Ask SikhRI series fosters a culture of learning and understanding among both Sikhs and non-Sikhs like you. It plays a vital role in dispelling misconceptions, promoting acceptance, and encouraging open dialogue, ultimately leading to your greater awareness and knowledge about Sikhi.
This initiative not only answers questions but also connects individuals with a network of experts, scholars, and community members who can provide meaningful insights and guidance. This fosters a sense of belonging and community, as people feel supported in their quest for knowledge about Sikhi.
Maintaining anonymity in question submission ensures that individuals from diverse backgrounds, including those who may be new to exploring Sikhi or dealing with personal challenges, can seek information and guidance without worrying about discrimination or bias. This inclusivity makes Sikhi more approachable to a broader audience, cultivating a sense of community and support.
Enjoy a safe and non-judgmental platform to ask questions about Sikhi, even those that you might be hesitant to ask openly.
What has happened is there are cultural influences and personal biases; the larger hegemonic culture plays a role. This is not a product of Sikh ethos when women are either not allowed or are not being empowered to take certain leadership positions.