EORTV is now the official streaming partner of Jaipur Queer Pride Parade
Jaipur's queer community is back with Rangeela Royals Pride Utsav sponsored by Nai Bhor Sanstha. The Utsav is organised by a group of people from the LGBTQ+ community and their allies. The festival which began on 22nd of January with a blasting Food walk followed by an enlightening talk on Queer Literature has announced EORTV as its streaming partner. The Jaipur Queer Pride Parade is a celebration of LGBTQIA+ rights and visibility in India. It's a day of celebration, solidarity and pride. The parade is a chance for people to come together and make their voices heard and celebrate their identities.
The Utsav will be attended by prominent personalities like Prince Manvendra Singh Gohil, Govind Bana from the Royal Family (Jodhpur) and CEO of EORTV Deepak Pandey. As the Utsav unfolds, one will get to see other festivities like a movie night, posters, potluck, Vartalaap and also a pre-pride party. The pride bash will finally end with Queer Gulabi Pride Parade on 29th January 2023.
The Jaipur Queer Pride Parade is a celebration of LGBTQIA+ rights and visibility in India. It's a day of celebration, solidarity and pride. The parade is a chance for people to come together and make their voices heard and celebrate their identities
EORTV, India's only OTT platform which provides original queer focused content will be streaming the events live on their app. EORTV's production team will be at the location and the entire Utsav will be shown live on the EORTV app. Deepak Pandey, The Founder and Director of the EORTV platform says, "I'm thrilled to be a part of Jaipur's Rangeela Royals Pride Utsav. It's happening after a long break and I'm excited for our team to cover it. I think it's very important for us to collaborate with streaming pride projects because it gives actual people from the community a chance to talk about themselves and reach more audiences through our platform."
EORTV works to build awareness among the society towards the Queer community and educate people about them. They show queer stories on screen with an aim to normalise it within the society.
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