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kaalbela · a month ago
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Doors in Old Delhi, by Anish Mathur
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mavisylvania · 3 months ago
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Quwwat-ul-Islam Mosque
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raenprabhaker · 10 months ago
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—listen man, I'm just trying to read a book, annotate, and draw something while eating chocolates and coffee. do not ask anything about my future. i'm just trying to get through this week. only.
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littlewindharp · a month ago
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18.05.2022
It's exam season, and chaotic academia is peaking
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teenachauhansblog · 2 months ago
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reshmizulfein · 18 days ago
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there's nothing more intense than a delhiite and a mumbaikar fighting over golgappa and panipuri
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queerism1969 · 13 days ago
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Are there any Indian lesbians?
Sexual orientation is a human experience so people from any race can be homosexual.
Dutee Chand: She’s an Indian professional sprinter. Her sports accolades are many but she was recently applauded for coming out publicly. She declared that she was in a same-sex relationship. She is now, India’s first and only openly gay athlete.
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Vasu Primlani: Vasu Primlani is an environmentalist and India’s first openly gay comedian. She is also the recipient of the 2015 Nari Shakti Puruskar by the Government of India. Even though being gay puts her at odds with the law, she has never shirked away from her sexuality in her gigs.
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Nina Chaubal: Chaubal grew up in Mumbai, India. At 13 years old, she discovered the word 'transgender' and realized it described her. She found a connection with other trans people through the internet.
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Menaka Guruswamy: She is known for having played a significant role in many landmark cases before the Supreme Court, including the Section 377 case, the case of the bureaucratic reform, the Augusta Westland bribery case, the Salwa Judum case, and the Right to Education case. She is assisting the Supreme Court as Amicus Curie in the case pertaining to the alleged extrajudicial killings of 1,528 persons in Manipur.
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Arundhati Katju: Arundhati Katju is a lawyer qualified to practice in India and New York. She has litigated many notable cases at the Supreme Court of India and the Delhi High Court, including the Section 377 case, the case of a trans man being illegally confined by his parents, the Augusta Westland bribery case, the 2G spectrum corruption case, and the Jessica Lal murder case. Her law practice encompasses white-collar defense, general civil litigation, and public interest cases.
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ankitekta · 6 months ago
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We loved with a love, that was more than love.
AHMEDABAD 23 & 24 Dec.
VADODRA 25 DEC.
SURAT 26 & 27 DEC.
TELEGRAM-EKTAANKIT.
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farhaazmi21 · a month ago
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Love Me or Not..!
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dailyhistoryposts · a month ago
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Oh This Day In History
May 11th, 1857: The Indian Rebellion of 1857--Indian rebels seize Delhi from the British.
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hinducosmos · 18 days ago
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Charan Das ki Bagichi, Shahjahanabad, Delhi, India
Sam Dalrymple wrote : Inside the mandir are impressions of the Sant's footsteps, as if they were Vishnupada.
(via Instagram: Sam Dalrymple)
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kaalbela · a month ago
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Doors of Old Delhi, by Anish Mathur
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mavisylvania · 3 months ago
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Alai Darwaza was glowing
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raenprabhaker · 7 months ago
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i can't wait to move out of my house, buy my own apartment and go out on saturday nights
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grocerystore-gf · a year ago
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aesthetic moodboard based in delhi , india
all of these places are so fucking personal. brb feeling an obscure set of emotions
reblogs appreciated:)
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reshmizulfein · 27 days ago
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a normal day in delhi
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ginazmemeoir · a year ago
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Here's a list of all the buildings, basically most of the things in New Delhi, being demolished so that the demon Modi can construct his new evil palace and court full of monsters :
National Museum
Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts (IGNCA)
National Archives Annexe
Shastri Bhavan (Shastri Palace)
Krishi Bhavan (Ministry of Agriculture)
Vigyan Bhavan (Minsitry of Science and Innovations)
Vice President's Residence
Jawahar Bhavan (Jawahar Palace)
Nirman Bhavan (Department of Constructions)
Udyog Bhavan (Ministry of Industries)
Raksha Bhavan (Ministry of Defence)
The funding for this project is 200 billion INR. The govt however, didn't have half of that amount for sourcing oxygen and vaccines and medicines and building ICUs and hospitals.
Construction is going on in full swing in the midst of a pandemic that has claimed the lives of millions of Indians.
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queerism1969 · 12 days ago
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Why has the subject LBGTQ been so widespread in the headlines over the recent years?
Because we finally can talk about ourselves in a small portion on earth without big censorship
Because literature and pop culture’s proper representation taught people that you can have a healthy life even if you are different
Because internet give us access to information, that's why more people are learning about themselves faster than any other generation
Because queer and trans kids are becoming less afraid to ask for their birthright
Because we are seeing more queer and trans celebrities having marvelous and stable life
Because people are happy to announce that they are queer and trans
Because people are being shown the positive part of being queer and trans
Because queer and trans people getting a chance to write about their journey
Because we are now researching and getting more information about our sexual orientation, gender identity and romantic orientation.
Because pride parades are becoming more fabulous, unapologetically effeminate, loud and proud.
Because educated people can see the bullshiit created by Abrahamic religions
Because queer and trans people have the same rights as cisgender heterosexual people to take as much as space they want
Because being queer and trans is amazing.
Because we are Everything Everywhere All at Once
Please Note:
Most headlines of said news are about queer and trans people from Europe and America, not Middle East, Africa and Asia. Middle Easter, Asian and African social activist are fighting tooth and nail against their government to ban article 377 and capital punishment against homosexuals also point to be noted that religious conversion therapy which are still used in those areas.
13 country has death penalty for being homosexual and 73 countries have criminalized being homosexual. Correctional molestation is still being used as a part of conversion therapy.
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rideboomindia · 3 months ago
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kaalbela · a month ago
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Old Delhi by Anish Mathur
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