On Our Panel: Leading LGBTQ+ Activists and Speakers

Acceptance, inclusivity and diversity are some of the key ideas these speakers personify as they bring their voice to the LGBTQ+ community. As we celebrate Pride Month, these are some of the leading voices for you to engage with and bring their embracing and often penetrating perspectives to your audience.

Here our most sought-after speakers who explore topics such as inclusivity in the workspace, addressing homophobia and transphobia and the deep societal issues that still plague the LGBTQ+ community in India.

Prince Manvendra created shock waves when he declared himself gay in the media, becoming the first royalty in India to come out of the closet. Passionate about LGBT rights, Manvendra talks about the importance of diversity in the corporate world and how to be more tolerant and accepting, linking them to how he battled societal…

Prince Manvendra Singh Gohil

Social Activist | Chairperson & Co-founder, Lakshya Trust

Vasu is a stand-up comedian, somatic therapy expert, triathlete, and environmentalist who stimulates a knack for creativity in her audience. She has conducted training sessions at reputed organisations like Accenture, Axis Bank, TCS Bangalore and esteemed universities like UCLA, UC Berkeley, Michigan and Bennett College for Women. A woman of many talents, Vasu confers her…

Vasu Primlani

Stand-Up Comedian, Triathlete, Motivational Speaker

Laxmi, once known as the acid attack survivor, is now just Laxmi – a mother, a symbol of courage, hope and love for life. A motivational speaker and messenger for millions of social voices, she has inspired people and emphasised on the strength of inner beauty. Laxmi was only 15 when she was attacked by…

Laxmi Agarwal

Acid Attack Survivor | Motivational Speaker

Devdutt Pattanaik writes on mythology, the study of cultural truths revealed through stories, symbols and rituals. He lectures on the relevance of both Indian and Western myths in modern life. He has authored and illustrated over 50 books, including ABC of Hinduism, Bahubali : 63 insights into Jainism, and Yoga Mythology. Known for his TED…

Devdutt Pattanaik

Author | Mythologist | Belief, Leadership & Culture Consultant

Sushant Divgikar: Actor | Model | Singer | Mr Gay India 2014

Model, actor, singer cum video-jockey, Sushant, who is also popularly called Rani Ko-He-Nur, is a drag icon and India’s first drag artist to be featured on the Forbes 30 Under 30 Asia list. He talks about his own experience, throwing light on the drag culture of India and the socio-cultural issues that still plague the community in the country.