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Large protest movement in New Delhi against a newly levied citizenship law at the time, which discriminates against certain population groups.
Sandhra Sur and Reyansh Naarang are involved in the organisation "Nazariya". They campaign for more shelters for queer people in Indian universities.
The friends Sandhra Sur and Reyansh Naarang pose in front of a colourful curtain in New Delhi.
Reporters, police officers and citizens gather in front of a police bus in which detainees are being taken away.
Double portrait of Anand Grover and his colleague Tripti Tandon, two eminent lawyers in the struggle for the abolition of Section 377 at their law firm "The Lawyer's Collective" in New Delhi.
Award for the law firm "The Lawyer's Collective" in New Delhi for the fight against HIV.
A burnt out bus after a protest at a university in New Delhi.
Gagan Goyle in their flat in New Delhi.
When Gagan Goyle revealed to their mother that she no longer wanted to be her son but her daughter, their mother sent them a parcel of saris and jewellery.
Postcards on a table in Vikram Aditya Sahai's shared apartment in New Delhi.
Vikram Aditya Sahai describes themself as non-binary, advocates for transgender rights and gives workshops on gender across India.
Vikram Aditya Sahai wears a pink triangle tattoo in solidarity, which was used to mark homosexual prisoners in the concentration camps of Nazi Germany.