Stories and truth-telling with Kaurs. Candid, unscripted, and thematic conversations to unpack hidden truths, find inner wisdom, and deepen faith/spirituality. A safe space designed to have purposeful, all welcoming faith led conversations about being a Sikh woman through a myriad of lenses. Specifically, faith/spirituality, culture, the brown body experience, and relationships. We’re here to uplift and empower any and all.
Power of Self - Being True to Myself
Society looks down at females as inferior beings, so much so that women experience self-doubt with each decision they take for themselves. Three Kaurs state how they have overcome their self-doubts by listening to their inner voice and relying on teachings of Sikhi.
Power of Self - Defining My Kaur Identity
Sikh women are given a unique identity – the title of Kaur that represents oneness and gender equality. In this episode, three Kaurs (Simmi Kaur, Devi Kaur, and Harsharan Kaur) reflect on the power of the title and their own personal struggles embracing the distinct identity in a Western world.
Young & Independent - Finding My Strength in Sikhi
Three young Kaurs look towards Sikhi to find solutions to their challenges. They voice their own perspectives on Guru Nanak’s belief in gender equality and its practice in today’s time. They are using their power to speak for themselves and the less-privileged in the community.
Young & Independent - Giving Voice to My Kaur Identity
Three Kaur students share their personal struggles while dealing with restrictions they face as females in a South Asian household. Despite these challenges, they are striving to strengthen their Kaur voice and learning to identify themselves within and outside the barriers they face.
Why Does Social Media Judge My Body?
Through the lens of four Sikh women, Kaur Collective tries to understand the negative influence of social media on women’s bodies. Positive conversations around self-image are slowly taking place and Kaurs are breaking down body image notions one step at a time.
Am I Ashamed Of My Body?
There is so much shame associated with female bodies that women often end up hating their own bodies. We see this shame through the eyes of four Kaurs who are leaning towards Sikhi to strengthen their minds and bodies and rise above the negativity.