Widows of Vrindavan are relegated to white saris and living on margins of social acceptance. Watch them play Holi in colour-splattered saris!
Photo essay from the Aath March Saath March parade held in Delhi for International Women's Day 2017 - a collectively organized march.
The Mumbai Queer Azaadi march took place on the 28th of January, 2017. There were people dressed up all fabulous and those in pajamas and sweatshirts. Some were dancing, because pride is a celebration. And then were those who were sloganeering and singing alternatively, because pride started as a protest, as resistance.
Crowds in hundreds gathered in about 30 cities and towns of India to come together for #IWillGoOut marches.
Late afternoon on the 27th of November, it was a beautiful sight in Delhi as hundreds of people marched from Barakhambha Road to Jantar Mantar, covered in rainbow colours, waving signs of freedom and equality, asking for their right to be who they are and choose who they love in the Queer Pride Parade, 2016.
Namma Pride: The Karnataka Queer Pride Walk, 2016 in photos.
In this photo essay, I carefully examine the idols and explore the mystery of their various expressions. The idols portray the hypocrisy of the patriarchal society which, at one hand claims to worship goddesses, while at the other, does not respect women, non-masculine men and the LGBTQ community.
In photos: The story of one academy, the so-called ‘Nursery of Indian women’s hockey’, is nothing short of a fairy-tale.
Veli Wada is the symbolic stage of protests at HCU built by the five Ambedkar Students Association members including Rohith Vemula.
#StandWithJNU and save the democracy!