Hijra (South Asia)
Hijra (for translations, see ) is a term used in South Asia – in particular, in India – to refer to an individual who is transsexual or transgender. In certain areas of India, transgender pe...
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Hijron Ka Khanqah
Hijron Ka Khanqah (Hindi: हिजड़ों का ख़ानक़ाह, Urdu: ہجڑوں کا خانقاہ‎) is an Islamic monument located in Mehrauli, South Delhi, India. The literal meaning of Hijron ka Khanqah is a “Sufi...
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Bahuchara Mata
Bahuchara Mata is a Hindu goddess. She was a daughter of a charan Bapal dan Detha. She and her sisters were on a journey with a caravan when a marauder named Bapiya attacked their caravan. It was comm...
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Iravan
Iravan (Sanskrit: इरावान्, Irāvān), also known as Iravat (इरावत्, Irāvat) and Iravant, is a minor character from the Hindu epic of Mahabharata. The son of Pandava prince Arjuna (one of the main he...
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Anne Ogborn
Anne Ogborn is a transgender rights activist who was born in Salina, Kansas in 1959. According to Patrick Califia she "should be credited as a forerunner of transgender direct action groups." She is a...
Shabnam Mausi
Shabnam "Mausi" Bano (शबनम मौसी) ("Mausi" noun. Hindi - "Aunty") is the first transgender Indian or Hijra to be elected to public office. She was an elected member of the Madhya Pradesh State Legislat...
Kothi (gender)
A Kothi, in the culture of the Indian subcontinent, is an effeminate man or boy who takes on a female gender role in same sex relationships, often with a desire to be the penetrated member in sexual i...
Kottankulangara Devi Temple
The Kottankulangara Devi Temple is a Hindu temple to the goddess Bhagavathy, located in the village of Chavara near Kollam, an old sea port and town on the Arabian coast in Kerala, India.
The plot...
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