There are many trans women models in India who are breaking barriers and inspiring others. Here are a few of the most well-known:

  • Naaz Joshi is a trans woman model, activist, and motivational speaker. She is the first transgender woman to win an international beauty pageant, Miss World Diversity 2017.

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Naaz Joshi, trans woman model in India

  • Nitasha Biswas is a trans woman model who won the first Miss Trans Queen India pageant in 2017. She has since appeared in several fashion magazines and walked the runway for several designers.

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Nitasha Biswas, trans woman model in India

  • Anjali Ameer is a trans woman model who has appeared in several television commercials and music videos. She is also a vocal advocate for transgender rights.

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Anjali Ameer, trans woman model in India

  • Navya Singh is a trans woman model who has appeared in several fashion magazines and walked the runway for several designers. She is also a rising star in the Indian film industry.

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Navya Singh, trans woman model in India

  • Gauri Arora is a trans woman model who has appeared in several reality TV shows. She is also an advocate for transgender rights and is working to break down stereotypes about transgender people.

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Gauri Arora, trans woman model in India

These are just a few of the many trans women models who are making waves in India. They are breaking down barriers and inspiring others to live their truth.

While I don’t have access to real-time information or specific data on transgender models in India, it is worth noting that the representation of transgender individuals in various industries, including the fashion and modeling industry, has been increasing over the years. Efforts have been made to promote inclusivity and diversity, and there have been notable advancements in the visibility of transgender models globally.

In India, there have been instances of transgender models and individuals breaking barriers and making strides in the fashion and entertainment industry. For example, in 2017, Anjali Lama became the first transgender model to walk the runway at Lakm√© Fashion Week, one of India’s most prestigious fashion events. Since then, there have been more opportunities for transgender models to showcase their talent and contribute to the fashion industry.

It’s important to acknowledge that the representation of transgender individuals, including transgender models, is still limited, and there is ongoing work to be done to create more inclusive spaces. However, as society continues to evolve and embrace diversity, it is likely that we will see further progress in the visibility and inclusion of transgender models in India and around the world.