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  1. Arvind

    Women In Sikh History

    Bibi Nanaki was Guru NanaK ji's sister and first devotee who recognised the divine in him. Bibi Roop Kaur was a scribe,of Guru Har Rai,she was a writer and an historian. Mata Sundari ji was a very good visonary guide,who secured very good relations between the tat and bandaii Khalsa after...
  2. drkhalsa

    Women Role In Religion

    i have this question in mind that troubles me very much 1)why this is the case that no women in history has been leader or preacher of any religion I mean all our guuji's , ram krishan jesus moses budha mahavir mohammed and .... all were men and none was women . ? 2)is the path of women to god...
  3. T

    Prominent Sikh Women

    Some information on Sikh women, http://www.sikhawareness.com/sikhawareness/viewtopic.php?t=72&highlight=sikh+women
  4. N

    Women In Sikhism

    Women in Sikhism... Quotes from Sri Guru Granth Sahib In praise of women. "We are born of woman, we are conceived in the womb of woman, we are engaged and married to woman. We make friendship with woman and the lineage continued because of woman. When one woman dies, we take another one...
  5. T

    Islam Women Scholars Of Islam

    Women Scholars of Islam: They Must Bloom Again Dr. Mohammad Omar Farooq Courtesy: Monthly Message International [August-September 2003] Ever since becoming conscious about Islam on one hand and the contemporary social reality on the other, I have often been disturbed by realizing...
  6. Admin

    Introducing Myself

    Gurfateh and Welcome to SPN !! Now that you are here, it is a place for all new members to introduce themselves to the fellow members and for the existing members to cheer the new arrivals. To introduce yourself now, simply roll down this page and enter your message in the Quick Reply...
  7. P

    Q: What Is The Role And Status Of Women In Sikh Society?

    A: In Sikhism men and women are equal. Before the time Guru Nanak came to this world, Indian women were severely degraded and oppressed by their society. Given no education or freedom to make decisions, their presence in religious, political, social, cultural, and economic affairs was...