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Transgenders In India: Are They Still Fighting For Their Rights?

Shaikh Naiyara Ateeque, AKK New Law Academy, Pune


The idea of transgender isn't unaccustomed to the voters of India, in reality, this community has an extended history in the Indian context in sacred text transgender's area unit noted as ‘tritiyapakriti’ which means third gender. in step with Ramayana lord Rama gave the powers to transgenders to confer blessings on folks on occasions like wedding or kid birth. but the condition of transgenders in India in the current state of affairs is sort of completely different as compared to the ancient amount, and was even worse in colonial amount .today in India transgenders go on the fringes of the society, because of their individuality they dwell in financial condition .the area of concern up here is that if they're not unaccustomed Indians, since they hold a footing within the history then UN agency is answerable for their current state of affairs? this text tends to research the laws concerning the transgender community in India and tries to search out out the answers to queries.



Journal Details
Abbreviation: NLR 

ISSN:   2582-8479 (O)

Year of Starting: 2020

Place: New Delhi, India

Accessibility: Open Access

Peer Reviewer: Double Blind



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