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Meet Amit Gokhale and Sameer Samudra, the Indian gay couple who dared to marry

Dailybhaskar.com | Last Modified - May 22, 2015, 04:07 PM IST

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    Marriages and indeed made in heaven, for if they weren't Amit Gokhale and Sameer Samudra, two Indians based in America won't have found love in each other and decided to get married thereafter, despite of the fact that same sex marriages are a taboo in their homeland.
    But the duo, who met through a gay dating website and eventually got married as per traditional Maharashtrian customs haven't had it as easy as it seems. as expected the couple had to really try hard to convince their parents about their individual sexuality and their relationship.
    On the contrary, since the duo were living in together for a long time, settling down with each other wasn't a problem once the parents were convinced.
    Married since September 18, 2010, the sweet couple loves to share the household chores and don't have any gender defining roles bothering them. Well, here's a look at some lovely pictures, straight out of their wedding album and Facebooka account, which will make you realise that love is not bound by gender!
  • +11 See more slides
    Marriages and indeed made in heaven, for if they weren't Amit Gokhale and Sameer Samudra, two Indians based in America won't have found love in each other and decided to get married thereafter, despite of the fact that same sex marriages are a taboo in their homeland.
    But the duo, who met through a gay dating website and eventually got married as per traditional Maharashtrian customs haven't had it as easy as it seems. as expected the couple had to really try hard to convince their parents about their individual sexuality and their relationship.
    On the contrary, since the duo were living in together for a long time, settling down with each other wasn't a problem once the parents were convinced.
    Married since September 18, 2010, the sweet couple loves to share the household chores and don't have any gender defining roles bothering them. Well, here's a look at some lovely pictures, straight out of their wedding album and Facebooka account, which will make you realise that love is not bound by gender!
  • +11 See more slides
    Marriages and indeed made in heaven, for if they weren't Amit Gokhale and Sameer Samudra, two Indians based in America won't have found love in each other and decided to get married thereafter, despite of the fact that same sex marriages are a taboo in their homeland.
    But the duo, who met through a gay dating website and eventually got married as per traditional Maharashtrian customs haven't had it as easy as it seems. as expected the couple had to really try hard to convince their parents about their individual sexuality and their relationship.
    On the contrary, since the duo were living in together for a long time, settling down with each other wasn't a problem once the parents were convinced.
    Married since September 18, 2010, the sweet couple loves to share the household chores and don't have any gender defining roles bothering them. Well, here's a look at some lovely pictures, straight out of their wedding album and Facebooka account, which will make you realise that love is not bound by gender!
  • +11 See more slides
    Marriages and indeed made in heaven, for if they weren't Amit Gokhale and Sameer Samudra, two Indians based in America won't have found love in each other and decided to get married thereafter, despite of the fact that same sex marriages are a taboo in their homeland.
    But the duo, who met through a gay dating website and eventually got married as per traditional Maharashtrian customs haven't had it as easy as it seems. as expected the couple had to really try hard to convince their parents about their individual sexuality and their relationship.
    On the contrary, since the duo were living in together for a long time, settling down with each other wasn't a problem once the parents were convinced.
    Married since September 18, 2010, the sweet couple loves to share the household chores and don't have any gender defining roles bothering them. Well, here's a look at some lovely pictures, straight out of their wedding album and Facebooka account, which will make you realise that love is not bound by gender!
  • +11 See more slides
    Marriages and indeed made in heaven, for if they weren't Amit Gokhale and Sameer Samudra, two Indians based in America won't have found love in each other and decided to get married thereafter, despite of the fact that same sex marriages are a taboo in their homeland.
    But the duo, who met through a gay dating website and eventually got married as per traditional Maharashtrian customs haven't had it as easy as it seems. as expected the couple had to really try hard to convince their parents about their individual sexuality and their relationship.
    On the contrary, since the duo were living in together for a long time, settling down with each other wasn't a problem once the parents were convinced.
    Married since September 18, 2010, the sweet couple loves to share the household chores and don't have any gender defining roles bothering them. Well, here's a look at some lovely pictures, straight out of their wedding album and Facebooka account, which will make you realise that love is not bound by gender!
  • +11 See more slides
    Marriages and indeed made in heaven, for if they weren't Amit Gokhale and Sameer Samudra, two Indians based in America won't have found love in each other and decided to get married thereafter, despite of the fact that same sex marriages are a taboo in their homeland.
    But the duo, who met through a gay dating website and eventually got married as per traditional Maharashtrian customs haven't had it as easy as it seems. as expected the couple had to really try hard to convince their parents about their individual sexuality and their relationship.
    On the contrary, since the duo were living in together for a long time, settling down with each other wasn't a problem once the parents were convinced.
    Married since September 18, 2010, the sweet couple loves to share the household chores and don't have any gender defining roles bothering them. Well, here's a look at some lovely pictures, straight out of their wedding album and Facebooka account, which will make you realise that love is not bound by gender!
  • +11 See more slides
    Marriages and indeed made in heaven, for if they weren't Amit Gokhale and Sameer Samudra, two Indians based in America won't have found love in each other and decided to get married thereafter, despite of the fact that same sex marriages are a taboo in their homeland.
    But the duo, who met through a gay dating website and eventually got married as per traditional Maharashtrian customs haven't had it as easy as it seems. as expected the couple had to really try hard to convince their parents about their individual sexuality and their relationship.
    On the contrary, since the duo were living in together for a long time, settling down with each other wasn't a problem once the parents were convinced.
    Married since September 18, 2010, the sweet couple loves to share the household chores and don't have any gender defining roles bothering them. Well, here's a look at some lovely pictures, straight out of their wedding album and Facebooka account, which will make you realise that love is not bound by gender!
  • +11 See more slides
    Marriages and indeed made in heaven, for if they weren't Amit Gokhale and Sameer Samudra, two Indians based in America won't have found love in each other and decided to get married thereafter, despite of the fact that same sex marriages are a taboo in their homeland.
    But the duo, who met through a gay dating website and eventually got married as per traditional Maharashtrian customs haven't had it as easy as it seems. as expected the couple had to really try hard to convince their parents about their individual sexuality and their relationship.
    On the contrary, since the duo were living in together for a long time, settling down with each other wasn't a problem once the parents were convinced.
    Married since September 18, 2010, the sweet couple loves to share the household chores and don't have any gender defining roles bothering them. Well, here's a look at some lovely pictures, straight out of their wedding album and Facebooka account, which will make you realise that love is not bound by gender!
  • +11 See more slides
    Marriages and indeed made in heaven, for if they weren't Amit Gokhale and Sameer Samudra, two Indians based in America won't have found love in each other and decided to get married thereafter, despite of the fact that same sex marriages are a taboo in their homeland.
    But the duo, who met through a gay dating website and eventually got married as per traditional Maharashtrian customs haven't had it as easy as it seems. as expected the couple had to really try hard to convince their parents about their individual sexuality and their relationship.
    On the contrary, since the duo were living in together for a long time, settling down with each other wasn't a problem once the parents were convinced.
    Married since September 18, 2010, the sweet couple loves to share the household chores and don't have any gender defining roles bothering them. Well, here's a look at some lovely pictures, straight out of their wedding album and Facebooka account, which will make you realise that love is not bound by gender!
  • +11 See more slides
    Marriages and indeed made in heaven, for if they weren't Amit Gokhale and Sameer Samudra, two Indians based in America won't have found love in each other and decided to get married thereafter, despite of the fact that same sex marriages are a taboo in their homeland.
    But the duo, who met through a gay dating website and eventually got married as per traditional Maharashtrian customs haven't had it as easy as it seems. as expected the couple had to really try hard to convince their parents about their individual sexuality and their relationship.
    On the contrary, since the duo were living in together for a long time, settling down with each other wasn't a problem once the parents were convinced.
    Married since September 18, 2010, the sweet couple loves to share the household chores and don't have any gender defining roles bothering them. Well, here's a look at some lovely pictures, straight out of their wedding album and Facebooka account, which will make you realise that love is not bound by gender!
  • +11 See more slides
    Marriages and indeed made in heaven, for if they weren't Amit Gokhale and Sameer Samudra, two Indians based in America won't have found love in each other and decided to get married thereafter, despite of the fact that same sex marriages are a taboo in their homeland.
    But the duo, who met through a gay dating website and eventually got married as per traditional Maharashtrian customs haven't had it as easy as it seems. as expected the couple had to really try hard to convince their parents about their individual sexuality and their relationship.
    On the contrary, since the duo were living in together for a long time, settling down with each other wasn't a problem once the parents were convinced.
    Married since September 18, 2010, the sweet couple loves to share the household chores and don't have any gender defining roles bothering them. Well, here's a look at some lovely pictures, straight out of their wedding album and Facebooka account, which will make you realise that love is not bound by gender!
  • +11 See more slides
    Marriages and indeed made in heaven, for if they weren't Amit Gokhale and Sameer Samudra, two Indians based in America won't have found love in each other and decided to get married thereafter, despite of the fact that same sex marriages are a taboo in their homeland.
    But the duo, who met through a gay dating website and eventually got married as per traditional Maharashtrian customs haven't had it as easy as it seems. as expected the couple had to really try hard to convince their parents about their individual sexuality and their relationship.
    On the contrary, since the duo were living in together for a long time, settling down with each other wasn't a problem once the parents were convinced.
    Married since September 18, 2010, the sweet couple loves to share the household chores and don't have any gender defining roles bothering them. Well, here's a look at some lovely pictures, straight out of their wedding album and Facebooka account, which will make you realise that love is not bound by gender!

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