Sahara Knite in a fun Q/A session with Samosa Chats

Q/A SESSION WTH SAMOSA CHATS

A fun Question and Answer session I had with comedypreet where I discussed my journey in the adult entertainment industry, coming out to my strict Indian-Muslim parents and the backlash that I receieved.

Talking Indian Films, Tamil films, being South Asian and working in the porn industry

Zoom chat with Beard Bird Studio, on being Indian Female, South Asian Culture and learning some Telugu

Talking Tamil films, Bollywood, Tollywood and the porn industry. with Tamil studio Beard Bird. I have a tendency to leave some interviewers slightly dissapointed because I don’t give then them all the glitz and glamour or seediness that they have come to associate with the adult industy. Honest and open is what you will get from me.

I discuss the challenges faced by an Indian Muslim female in the Adult Industry

Insta live chat with Sangeeta from Soul Sutra / Masala Podcast

An Insta live chat I had with Sangeeta of Masala podcast where we discussed the challenges I faced in the adult film industry, how it was perceived by wider Asian Muslim community in general and family . We also discuss how Its not all sexy lingerie and stilletos, the ins and outs of anal douching and South Asian culture.

Indian Muslim female working in the Adult Industry, Family expectations and making round rotis

Chatting to Roti Riot about South Asian culture, making round rotis and the adult industry

In my capacity as an Indian muslim female performer, I chat with Roti Riot about my cultural and religous upbringing, how it does or does not affect me working in the adult entertainment industry and the importance of making rotis for females in some asian households.

What is hijab?

You’ve seen it and heard about it, now it’s time to join Hijabi Bhabhi answering the question: What is hijab? So, first thing’s first, hijab is actually an Arabic word which literally means veil or partition. In Arabic it looks like this: “حجاب” and its correct English transliteration is this: ḥijāb. Above all, and most commonly, hijab refers to the veil worn by Muslim women. However, although most Muslims consider the wearing of hijab to be obligatory, styles differ across countries and cultures. In another sense, hijab can also be translated as a partition or separation. For example, the veil of partition which exists between God and mankind.

Modesty in Islam

In Islam, the concept of hijab is closely related to notions of female modesty (or ḥayā in Arabic). According to the Muslim holy scripture, the Quran, women are expressly instructed to dress modestly. The following excerpt shows this most clearly:

“…they should not display their beauty and ornaments except what (must ordinarily) appear thereof; that they should draw their head covering over their breasts and not display their beauty except to their husband, their fathers, their husband’s fathers, their sons, their husbands’ sons, their brothers or their brothers’ sons, or their sisters’ sons, or their women…” (Quran 24:31)

Thus, as is clear from the excerpt, Muslim women must wear the hijab and dress modestly around unrelated males. Essentially, this means most men and especially applies to public places.

Hijab, Niqab or Burqa?

Interpretations on what constitutes proper hijab differ among various schools of thought in Islam. While some Muslim women wear just a headscarf, others wear full face veils with full length full body coverings. Furthermore, while some may wear only black and avoid colours, others’ hijab can be quite colourful.

Hijab – a term which refers to the concept of Islamic modest dressing. It can also refer to just a headscarf.

Niqab – this refers to the full-face veil which offers a small slit for the wearer to see through. It is worn by a minority of Muslims, particularly in countries such as Saudi Arabia, the UAE, Yemen and Oman.

Burqa – this refers to a full body covering which extends from the head to the feet. It is distinguished by a mesh screen for the wearer to see through and is commonly worn in Afghanistan.

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