Sihi Kahi is the first biographies of the most influential women of modern Sri Lanka, who had a major impact on the country’s social and cultural development over the years. Initially a Punjabi and Hindu woman, Sihi Kahi went on to become the first woman MP from a minority community in Sri Lanka, representing herself in the parliament. She was also the first woman President of Sri Lanka, representing the people of her country who did not have citizenship of Sri Lanka. In this book, we take a detailed look at the life of Sihi Kahi.
The first thing that strikes us when we read about Sihi Kahi is her beauty, which is not surprising given that she was the first woman from a minority community to gain high rank in the military. From a young age, she showed great promise in her career, which saw her going to the top of the government as education minister. But while education has been crucial in shaping the future of women in Sri Lanka, Sihi Kahi never let it be held back, and is credited for helping women’s rights flourish during the Freedom struggle. In fact, she is known to have single-handedly helped women gain equal status in the country.
Bra Size & Body Measurements
|Bra Size||33 B|
|Waist Size||23 Inches|
|Hips Size||34 Inches|
|Shoe Size||8 (US)|
|Body Measurements||33-23-34 Inches|
Sihi Kahi was born to a Punjabi family in Alleppey, a town in what is now the State of Tamil Nadu in India. Although not exactly a prominent personality today, Sihi Kahi holds a special place in the hearts of many because of her bold stance on gender issues during her time as an MP and later, President of Sri Lanka. Born a boy, Sihi Kahi was always known to be interested in dressing up in feminine garb, and was often scorned by her family for her preference. It was only later in her life that Sihi Kahi began to realize the importance of having a bra size as a girl, and how this would change her life.
Sihi Kahi Geetha uses her own story of struggle and hardship to offer women a lesson on empowerment, as she busts down the gender roles that society places upon them. The story starts off when Sihi is five years old, and her family are unsure about her future. Her father decides to send Sihi away at boarding school, away from home and away from her family for the duration of her compulsory education. But Sihi has other ideas, and her boarding school days are spent learning to stand up for herself, and to be proud of who she is.
Sihi Kahi continues to learn, challenging herself physically and mentally to push herself further. She stands firm against the cruel stares and taunts of school bullies and is happy to report them to the authorities. After being released from the school, Sihi returns home, determined to find a bra size to fit her. But this new found confidence allows her to learn more about herself, and what size she needs to be.
This inspiring young girl’s bra size defies all the odds, and She’s story inspires many young girls to believe that they too can be survivors. They know they can take any obstacle lying in their path. They know that they are not helpless, and that every bra size can be changed. Sihi Kahi Geetha’s bravery inspires other girls, and many bra size women have since read her book. It has inspired me to challenge myself to be like Sihi Kahi and to do the same thing that she did.