Goddess of war, the warrior form of Parvati, whose mythology centers around combating evils and demonic forces that threaten peace, prosperity, and Dharma – the power of good over evil
Since we are working to create a more just and equitable world, we feel compelled to do all that we can to support the any and all efforts to end the persecution of dark-skinned people in India.
We believe any abuse and ongoing oppression that results from colorism or overt racism is clearly wrong, and we will look to partner with organizations like Dark Is Divine, the global anti-colorism campaign, and others to encourage more people in and outside of India to join in the righteous fight to denounce and hopefully end the unjust oppression of those people blessed with dark skin.
We, like the poet Aranya Johar, believe a person’s character is far more important that their complexion and hope you do too.
To learn more about the Dark Is Divine campaign in India please watch this educational video: ‘Dark is Divine’: Why are Hindu Gods always fair-skinned?
“A Brown Girl’s Guide To Beauty” – Aranya Johar