women at work
“It was presumed that she had no need to work for money like the others. It was immediately presumed she was working for 'time pass'.”
From invasive personal questions in job interviews to sexual harassment, workplace sexism in India isn't subtle but shining like a beacon. #WomenOnTheMove
Bag It All, by Nina Lekhi, MD of Baggit, is the story of the woman who founded and grew the Indian handbag company to a the giant it is today.
Homestays are the new trend among families and solo travellers. Check out these amazing homestays in India, owned by women.
Perseverance in routine, 'boring', everyday work is the main building block of great things. A lesson I learnt from my mother.
Being sexually harassed at work in India is more common than we perceive it to be. This video puts things within perspective.