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Indian girls are a unique breed and when it comes to impressing them, you need to invest an extra thought in your approach. The trick is to become the center of her attention without letting her know it.

It may take some time to impress an Indian girl, but with some patience, it is certainly possible.
4 days ago
The teaser describes the book narrated by an Indian girl, Radhika, who is getting married in a fortnight. 

“Hi, I’m Radhika Mehta and I’m getting married this week. I work in a top investment bank. Thank you for reading my crazy story. However, let me warn you. You may not like me too much. One, I make a lot of money. Two, I have an opinion on everything. Three, I have had sex before. Now, if I were a guy, you’d be cool with all this. Since I am a girl, these things don’t really make me too likeable, do they?” says the teaser.

The pre-orders for the book have already begun on Amazon. 
2 years ago
As Indian girls, we are fed a lot of lies that are thankfully disappearing as social media has given us a global exposure. Often entrenched in deep superstitions or misunderstood reasoning, the more we learn the more we grow as independent individuals.
10 months ago
27-year-old Muskan is helping change the way the game is looked at in India, the way the world looks at India and women players and has been using her prize money for various social causes.

A Modern Barakhamba pass out, Muskan grew up watching poker on TV, thanks to her dad.
2 years ago
It’s hard to survive as a musician in India without submitting to Bollywood. Yet, there are a few bands in the country that may be considered the saving grace of the independent music scene of India. Here are a few Indian Bands you should not miss.
a year ago
Priyanka Chopra might be a global icon today but time and again she has proved everyone that she is still a desi girl at heart. She has never failed the chance to flaunt the Indian way of greeting by saying a Namaste!
So yes there's a reason they call America's new sweetheart, Priyanka Chopra, THE desi girl!
2 years ago
Want to look like bollywood stars and shine this Diwali? Lets take inspiration from none other than fashion queen herself, Sonam Kapoor. She never fails to surprise us all with her fashion sense. She can turn everyday outfits into runways ones.
2 years ago
Women's Fashion
In the past, India was a male dominant nation where women were denied their rights in numerous ways, which made them powerless. Some time ago significant segments of the nation like Commonwealth games and other sports were controlled only by the men of the nation.

In any case, now times have changed as women too have taken keen interest in each field and broken the taboo.

Proud of the #GirlPower
7 months ago
Millions of hearts come to a stop when Dipa Karmakar, the Indian Gymnast finishes her Prudonova Vault with perfection; one of the five gymnasts to have that achievement. And as she advances in the finals for Vault Gymnastics at Rio Olympics 2016, representing India on the International Platform, let's take a glimpse of her journey so far. From being a simpleton girl from Tripura, to getting rejected by the SAI for her flat feet, Dipa fought off all hardships with her innate dedication and determination. She refused to take 'NO' for an answer, as she worked out on her dreams and honed her skills to perfection. 
Today with a number of accolades, trophies and medals on her winning records, she is an Inspiration in the field of Gymnastics that the country had waited for 52 long years. 
We wish her All the Luck for the Finals and her every future endeavours.
2 years ago
Mahatma Gandhi once said, “Be the change that you wish to see in the world.” But this often makes me question somehow whether age is just a number when it comes to bring those changes and make this world a better place. May be yes as a 17-year-old Delhi based girl, Kaanchi Chopra is shattering all the stereotypes of being an average teenager. While most people are obsessing about their skin color and body weight, she's using her stack of crayons to stand against the social stigma that plague a society.

In 2015, she decided to amalgamate her artistic skills with activism in order to bring social good, which she often call as "ARTIVISM".  She started an art blog to raise consciousness among masses about the dreadful and terrible issues still faced by Indians, including domestic violence, color discrimination, gender inequality, poverty, acid attacks, and body shaming. As it is said, "good work never go futile", her blog posts received more than 7000 views from more than 55 countries and organisations such as Stop Acid Attacks, Make Love Not Scars and Sheroes Hangout appreciated her work as well.

To honor her humanitarian artwork, we've compiled some of her powerful illustrations with excerpts from each blog. Check them out and spread her message as much as possible!
2 years ago