The Kuki Women has thirteen essays written by thirteen authors. It deals with the different facets of the intersection of gender and society in the context of the Kukis. It deals with different facets of the intersection of gender and society in the context of the Kukis. It deals with diverse issues of gender such as: prejudices faced by women, portrayal of women in folktales and myths, weaving, women in informal economy such as vendors, women organisations and collective protest, customary laws of the Vaiphei and Thadou women, Status of the Simte women, women's health, quality of life and healthcare accessibility, representation of women in Thadou-Kuki films, marriage system and linguistic representation of men and women. The book is a tribute to all the women who have silently worked behind the scene in the history of the Kuki Society - the little girl who reluctantly gave up the opportunity to study so that her brother's could get education, the mother who selflessly toiled for her family to the point of shutting-off her own dreams, the competent wife who delights in her husband's success and remains content to be in the shadow of her husband, and lastly, fought and secure a visible place for themselves in the Kuki society.