Even the absolute weakest members of society can manage life with extraordinary acts of will, luck and some recklessness to fight back. The person who best teaches that lesson is Sampat Pal, who was married off at the age of 12, bore the first of her five children at 15 and is essentially illiterate. Despite all this, she has not only empowered herself but thousands of women just like her. Sampat Pal Devi, the 54-year-old self-proclaimed ‘commander-in-chief’ of the Gulabi Gang, a group of vigilante women that operate out of Uttar Pradesh’s notorious Badlands of Bundelkhand, has been variously lauded as an activist, a feminist, and a pioneer of sorts.
Sampat Pal echoes solidarity to all women around the world fighting – in all their different ways – for a more just, equitable and peaceful world. From her earliest days as a child, Sampat had always felt keenly the offence of injustice—the sight of it enraged her. She began the Gulaabi Gang revolution when she was only 20 years old.
- A Non-Stick Flat Tawa – Dosa, Uttapam, Chilla, Omlette etc.
- A Non-Stick Concave Tawa – Parantha, omelette, etc.
- A Milkpan – Tea, Coffee, etc.
- A Saute Pan- Aloo Sabzi, Scrambled eggs, Fried eggs, Poha, etc.
- A Casserole- Baked Beans, Upma, Mix Veggies, etc.
- A Frypan – Omellete, Upma, Poha, etc.