IIT Bombay Is All Set To Celebrate Rangavali, Its First Queer Festival

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03/19/2023

IIT Bombay is one of the most renowned and prestigious research institutes in all of India. It is one of the top-most-ranked universities in the country. As in any university, there are a lot of social initiatives aimed at marginalised communities and their upliftment. In a first, the research institute is all set to organise a queer festival that is aimed at spreading awareness about and celebrating the sexual diversity of the campus. IIT Bombay’s first queer festival is called Rangavali and will take place on the 25th and the 26th of March. The two-day festival will witness a plethora of programmes. These are organised with the express purpose of educating people and spreading awareness about the gamut and sexual and gender identities.

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