Canadian Sikh Heritage | Evolving Interpretations: Sikhism & Women
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Evolving Interpretations: Sikhism & Women
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Exhibition Dates:

March 2015 – February 2016


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[mpc_textblock content_width=”100″ font_size=”16″]This exhibition explored the five kakkar’s and other symbols of Sikhism through the angle of the Sikh woman. The goal of this exhibit was to counter the idea that Sikhism-the-Faith is a naturally patriarchal and male-centered. The exhibition re-analyzed the 5 kakkar’s through a female perspective and also analyzed passages from the Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji through the female perspective.

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