Listen as Harinder Singh, Jasleen Kaur, and Manvinder Kaur explore Women & Gender in Sikhi from a Gurmat (Guru’s Way) perspective, as inferred from Bani (wisdom), Tavarikh (history), and Rahit (lifestyle).
How did the Sikh Gurus address women’s issues?
How did they frame or reframe gender?
Regarding women’s and gender issues within the Panth today, why is there a disparity between principles and practice, and how do we close that gap?
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It has been 39 years since the 1984 Sikh Genocide orchestrated by the Indian government. Why is the legal course of action still necessary? What outcomes have been achieved so far, and what else is being pursued?
In Sikhi (commonly known as Sikhism), women's fundamental equality exists in both private and public spheres and within personal and corporate relationships. Women possess the freedom to lead in any capacity without predefined roles.