Shelf Indulgence with Shvetha Jaishankar


About Gorgeous:

How does one fit in the right food and the correct amount of fitness into one’s life? Can this process be so much fun that one actually craves it? Former model and Miss India International’98, Shvetha Jaishankar believes so.
 She has dipped into her own experiments with food, weight-loss and well-being and also gathered refreshing ideas and recipes from India’s top models such as Priyanka Chopra, Milind Soman, Malaika Arora Khan, Gul Panag and many more, who embody a balance that allows them to eat what they truly enjoy while still looking their best. Exquisitely designed, and packed with beautiful imagery, this handbook of delightful recipes and inspiration gives the reader an insider’s view on the heady world of fashion and seeks to demystify what it takes to be fit and beautiful.

About Shvetha Jaishankar:

Shvetha is an alumnus from PGP Co 2004 from Indian School of Business (ISB)
Shvetha Jaishankar was Femina Miss India International’98 and runner-up at the Miss International pageant ’98 held in Tokyo. She co-founded the highly successful sports and entertainment company Globo sport and has worked with the top sports teams and sports stars in the world including the Mumbai Indians, Sania Mirza, Martina Navratilova and Martina Hingis.
Her foray into writing began with editing 20/20, the official magazine of the IPL, India’s best known sporting property. She wrote a national column for The Hindu newspaper called The Girls Guide. Her first book, Gorgeous, published by Harper Collins, released in December 2016.
Shvetha runs an NGO called A lot of Dreams trust which supports education, specifically supporting high performing girls from low income backgrounds with college fees, materials and additional tuition classes.
 During her modelling career she did TV commercials for Dabur Vatika shampoo, Cadbury’s Dairy Milk, Asian Paints, Denim Soap; walked the ramp for most of India’s top fashion designers and guest appeared on shows for Nat Geo, MTV and Star TV channels.