From Amish Tripathi docuseries to a relationship coach who aims to solve today’s problems
The story of exile Lord Rama, his wife Sita and his brother Lakshman is indeed pervasive in all aspects of our culture, religious affiliations notwithstanding.
One cannot forget the hysteria attached to the 1980s TV version of the epic on Doordarshan, nor the glory of its post-pandemic revival in 2020, despite its release in a world where social media reigns supreme.
Aware of the universality of history, discovery+ partners with Wide Angle Films and bestselling author, diplomat and television presenter Amish Tripathi for a three-part docuseries titled “The Legend of the Ramayana with the Amish”which explores this age-old tale from an entirely new angle.
The spectrum of relationship coaching is no longer limited to sorting out problems in failing marriages. It must also meet the needs of a large number of young professionals who find themselves single and alone in their thirties and forties, after a series of unsuccessful relationships.
Mumbai-based Aili Seghetti is an intimacy coach and founder of The privacy keeperan organization that promotes self-discovery through emotional and sexual well-being.
Aili offers unique coaching services and addresses a variety of issues in modern relationships.
We talk a lot about stress, but reducing stress is not a daily priority. Have you seen articles about the bad effects of stress and just skimmed through them? Are you someone who knows how damaging stress is, but doesn’t include practices in your daily life?
Well, then you are the one who needs to read this. My mantra to all my clients is that stress reduction practices should never be an SOS situation. They should be incorporated into our daily lives so that they can help build overall resilience. That way, when there are high stress situations, and we will all face them again and again, you have the resources to deal with the stressors, not allow long term impact, and get back on track quickly. same foot.
Parents of small children who grew up in the 80s and 90s in India know the woes of buying nice clothes for their children. The shortage of second-hand clothes led many families to sew clothes themselves inspired by what they saw in movies and TV shows, while others relied on gifts from family members who lived abroad.
Luckily things have changed now and we have access to some great kids clothing brands from back home. One of the prominent brands is Mumbai based Oui Oui led by Poonam S Sanghvi, Raina Shriwaardankar and Viinii K Doshi which started in 2018. The brand is favored by famous mothers like Kareena Kapoor Khan, Soha Ali Khan, Neha Dhupia, Lisa Ray, and others.