India's premier luxury lifestyle women's magazine

United Kingdom

#MeToo, #TimesUp, A Room of One's Own, Australia, Canada, Chandra Talpade Mohanty, Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, Egypt, Elena Favilli, Elif Shafak, Featured, Feminism, Feminist Stories, Feminst Books, France, Francesca Cavallo, Germaine Greer, Goodnight Stories For Rebel Girls, Headscarves & Hymens, India, Iran, Italy, Margaret Atwood, Marjane Satrapi, Mona Eltahawy, Nigeria, NoViolet Bulawayo, Online Exclusive, Persepolis, Simone de Beauvoir, Sylvia Plath, The Bastard of Istanbul, The Bell Jar, The Female Eunuch, The Handmaid's Tale, The Second Sex, Turkey, Under Western Eyes, United Kingdom, United States, Virginia Woolf, We Need New Names, We Should All Be Feminists, Zimbabwe
November 14, 2018

A comprehensive list of books from all over the world that help navigate the true meaning and impact of feminism
Read more

British Tamils, NRIs

How British Tamils Are Using Weddings To Connect To Their Roots

Text by Lavanya Mohan. Photographs by Alexa Penberthy

As desi communities grow larger across the world, NRIs are drawing wedding inspiration from their ethnic heritage as well as their home countries. In this context, Verve looks at how the British Tamils are adapting to the cultural bifurcation
Read more

Asma Khan, Cuisine, Darjeeling Express, Featured, Food, Indian, Indian Accent, London, Manish Mehrotra, Online Exclusive, UK, United Kingdom

When Londoners Fell In Love With Indian Cuisine

Text and interview of Asma Khan by Nisha Paul. Interview of Chef Mehrotra by Shraddha Jahagirdar-Saxena

Two London restaurants Darjeeling Express and Indian Accent are throwing up exciting versions of Indian food, leaving the locals asking for more
Read more

Camel Valley Vineyards

Visit these seven spots to get a taste of the distinct culinary identities of the United Kingdom
Read more

Janice Pariat, Seahorse
December 02, 2014

“All labels bother me!”

Text by Shraddha Jahagirdar-Saxena

Straddling continents – and dipping deep into her cultural roots – award-winning author Janice Pariat explores vital social concerns in her works. With her first novel Seahorse releasing this month, she talks to Verve about her roots, stories and the inadequacy of stereotypes
Read more