the most popular blogs in India in it’s time, Karmic Kids was a lowdown of what to expect as a parent and trust me, no one said it better than Manral 🙂
Her story is about overcoming grief, moments of complete helplessness, rising above body shaming, breaking the social norms of beauty and yet reigning it as a crowned queen and many more challenges.