Homemaker, boutique owner and the first woman Freemason in India, Sadhana Rao talks to Indrani Rajkhowa Banerjee about her attempt to break the glass ceiling.
What kick-started your interest in Freemasonry? My journey into Freemasonry is very interesting. My husband G D Rao, a businessman became a Freemason in 2002. Till then I did not know that such an organisation even existed! When he was initiated into Masonry, I was inquisitive to know why Freemasonry in India had no place for women. Wives of members sat in the ladies room and socialised when men had their meetings and joined them only on the festive board and dinner. When my husband became the Master of a Lodge in Delhi, I started taking more interest. Along with a couple of other women, I took the lead in organising charitable projects every year.
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Bill McElligott [PPGASwdB - PPGASoj] firstname.lastname@example.org - skype: lodgeroomint The Masonic Brotherhood of The Blue Forget-Me-Not
I'm glad to read of progress with masonic lodges in India. It is highly appropriate, since the origins of the "Seven Liberal Arts" we are promised to study have origins that can be traced back to the Seven Levels of Consciousness and Yoga
omni: In my Lodge the Secretary is a hugh bully along with control issues. if anyone even asks a question he files masonic charges against them. He controls members mostly because they are afraid of him.
Apr 16, 2018 1:07:49 GMT
The Ancient: To omni: Grow some balls, that lodge is yours as well as every member in that lodge. If you are right, its not your problem. Nobody likes the ugliness of masonic charges. Light will always illuminate darkness, don't be afraid, be a better man.
May 27, 2018 15:37:09 GMT
The Ancient: Oh, I am a new member and just wanted to say hi...
May 27, 2018 15:39:10 GMT