This chapter details the participation of women in various religious activities and describes how they drew their status and merits from such participation. Various types of religious donations have been taken into consideration to study whether women were making such donations to increase their religious merit in the existing world, or to explore the idea of salvation. The influence of women-saints on the society of the early medieval period has been taken into consideration. How much women could have their say in religious conversions and what effect did such conversions produce upon the society are some of the questions probed, discussed and commented upon through epigraphic evidence.