After a summer of fun profiles and lifestyle advice for everything from graduation to relationships to wine, I’m excited that The Indian Scene is ringing in fall with a thought-provoking slate of columns and features in our October issue. Early this month, we profile Anuja Gupta, a physician, entrepreneur and real-estate developer who’s hoping to be a voice for women in the development field, where a paucity of women developers still exists.
As families settle back into school, our education columnist Rajeshri Gandhi Bhatia brings her expertise to our lifestyle pages with insight into advancement and balance at school — ensuring that a challenge in one area of a student’s development is not happening at the expense of another. As the year nears its end and we plan for the next one, balance is something on my mind; it’s in our own best interests to stay active, spiritually and culturally fulfilled and healthy. That’s, of course, what we’re trying to do here: a little bit of everything. This month, we’ve definitely got you covered.
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