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DBWRF
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 Aug 17
Starting small is the beginning of it all! So, bring out the talent in you and utilise this time to start something new. Share 👍🏻 if you agree.
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DBWRF Aug 15
Celebrating the gift of freedom! Long may our flag wave!
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DBWRF Mar 7
Dawoodi Bohra women represent . We are multi faceted, enjoy equal rights within the community, and are proud of whom we are.
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DBWRF 26 Nov 19
We welcome hundreds of new members into the DBWRF family. Quirk Flash was a great way to showcase the via contest. The winners were felicitated at the exhibition. Click the link to view more pictures:
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DBWRF 21 Nov 19
Winners of contest who showcased the beautifully are: 1st Winner: @_enclosed_ (Instagram) 2nd Winner: .zen (Instagram) 3rd Winner: @115azad (Instagram) Congratulations! Prizes will be distributed on 24th Nov 2019 at Quirk Flash Exhibition
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DBWRF 16 Nov 19
Your talent will not only help you win amazing prizes but will also get noticed! DBWRF will highlight all entries received through at the Quirk Flash Exhibition on 24th Nov 2019. Participate now to win exciting prizes: Contest TnC Link:
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DBWRF 16 Nov 19
We welcome statements made in the Supreme Court that in matters of religious practices courts must tread with caution. In all three cases, what binds them, is gender justice. This must become the norm for us to progress as an equitable society. Read more:
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DBWRF 14 Nov 19
If you have not yet submitted your entries for competition, maybe this will motivate you to do so. The winner, first runner up and second runner up will get the below prizes. Don't forget to follow the TnC
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DBWRF 6 Nov 19
Art is all about expressing oneself. With this in mind, we invite all Mumbai based Dawoodi Bohra women to by showing us the (Beauty of Dawoodi Bohra Culture) through your art. Amazing prizes to be won! For Contest rules:
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DBWRF 5 Nov 19
Mumbaikars! Here’s your chance to show off your creativity, and ! Contest coming soon!
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DBWRF 26 Oct 19
I've always been into adventure sports, and for as long as I can remember, I have been doing it all in my Rida. I don't see wearing a Rida as an obstacle in any way, but rather as an important part of my identity. - Arwa Merchant Read more:
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DBWRF 25 Oct 19
Winners of are: 1st - Arwa Hussain (@phdinarida) 2nd - Ruqaiya () 3rd - Fatema Lokhandwala (@fatemalokhandwala20) Request the winners to DM us your Name, Address, Email and Phone number for us to send you your prizes.
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DBWRF 24 Oct 19
Throwback to when we showcased our culture through . Food bloggers cooked up a delicious Thaal, and learned a lot about our unique cuisine. And you thought Dawoodi Bohra food only included biryani?
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DBWRF 23 Oct 19
We believe in giving back to society, and as a part of this, we reached out to the students at the Victoria Memorial School For The Blind to identify and treat students with ailments. Who said Dawoodi Bohra women are backward, and barbaric?
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DBWRF 22 Oct 19
Fatema from Kolkata found her passion for baking and started her own brand Cakelicious () She is a self-taught baker and creates delicious treats, which will leave you craving more. Who said our daughters are not independent?
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DBWRF 11 Oct 19
As a mother, it is my duty to treat my daughter just as I would treat my sons. Aqa Maula (TUS) too tells us not to discriminate against our daughters, and on , I pledge to to teach her everything, so that she is prepared to face any situation.
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DBWRF 5 Oct 19
Dawoodi Bohra women gathered at Mani Bhavan, to reminisce about the contributions of Mahatma Gandhi to the nation and pay tribute to the great soul.
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DBWRF 4 Oct 19
As part of ‘Celebrating 150 years of the Mahatma’, the close relationship Gandhiji shared with the Dawoodi Bohra community, and in remembrance of the historic Dandi March, the Dawoodi Bohra Women’s Association for Religious Freedom (DBWRF) organised a march on Gandhi Jayanti.
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DBWRF 2 Oct 19
After 150+ Dawoodi Bohra women march from Mazar E Maisaheba to Saifee Villa in Dandi earlier today, Durraiya Shehabi beautifully explains the relation between Gandhi ji and Saifee Villa.
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DBWRF 1 Oct 19
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