Medha Shri Dahiya writes on art, culture, books and campus, for the daily Entertainment & Lifestyle supplement, HT City.
Articles by Medha Shri Dahiya
There is nothing dramatic about this Japanese method, Kaizen, yet it works.
ByMedha Shri Dahiya, Delhi
Sadhvi Vrinda Om shares that even after she had become a monk, she struggled with emotions we all deal with. She discusses her autobiographical book, A Prayer That Never Fails, which offers self-help techniques that she used to deal with her life.
Bestselling author, mystic and siddha Om Swami says one could achieve a state of bliss by practising kindness. The good news? The act of kindness doesn’t have to be out of the world. It is as simple as appreciating someone. He discusses the ‘kind’ road to happiness and his book, The Book of Kindness.
Ma Anand Sheela, spiritual guru Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh or Osho’s personal secretary, talks about handling crisis and more.
Ma Anand Sheela hasn’t given Priyanka Chopra permission for biopic, says Alia Bhatt has the necessary spunk to play her
Ma Anand Sheela, in an interview to Hindustan Times, has said that though she sent a legal notice to Priyanka Chopra, she hasn’t heard from her.
Akshay Kumar on Filhall music video: ‘The look in this song reminded me of my look in Namastey London’
Akshay Kumar has said that he was reminded of his look from Namastey London when he saw the music video for Filhall.
Hindustan Times, New Delhi | ByMedha Shri Dahiya
Elton John’s autobiography is candid, funny, warm and moving. And like everything Elton John, it’s absolutely entertaining.
Like actor Ayushmann Khurrana in his recent film, Govind Maurya is also famous for playing Sita, and people seek his blessings even when he’s not in makeup.
Hindustan Times | ByMedha Shri Dahiya and Naina Arora, New Delhi
Spanish author Francesc Miralles discusses the book that’s flooding our social media feed, and shares the Japanese secret to a long and happy life.
Spanish author Francesc Miralles discusses the book that’s flooding our social media feeds.
Hindustan Times, Delhi | ByMedha Shri Dahiya
By changing our outlook on life and things, we could change our life, says Dr Dain Heer, an author and co-creator of the self-help system Access Consciousness. He suggests using simple Access Tools, like asking questions, to create a life we desire.
Hindustan Times, Delhi | ByMedha Shri Dahiya and Sonal Kalra
Maneka Sanjay Gandhi’s latest book There’s a Monster Under My Bed! is not just another addition to children literature. It’s a book that will help kids and their parents deal with childhood fears before they transmute. And she also talks about FOMO and JOMO.
The Jaipur Literature Festival is going to have the perfect ambience complete with music, art shows, talks and handicraft bazaars.
Author and film producer Twinkle Khanna talks about the books that she loves and that inspire her.
Looks like the year belonged to Twinkle Khanna, the writer. Her latest book, Pyjamas Are Forgiving, also makes a case for consent.
Vrinda Om has edited an anthology of 12 stories about healing, faith and compassion.
Will Aamir Khan portray Osho in a web series, as is being reported? There’s no confirmation on that speculation yet. Meanwhile, you can read books that have accounts of people who were associated with Osho in some way.
We have curated a selection of books which tell stories of queer community, their struggles, challenges, and what it means to be LGBTQI+.
Here are a few recent releases for children. What are you picking up to read?
The book looks at the most commonplace things and incidents with a meditative eye, subtly through interesting, entertaining personal stories and accounts.
On World Book Day (23 April), we find out if social media can kill books. By the looks of it, no! In fact, social media is helping sell more books.
The latest from the writer of the best-selling Shopaholic series, Sophie Kinsella, makes you look at life and relationship with a contemplative eye.
Author Braham Singh’s debut novel, Bombay Swastika, is “a work of fiction built around true events”, moving between 1935 Berlin, 1948 Karachi and 1965 Bombay. While the book is a bestseller, Singh is already raring to write four more!
Chivalry will always be cool. This book will crisply teach you how to live your life with manners and etiquettes.
The city of dreams, celebrities and celebrations – Mumbai is reeling under the fear of a psychopath’s evil designs.
Comical yet relatable, author Payal Kapadia’s Maidless in Mumbai is an interesting take on the search of the perfect house help.
Part of the Watch Out series, No Touch, is a well illustrated book that teaches kids the difference between a good and a bad touch.
What can a parent do to deal with childhood behaviour problems and to raise kids who are happy, healthy and emotionally strong? This book tells you all.
Celebrity nutritionist Rujuta Diwekar’s latest book, Pregnancy Notes, is inspired by her celebrity client and friend, Kareena Kapoor Khan and her equally famous son, Taimur Ali Khan
On Enid Blyton’s 120th birth anniversary, we bring you a list of some of her most popular children’s books.