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Dawoodi Bohra Women for Religious Freedom (DBWRF) has been formed to give voice to mainstream DBwomen. The time has come to stand up & be counted!
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DBWRF 19h
By abstaining from all bodily pleasures between dawn to dusk, we are likely to realise where we have been going wrong with the way we live our lives, and break the habits of lying, gossiping, and wasting time.
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DBWRF May 21
Did you know that fasting helps us develop self-control, a deeper sense of understanding of Allah’s gifts, and gain a sense of compassion towards the less fortunate.
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The Dawoodi Bohras May 16
“Wearing a hijab...has been a source of empowerment because it grounds me and allows me to focus on things that matter,” Fatema Merchant on becoming the first hijab-wearing woman to make partner at a Washington D.C., firm.
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Harish Kaushik May 12
A true story to be told and emulate. Kudos strong Mothers, whose efforts are laudable!!
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Jamila Shehabi May 12
Happy mothers day. We love you dbwrf
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DBWRF May 12
Being a mother is discovering strengths you didn’t know you have, and facing fears you didn’t know existed. This Mother's Day we salute supermoms from the Dawoodi Bohra community, who have overcome all odds while raising their children. Read here:
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DBWRF Apr 26
We are LIVE on with Dr. Alifiya Bhol on how to stay healthy during . Join here :
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DBWRF Apr 26
Stay healthy in ! Join us tomorrow on our page for a LIVE Q&A session with Dr. Alifyia Bhol.
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DBWRF Apr 15
Replying to @bohrabohra2
To each his own :)
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The Dawoodi Bohras Apr 13
The Women’s Association for Religious Freedom conducts nationwide toy donation drive on .
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DBWRF Apr 11
On the occasion of , we spoke to women across generations, to find out what tips they followed, and passed on to their daughters. Click here to read:
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DBWRF Apr 8
Here are the winners of our contest! Read these beautiful poems on our blog:
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DBWRF Apr 7
The body needs calcium for basic functions by releasing that which is stored in our bones. By consuming the adequate amount of calcium, it can help preserve a post-menopausal woman’s calcium balance.
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DBWRF Apr 7
In order to maintain menstrual hygiene, it is recommended to change your sanitary napkin/tampon regularly, besides cleaning yourself properly. It is important to create awareness around menstrual hygiene, and guide young girls about the same.
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DBWRF Apr 7
It is OK to start slow, especially if you do not exercise regularly. Start with a few minutes a day during the first week, and gradually increase the time spent, till you reach your goal.
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DBWRF Apr 7
As women, we are at the forefront of managing not only our health, but also that of our families. Women are at as much of a risk of heart diseases as men are, and awareness and attention can go a long way in preventing this.
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DBWRF Apr 7
As women, it is important to regularly check and maintain your BMI, in order to prevent disease and heart conditions. A healthy BMI range is 18.5-24.9.
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DBWRF Mar 21
This World Poetry Day, bring out your inner poet and write magical verses that will touch a million hearts! Rules: 1) Submit your original work using and 2) Tag in your post Contest ends on 25th March.
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DBWRF Mar 20
On the occasion of , our children took the onus of spreading cheer and happiness with the less fortunate ones. A toy donation campaign was organised at various locations across the country, with a single motto of "spreading smiles".
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DBWRF Mar 12
At the age of 53, Zainub exuberates the energy and passion that would shame a millennial. Her hand painted porcelain crockery and block printed garments adorn the homes and offices of those with a taste for the finer things in life. 
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