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Good Housekeeping India

Good Housekeeping India

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Launched in October 2004, Good Housekeeping is today the fastest-growing women’s magazine in India. It is the contemporary, urban Indian woman’s self-help manual for all aspects of her life: her home, her relationships with children and friends, her health, looks, and culinary interests. Most of all, Good Housekeeping is a friend who helps her live up to her potential. The magazine is widely read across the country, both by homemakers and working women, who vary in age from that 20s to the 60s and beyond. It has been published for the lasts 126 years in the United States and over 82 years in the United Kingdom. Today, it has 16 worldwide editions, and a readership of over 58 million around the world. Endorsed by the country’s leading experts, it provides information that is reliable, engaging, spirited and optimistic. The USP is that even while being aspirational in parts, the magazine basically talks of and to real, everyday women. Good Housekeeping cover personalities always have a story to tell, and are an inspiration to all. They are always cheerful, ready and able to take on life’s challenges. Some of the cover personalities include the late Benazir Bhutto, Oprah Winfrey, Shabana Azmi, Aparna Sen and Waheeda Rehman.

May 2014: Highlights of Good Housekeeping India magazine dated May 2014. The Good Housekeeping’s May issue has the charming Padma Lakshmi as the cover girl. Lakshmi shares her secret on how to lose baby weight. Besides, there are interesting articles on how to lose weight easily, tips to do away with bad hair days, easy ideas to recharge your house and also some exciting fish recipes.

April 2014: Highlights of Good Housekeeping India magazine dated April 2014. The April issue of Good Housekeeping has the pretty and talented Shweta Tiwari as the cover girl. In a candid conversation with the magazine Shweta talks about her life, priorities and struggles that eventually bore the sweet fruit of success.

February, 2014: Highlights of Good Housekeeping India magazine dated February 2014. The February issue of Good Housekeeping is a Valentine’s Day special issue. It has interesting articles on how to re-ignite the spark in your relationship, how to keep a check on your anger, tips to spot the hidden talent in your child and ideas on how to maintain a garden. The issue has some scrumptious dessert recipes and tips on how to look great in red!

January 2014: Highlights of Good Housekeeping India magazine dated January 2014. The January issue of Good Housekeeping has Sania Mirza as the cover girl. This New Year Special issue has invaluable articles on how to get fit and feel great, a to z guide on gold, useful information about online shopping and Gulshan Grover’s exclusive interview on being a single parent. The magazine has some fabulous recipes and useful child grooming tips.

December, 2013: Highlights of Good Housekeeping India magazine dated December 2013. The December issue of Good Housekeeping is bright, colourful and festive as it is Christmas special issue of the magazine. Filled with fun ideas and informative tips, this special issue has all that you want to know about Christmas. Besides, there are tips to declutter your wardrobe, home remedies by experts, delectable champagne cocktails and celeb tips on lively ensembles.

November 2013: Highlights of Good Housekeeping India magazine dated November 2013. The November issue of Good Housekeeping is a delightful Children’s Day special with some interesting articles for parents. The magazine has pretty telly diva Sakshi Tanwar as the cover girl. The issue has some interesting articles on how to burn calories doing housework, tips to get ready for party, help your child be multi-lingual, why you should not shame your man, how to set up the drinks station and much more!

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