Publisher's Message, Summer 2008

It’s Martini Time! There used to be a television commercial I loved to watch in England when I was growing up. It was for the liquor Martini Rossi, which was set against glamorous, tropical backdrops with beautiful people sipping ice cube clad Martinis. The tag line for the campaign was Anytime! Any Place! Anywhere! Although I knew that this was a promotional tactic to s


Monika's Must Haves

Who better to get you hip to what’s hot every season than ANOKHI’s own products director Monika. Born and raised in the fashion-forward UK, this fashionista and product junkie brings you a mishmash collage of ‘must-haves’ based on her quirky take on


Editor's Note, Summer 2008

The idea of a fresh start is so alluring because it reminds us that we can create another chance to get it right. And working wholeheartedly on ourselves—be it an internal or external ‘new beginning’—is just so much more doable in summer’s natural beauty an


The Fantastic Four

The Fantastic Four Katrina Kaif, Deepika Padukone, Vidya Balan & Kareena Kapoor Strong and beautiful women who have glamorous careers, hoards of talent, unflinching fame, oodles of money and Bollywood’s


  • Beauty Spot: Label-hunting

    Understanding the small print of skin care products There are a myriad of skin care products in the market today. Some promote anti-aging agents and others claim to improve the texture of your skin. What the marketers of sk ...


  • India: A Reader’s Guide

    ANOKHI takes a literary exploration of the wonders of India Sometimes the best holiday is no further than a comfortable armchair–skip waiting in long lines at the airport and curl up with a ...


  • I Love My Girlfriends

    The Friendship Phenomenon between Women The power of bonding between women is anything but new. It’s as ancient as the Egyptian pyramids. It’s as old as Estelle Getty. It’s as notorious as Oprah W ...


  • Indian Contemporary Art 101

    Contemporary Indian art, made in the last century and today, is a hot commodity. Collectors, both in India and in the West, are snapping up works by artists such as M.F. Husain, S.H. Raza and Tyeb Mehta. Today, it is not uncommon to see paintings by these heavyweights fetch upwards of a m ...


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