Our July cover girl, Anushka Sharma gives us a a momentary escape.
She had the same spirited appeal she has today as she lives her life in lockdown with her husband, Virat Kohli.
“She has inspired me to be a better human being,” says the cricket captain about his wife in our cover story. Besides being a fearless actor and producer (fresh off the success of Paatal Lok comes Bulbbul, her new film on Netflix), Sharma is also an eco crusader who is filling in her homebound days tending to her plants.
Award-winning author Elif Shafak, who calms our fears in her essay on finding hope in the midst of a crisis, where she writes, “There has never been a better time to abandon old prejudices.”
We deep dive into the lives of creative folk who have made Goa, India’s smallest state, their home.
We aim to find a way that combines joy with mindfulness and build a new world together for future generations.
After all, if there is one thing this pandemic has taught us, it is, as Shafak accurately puts it, “to understand and embrace our common humanity and learn to communicate and cooperate across borders.”
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