Queer History #26: Brotherhood of India

Homosexuality in India, briefly here and here.

Pre-colonial India and homosexuality here. Article by Patrick Andre Perron here. And by Dr. Devdutt Pattanaik here.

Dated back to 1500BC through sculptures and religious relics, India’s homosexuality influence roots from Hindhuism. Here.  Article by the GayBombay here.

Ancient India didn’t think homosexuality was against nature, article by Manoj Mitta here.

Visual journey by K.L. Kamat here. Nilanjana S.Roy looked into erotic Indian sculptures and homosexuality here.

*RAP’s posts on Queer History are expandable. There is so much we can find out hence if you have anything to add, please comment below or e-mail to us. Let the lists go on.

One response to “Queer History #26: Brotherhood of India

  1. Pingback: Queer History #31: Conclusion; Waving the Rainbow Flags | rainbowartsproject

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