I Gave In

This was the point when I realized that there is a huge difference between coming to Pakistan for a holiday and effectively living here. So here I was, all excited to start a new journey with the imagination of living like a princess. Life in London seemed more like a race on a treadmill. We were all just running...

Roshni Rides-A new beam of hope for the people of Orangi town

Karachi is a beautiful city, and what more do the citizens of Karachi desire than to see their city grow in prosperity. Yes, we all love our city but how many of us make a conscious and dedicated decision to help the people of Karachi. It gives me great joy to see young enthusiastic entrepreneurs trying to make a difference...

The Indie Arts and Craft Show

Indi Arts & Crafts
The fourth in a row, Indie Arts & Craft Show was held on the 16th of July, Sunday, at the Royal Rodale Club under The Crafter's Guild. Over 70 participants from Karachi, Lahore, Faisalabad and Dubai attended the event to showcase their various skills. This event assists 85 percent women-based enterprises.    The artwork includes paintings, illumination art, stationary, paper craft,...

Artists Beautify Our Office Walls!

This Friday, KRL Creatives held an office makeover event by some very talented artists who made some fabulous designs on the boring white walls and transformed their working space into the epicenter of one big, lively party complete with the best snacks and music! These enthusiastic people came to the office in batches and didn't know each other in the...

Karachi festival 2017 “where women supported women”!

What a joy it was to see women entrepreneurs measuring their success from the smiles on their customer's faces. Ever realize what we need in Karachi? For starters, Women helping and promoting one another, men supporting women, karachites escaping the scorching heat by gulping waffle ice cream, brownies, khouswey, and other delicious goodies. Spending Eidi on new clothes, jewelry, décor...

When Muniba Mazari’s life changed, she decided to change lives.

Even if we imagine something dreadful happening to us, we get numb just by the thought of it! Muniba Mazari, now a famous Pakistani activist, speaker, role model, singer, and painter was once bedridden in a hospital for two years straight. Her tragic road accident left her in a state of physical and mental trauma- but the warrior in her...

Pink, pretty, and peppy- The Rickshaw Project for Women Empowerment

We all desire to have a comforting and safe commute from home to workplace, but sometimes that isn't possible when uncivilized male rickshaw or cab drivers make it hard for women by giving them long stares and being unnecessarily chummy. To ensure that women have a safe and sound drive around the city of Lahore, the CEO of The Environment...