Teesta Setalavad talks to Bindu Ammini and Kanakadurga, the first women to enter Sabarimala temple
In this conversation, Teesta speaks to Bindu Ammini and Kanakadurga who share their experience and hurdles after entering the Sabarimala shrine on January 2nd 2019.
The stated reasons for the violence are lies, investigations faulty, and the prosecution is chosen to fill up any gaps that are there in this saga of injustice, says Brinda Karat arguing for the need for an independent prosecution
Rokeya Sakhawat Hossain, considered to be India's first Bengali Muslim Feminist, challenged the social status quo of her time and ridiculed outmoded gender practices while preaching the relevance of equality, women’s education and freedom. Her feminist utopian story 'Sultana's Dream' attempted to make role reversals showing men as the inferior sex and questioned the violence and discrimination perpetuated through the category of gender, providing a critique of patriarchy and the affect of it on women’s lives. Watch this SabrangIndia exclusive video to get a glimpse of Begum Rokeya's legacy and listen to what her admirers have to say about her.