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Sheena Pradhan is a nutritionist, entrepreneur, pageant contestant, writer, model and enthusiast of life. She has even competed and won a triathlon! She wears many hats but her main passion in life is to become a successful nutritionist and help people lead healthy lifestyles.
The views and opinions expressed in this article are those of the contributors at Brown Girl Magazine but do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of the publication. As...
Suhita Sengupta, the founder Evoke, was not always a jewelry designer. She actually started her career as an interior designer. Evoke is a globally inspired unique handcrafted statement jewelry for the free-spirited woman.
Verg’s 1st runner-up placement in the pageant was a historical first and I’m sure she had all the Brown Girls supporting her across the nation. I know I was one of them.
Today, my work lies at the intersection of conscious capitalism, mindful consumerism, marketing, business, and technology. I believe that business must play a role in alleviating humanity's greatest crisis in order for exponential positive impact to occur.
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Your cousin’s wedding is this weekend. It’s your fifth South Asian wedding this season. You’ve already worn three of your favorite lehengas and two of your favorite saris. You don’t want to pull out any of your old clothes that everyone in your family already saw last year, but you really can’t afford to spend more money on a new lehenga.
On Friday, July 15, 2016, Qandeel Baloch, one of Pakistan’s most famous and controversial social media stars, was strangled by her brother after he had protested at the “kind of pictures she had been posting online.” Baloch’s videos and photos on social media were not much different from many social media stars from around the world.
Adrenaline rushes through my veins even when I’m just on an audition. Modeling and acting for a gig is exhilarating. I always come home energized and ready to work on my next project. Unfortunately, while auditions happen often, bookings do not.
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Ladies, don't you agree, shopping is even sweeter when you know the brand is doing something good for the world. We sure do, and that's why we introduce to you——Indelust, an online boutique with a mission to decrease economic disparity and promote an ethical production process.
I have decided that I want to chronicle my journey of ups and downs in my career for the readers of Brown Girl Magazine in this new series of #ModelingDiaries.
As a member of the South Asian community, I have always grappled with the question of whether or not to talk about my Indian-American identity in a pageant interview. And if I do talk about my heritage in an interview, how much should I talk about it?
The American brand, Anthropologie, shot its March Lookbook in Rajasthan, India, with none other than our favorite brown girl model Neelam Gill. There's no better way to officially welcome Spring than with Gill's spectacular looks for the everyday American Desi girl.
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