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It is way too short, but ya know me. Story behind this A festival which has its base rooted into the depths of the Mahabharatha war, Krishna's cunningness and the noble nature of a very valiant young man. Hijras have a recorded history in the Indian subcontinent from antiquity onwards as suggested by the Kama Sutra period. This history features a number of well-known roles within subcontinental cultures, part gender-liminal, part spiritual and part survival. Krishna is flooded with relief. Using his divine powers, he comes to know that Aravaan is indeed a warrior par excellence, full of good qualities and excellent character. "He would make the perfect sacrifice to Kali", Krishna thought and he beckoned Aravaan to come with him. He introduced Aravaan to the Pandavas including to Arjuna, his father (what weirdness!!!) and praised the sacrificial qualities of Aravaan. "So you will be sacrificed to the Goddess at the dawn of war, tomorrow. Purify yourself mentally and physically and prepare for the day. Long live your sacrifice", Krishna told Aravaan and turned to leave. Nepal, Pakistan, India, and Bangladesh have all legally recognized the existence of a third gender, including on. "I am Aravaan, the son of Arjuna, born to the Naaga princess Chithrangadha, through an illicit wedlock. I have come here to help bring victory to my father and his brothers. And if I can indeed help them win by sacrificing myself, then I am ready to die." he proclaimed. An unusual ladyboy stories is that of Muay Thai boxer Parinya Kiatbusaba, better known by her nickname of Nong Toom. He would enter the weigh-in wearing full make up, and sometimes a wig, and goad his opponents by blowing kisses and generally acting effeminately. One of the reasons he entered the sport was to pay for a sex change operation. In 1999, at the age of 19, he underwent sex-change surgery in Bangkok, and reappeared as a statuesque and pretty female. She was now forbidden to fight, and took up a career in entertainment. A film called Beautiful Boxer was made about her life. This chapter in the Mahabharatha forms the central theme of the 18 day festival at Koovagam. The small shrine at Koovagam is dedicated to none other than Aravaan himself and he is worshipped as Koothandavar. The 18 day festival celebrates the final days of Aravaan's life, right up to his brave sacrifice on the 18th day. The highlight of the festival happens to be the marriage of Aravaan. The transgenders who gather here are the self-proclaimed brides of Aravaan. They claim themselves to be incarnations of Krishna, who was a man trapped inside a woman's body, when he seduced Aravaan, just like the transgenders themselves. The first 15 days of the festival pass in dancing, singing and merrymaking, the transgenders putting up colourful and lively performances. All through the 18 days, a gigantic head of Aravaan is made and painted with the greatest care within the temple precincts. I love showing off a little leg. Happy Friday Flickr!!! Since the late 20th century, some hijra activists and Western non-government organizations (NGOs) have lobbied for official recognition of the hijra as a kind of "third sex" or "third gender," as neither man nor woman.[15] Hijras have successfully gained this recognition in Bangladesh and are eligible for priority in education.[16] In India, the Supreme Court in April 2014 recognised hijra and transgender people as a 'third gender' in law.[17][18][19]. You seem to be using an unsupported browser. Please update to get the most out of Flickr. The small hamlet of Koovagam is present in the Vizhuppuram district of Tamil Nadu, making it virtually a 'nothing'. However, once a year this tiny village turns into the biggest camp for transgenders from all over the country. They gather in flocks to take part in the rituals of the festival which lasts for 18 days, culminating on chitra pournami (april-may). All along his way back his mind was filled with a single thought, "Is there anyone. Anyone else, other than Arjuna who can match the requirements of sacrifice? Anyone at all?" He pleaded, only to be met by a stunning silence. Krishna's heart shattered at the thought of losing a dear friend. He felt light headed and started to sway with dizziness, when a voice cut through his haziness. "Am I eligible to be sacrificed?" the voice asked. Looking for the source of the voice, Krishna's eyes land on a very handsome man, dressed as a warrior and bearing resemblances to Arjuna. "Who are you, may I know?" questioned Krishna, as hope revived in his heart. The word "hijra" is an Urdu word derived from the Semitic Arabic root hjr in its sense of "leaving one's tribe,"[12] and has been borrowed into Hindi. The Indian usage has traditionally been translated into English as "eunuch" or "hermaphrodite," where "the irregularity of the male genitalia is central to the definition."[13] However, in general hijras are born with typically male physiology, only a few having been born with intersex variations.[14] Some Hijras undergo an initiation rite into the hijra community called nirwaan, which refers to the removal of the penis, scrotum and testicles.[11]. On the 17th day, the priest does special poojas to the idol of Aravaan and bringing upon the power of Aravaan on himself, he ties the mangalsutra (the sacred marital thread) around the neck of all the transgenders present there. They are now the wives of Aravaan, just for the night. A gala feast is organised which is followed by a night full of merrymaking, laughter and dance. The gigantic head of Aravaan is mounted on a chariot and taken around the village. "One moment my lord, I have but a few wishes to be granted before I die. Will you grant them?" Aravaan asked Krishna. "Why don't you try me?" Krishna winked mischievously at Aravaan." My lord", began Aravaan," I have had the good fortune to enjoy much in life, but before I die, I would like to enjoy the heat of a woman. I wish to die a married man, my lord." Krishna is stunned. Which woman would marry a man who is going to the sacrificial altar the very next day? Probably none. No woman is crazy to throw her life away."We will manage that", he assured Aravaan, "Anything else?"."Yes my lord, I would like to witness the entire war unfold, in my physical body and I would also like to fight on the Pandava side for a minimum of three weeks. Is that agreeable?" It was here that the jealousy of Krishna kicked in. He knew that Aravaan was an excellent warrior and if he was allowed to fight there would be no need of any of the Pandavas or Krishna himself. "ParthaPuthra, what is 'three weeks' to a man like you? You can probably crush the entire enemy forces in three and a two third minutes. You will be able to fight on the Pandava side for those three and a two third minutes." Aravaan agreed, charmed by Krishna's flattery and speech. "If that is all, you can follow me to meet your bride, who will be your wife tonight and your widow in some days." Krishna commanded. In South Asia, many hijras live in well-defined and organised all-hijra communities, led by a guru.[8][9] These communities have sustained themselves over generations by "adopting" boys who are in abject poverty, rejected by, or flee, their family of origin.[10] Many work as sex workers for survival.[11]. They are sometimes referred to as ladyboys, or as sao (or phuying) praphet song ("a second kind of woman"), or phet thee sam (third sex). The word kathoey is thought to be of Khmer origin.The term "kathoey" is not an exact equivalent of the modern western transwoman— it suggests that the person is a type of male, unlike the term sao praphet song, which suggests a female sex identity, or phet thee sam, which suggests a third gender. War between the Pandavas and Kauravas was imminent. There was no way that a war could be averted, thus saving millions of innocent human lives. Krishna, as the protector of the universe was worried about the outcome of the war. It was true that he could intervene with his divine powers and avert catastrophe, but humans are required to decide their own fates. That's what the vedas and shastras say. But still, he wanted the Pandavas to win the war, for he was on their side and their doings were just and moral. This would be the ultimate "Good wins over Bad" story if it went along as he desired. Annual Transgender festival @ Koovagam, Viluppuram, Tamilnadu, April 2013. The term kathoey or katoey (Thai: กะเทย, IPA: [kaʔtʰɤːj]) generally refers to a male-to-female trans gender person or an effeminate gay male in Thailand. They are sometimes referred to as ladyboys, ladymen or as sao (or phuying) praphet song ("a second kind of woman"), or phet thee sam (third sex). The word kathoey is thought to be of Khmer origin.The term "kathoey" is not an exact equivalent of the modern western transwoman— it suggests that the person is a type of male, unlike the term sao praphet song, which suggests a female sex identity, or phet thee sam, which suggests a third gender. I'd like over 100 comments on this my s-hot!!!:). [ASKDEEIPSNPPET-21-23] The 'Muslim' parties have told the Bench they were willing to participate in the process of mediation. But counsel for Ramlalla Virajman and Mahant Suresh Das have opposed the proposal, saying mediation had been attempted in the past and had not succeeded. Rafale 'stolen' files: From 'jhoot, boot' campaign to 'chhuppa rustam'; how Oppn reacted. Smriti Irani distributed shoes in Amethi to belittle Rahul: Priyanka. Supreme Court verdict tomorrow on whether to refer Ayodhya dispute for mediation. In its last hearing on Wednesday, a five-judge Constitution Bench headed by Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi and comprising Justices S A Bobde, D Y Chandrachud, Ashok Bhushan and S Abdul Nazeer, had reserved its order. Those in power should listen to people, fulfil Ram Temple demand: Bhaiyyaji Joshi. Shiv Sena rally today, Uddhav Thackeray may raise Ram temple issue. and asked the parties involved to suggest names of possible mediators. You are assuming that there can only be one outcome. Are you not saying it's going to be a failure even before we have ordered it. That is not fair Supreme Court. The verdict will be delivered at 10.30 am in the court of the Chief Justice of India, the Supreme Court notification said. (File). 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The verdict will be delivered at 10.30 am in the court of the Chief Justice of India, the Supreme Court notification said. "Don't tell us history. We have also read history. Don't tell us what we already know. We have no control over what happened in the past of Babar and so we cannot undo that. We can only undo what exists in the present moment and that's the dispute," Justice S A Bobde observed. Sabha constituency details as well as where Narendra Modi and. 2019 The Indian Express Ltd. All Rights Reserved. Download the Indian Express apps for iPhone, iPad or Android. Supreme Court verdict tomorrow on whether to refer Ayodhya dispute for mediation. campaigning in the Lok Sabha Election. On Twitter, follow @Decision2019 for the latest news and. In its last hearing on Wednesday, a five-judge Constitution Bench headed by Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi and comprising Justices S A Bobde, D Y Chandrachud, Ashok Bhushan and S Abdul Nazeer, had reserved its order.