Sampat Pal, head of India’s vigilante pink sari revolution. – Slate Magazine

Sampat does not know exactly why she has persistently felt compelled to get involved in other people’s business—indeed, it represents one of the greatest mysteries that she has encountered in her life. She once declared that “not even I understand Sampat Pal.” She paused and then, wrinkling her brow as she pondered the enigma that she represented to herself, came up with an idea. “When I die, the Indian government should look in my brain and find out how I have become like this.” It was an earnest, if somewhat humorous, suggestion. After a moment, she added, “They should look into my heart too, that could help.”

via Sampat Pal, head of India’s vigilante pink sari revolution. – Slate Magazine.

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