Based Indian, gay partner tie knot in Maharashtra

Hrishi Sathawane from Yavatmal

US-based Indian Engineer Ties The Knot With Gay Lover in Maharashtra

As they say, love always finds a way.

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An engineer from India who lives in the USA married his Vietnamese gay partner at a grand ceremony in Maharastra's Yavatmal, 670 kilometres from Mumbai, just in time to ring in the New Year with more celebrations. Hrishi Mohankumar Sathawane, 40, got married to his partner Vinh, who is from Vietnam, in a traditional ceremony organised at a local hotel on December 30.

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Hrishi, who pursued B-Tech from IIT-Bombay, presently lives in California and also holds a U.S. green card. According to his social media profile, his parents were against his homosexual affiliation, but he succeeded in convincing them to bless him and Vinh. Even if the owners of the hotel confirmed that it was a simple get-together, the FB posts of the gay couple's friends make it clear that the marriage was made official in Yavatmal. The photos have made rounds on social media, with hundreds of likes. Speaking on the matter to The Times of India, Additional SP Amarsingh Jadhav initially said he did not want to comment, however later on he said that an investigation has been ordered.

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