India's transgender community commemorates the sacrifice of Aravan
4 July 2014
Every May, thousands of transgender people gather in the small village of Koovagam, about 250 km south of Chennai, to celebrate the life and death of Aravan, a character in Mahabharatha, one of the two Hindu epics (Photos by Leo Fernando & Naveen Johnson)
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