The Senator Arnkali Kaur is a human rights advocate and Senator in Afghanistan. As one of 3,000 Sikhs and Hindus in Afghanistan, she fights for the civil rights of minorities and women. When the Taliban was overthrown in 2001, she joined the Grand Council, Loya Jirga, to elect the interim government, and then helped draft the country’s new constitution. She serves as the first non-Muslim woman member in the lower house of parliament. In 2009, at 25 years old, she was voted “Person of the Year” by Radio Free Europe’s Afghan chapter, becoming a household name in Kabul. A modern-day “Mai Bhago,” Arnakali Kaur represents the rise of brave modern-day Sikh women warriors.