Despite the decision of Indian Supreme Court criminalizing homosexuality and upholding a draconian law, India is rapidly changing its stance on the 'queer' issue.
And, pride parades, queer film festivals, marches are the traditional indicators of the fact that the country has a more accepting attitude towards the issue at hand.
Let's see the glimpse of Bangalore's Pride Parade and know more about it!
Image Source: Namma Pride
Oblivious to the blank gazes of spectators, more than 2,700 LGBTQ members undertook a march, which started at Majestic and ended at Town Hall in Bangalore.
People from many realms took part in the Pride March in support of the LGBTQIA community.
The picture clearly depicts the power of Indian democracy.
'Namma Pride Parade' was organized as an act of solidarity across the LGBTQIA community, emphasize its fanaticism of growing transphobia.
The loud glees of the members dressed up and holding placards of catchy messages, drowned out the noise of revving engines.
The spirit and ebullience of the crowd did not diminish from the solemnity of the message that the March carried.
And, as always, Bangalore police played an indispensable role in maintaining peace and order and ensuring that Parade passes without any hiccups.
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The old lady, trying to change the perspective of people through her placard.
Sporting catchy anti-homophobic banners!
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