We are proud to announce the launch of our magazine – “Maya”.
[Maya – ‘love’ in Nepali, ‘courage and bravery’ (Maia) in Maori, , ‘illusion’ in Sanskrit]
Maya is an initiative of the LGBTQI community of O.P. Jindal Global University, Sonipat. We aim to serve as a platform for queer visibility and engagement. We wish to generate awareness about gender and sexuality, and at the same time become aware of the uncharted territories of non-conformity. We are here to represent you, at the same time be represented by your voices, writings, art and photography. We hope to reflect upon the past, challenge the present and drive the future. We are into the stories of activism, the exhilaration of coming out, the struggle of closeted living, the complications of self-identity, or even the mundane experiences of ordinary life, and beyond.
So what is your story? We are listening.
The editorial team of Maya consists of five students Aishwarya Singh, Meenakshi Ramkumar, Mishika Chowdhary and Srivatsan Mannivanan and Prakhya CV, students of O.P. Jindal Global University, Sonipat.
Disclaimer: Maya is a student run magazine. The opinions expressed on the website posts are personal opinions of the authors. The facts and opinions appearing in the posts do not reflect the views of the Editorial Board of Maya or O.P. Jindal Global University.