Impulsive, unable to adult, and truly understanding of the importance of food. That’s Sweetu. That’s you.
LGBT activist Kami Sid is breaking barriers and celebrating trans beauty one fierce pose at a time.
Solid advice, solid LOLs.
Bring on the off-the-shoulder blouses, and the dark brown lips.
Choreographing a bhangra routine on this NOW.
Surely the most interesting email.
“Chai believe I can fly.” — Uppma Virdi, probably.
“The Glassworker” aka “Sheeshagar” is a coming-of-age story about the effects of war on two children’s friendship.
Hitting “See Translation” on the Hindi text will leave you pretty disgusted.
A beautiful tale of how a benevolently sexist dad sneakily gets away with never giving a shit about his other lovely darker-skinned daughter.
I’m gonna need a tall glass of iced tea.
The Indian half is Margherita, and the Pakistani half is beef chapli kebab and mushrooms.
“Qandeel’s words and actions polarised a nation.”
“[The professor’s] reaction is a perfect vindication of our views about how Indians cannot bear the mention of sex.”
*weeps in foetal position*
Priya’s Mirror aims to raise awareness about acid attacks and encourage and strengthen survivors.
And no, it’s not because Google thinks India is a namak haraam country smdh.
“You welcome Laxmi at your home, but frown upon bahu who’s making a career, and expect your daughter to leave work after marriage.”
If you’re emotionally closed off and can’t figure out why, poet Shamir Reuben’s “Everything’s Fine” will hit you hard.