• Ramen

    Do the Sikhs still believe in that egalitarianism? Curious

  • http://www.mrsikhnet.com/ Gurumustuk

    Arianna, Sikhs believe in equality of all people, gender, race, etc. We believe in one god (many names and paths…all going towards the same “ONE” creator). Read more at: http://www.sikhnet.com/pages/who-are-sikhs-what-sikhism

  • Ramen

    Thanks a bunch!

  • Pritha Bose

    Ok, this is going to be a long list of request.
    Jason love what you have done with Sita, Mai Bhago and Neerja Bhanot. hence would request you to add some more Indian women. For Example :-
    1. Rani Lakshmibai of Jhansi
    2. Rani Durgavati of Gondwana
    3. Rani Padmini
    4. Rani Samyukta
    5. Rani Chennamma of Kittur (I know a lot of ranis on the list)
    6. Rani Ahilya Bai Holkar
    7. Rani Jijabai
    8. Rani Abakka
    9. Sultana Razia
    10. Begum Hazrat Mahal
    11. Madam Bhikaji Cama
    12. Captain Lakshmi Sehgal
    13. Chand Bibi or Chand Sultana
    14. Rani Avantibai
    15. Indira Gandhi

    In mythology Durga or Kali. Other than Indian if you could create something about Helen Keller, Rosa Parks, Edith Cavell………Waiting and thanks in advance

  • Jason Porath

    Thanks for the suggestions! I had nearly all of them on my list already — but Ahilyabai Holkar was new to me, so thank you!

    If you have further suggestions, please use the contact form. It is difficult to keep track of correspondence across comments, facebook, tumblr, twitter, instagram, etc. :)

  • harpreet kaur jass

    Ramen
    Mai Bhago and many other sikh women still continue to inspire the sikh women of my generation to stand by the truth!