The rainbow-coloured flag could be spotted from a distance. And following it were the LGBT community and their supporters in the brightest possible attire.
The walk started from Tulasi Thota near Central Railway Station to Town Hall in Bengaluru.
'Pride Parade' is an act of solidarity between the members of the LGBTQIA (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, intersex and asexual) community who voice their need to exercise their freedom, emphasizing their intolerance of growing transphobia.
It couldn't have been better since Nov 20 was also the International Day of Transgender Remembrance.
(Pic credit: Abhishek Sarkar, a citizen journalist)
March to freedom
LGBT community members and their supportes mill Bengaluru roads for the Namma Pride Parade 201 6.
We love thy all
Members pose for pictures as the photographer clicks his way into the parade.
The Rainbow flag
Identifying the diversity in the society, the flag is symbol of strength and unity among the LGBT community members.
We are one!
A woman marching in the Namma Pride Parade 2016.
A mission that holds people together
‘Pride Parade' was organised as an act of solidarity across the entire LGBTQIA (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, intersex and asexual) community.
BOOM is the word!
The walk started from Tulasi Thota near City Railway Station to Town Hall in Bengaluru on Sunday 20th November 2016.
A kiss of pride
LGBT community members show their affection in public, exercising their freedom to show affection toward others.
Back it up with pride
Namma Pride Parade 2016 was deliberately scheduled on the International Day of Transgender Remembrance.
The smile of confidence
'Demonetise the Patriarchy' they say. Holding placards of freedom, they march to their pride of being unique.
Engrossed for a cause?
Women and men alike participate in the Namma Pride Parade 2016.