Sare Jahan se Acha is a stand up comedy special featuring Naveen Noronha and Kamal Trilok Singh.
Welcome ladies & gentle lesbians, to Gaysi Family’s Pride Edition 2x2 Bar Night! We are most excited to have you here tonight to celebrate in all our gay glory!
Our theme this year focuses on issues of solidarity and intersectionality.
As part of its relentless struggle for women, lgbtqi and every individual unjustly treated by society, Gaylaxy brings its first signature event the "QUEER CARNIVAL 2016".
Gaysi Family presents another a fabulous edition of ‘Can You Repeat The Question Please?’ this November.
Bangalore Pride Month schedule is here.
A multi-sensory curated experience, exploring stories of growing up queer through illustrations, paintings and installations from 10 emerging artists.
Sarathi Trust is organizing Nagpur Pride march on Saturday.
Hyderabad Pride March is taking place on for 21st February.
Candle Light Vigil in Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Guwahati and Kolkata planning for 31st Jan - 1st Feb, ahead of Curative Petition hearing on 2nd Feb.
January 26, 2016, 8:00am onwards
On our Republic Day, rise early, get ready, wear your running shoes and step out to experience the city like never before.
Yaariyan is BACKKKKK with the fourth instalment of our wildly successful event - The Gulabi Mela.
Queer & Political is a space created for LGBT community members to discuss their view on Indian Politics.
Queer Ink celebrates Pride in Mumbai 2016 with several free events at The Hive, Khar W, Mumbai.
Its time for fun and games by the sea! We invite you to this wonderful evening as we begin with the first event of the Pride Month 2016.
GAYSI FAMILY PRESENTS QUEER TRIVIA NIGHT ON 9TH OF JANUARY.
We invite all free thinking individuals, groups and entities to join us for the Kolkata Rainbow Pride Walk. Let us stand in solidarity against discrimination, exclusion, and violence.
CSMR co-ordially invites all to Bangalore Pride Walk, as part of "Bengaluru Pride & Karnataka Queer Habba" celebrations. We walk to end discrimination and violence against LGBT persons.
This time join us for a lively discussion with Jaya Sharma (queer feminist activist) and Lesley Esteves (queer activists) and Ashwini, who were part of the early LGBT movement and lesbian organising in Delhi.
It was as if Murphy's law had a cannon blown right through it, 'coz at Dirty talk 8.0 held on January 23 this year, everything went as smooth as smooth could be.