The Section 377 of the Indian Penal Code states that if a is person making physical relationship against the order of nature
with any man, woman or animal will be punished with imprisonment of life or with or with imprisonment of either description for a term which may extend to ten years, and shall also be liable to fine.
Section 377 of Indian Penal Code was introduced at the time when British ruled India
it was modeled on the Buggery Act 1533 which criminalizes sexual acts which are against the law of nature which also included homosexual activities.
It was decriminalized in the year 2009 with respect to the physical relationship between committed adults.
However, the judgment has been overturned in the year 4 year later on 11 December 2013 by the supreme court of India.
In the year 2017, the Supreme Court made right to privacy a fundamental right for all, called for equality and condemned discrimination, stated that the protection of sexual orientation lies at the core of the fundamental rights and that the rights of the LGBT population are real and founded on constitutional doctrine.