First Indian Lesbian Wedding

The Logical Indian

March 16th, 2015

It was love at first sight for Shannon and Seema who met each other for the first time at a fitness class six years ago in the US. Now, they have decided to tie the knot in a spectacular wedding.This was the first Indian lesbian wedding to have taken place in America. The vibrant and intimate pictures of the wedding show they both are in deeply love.

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Shannon said that, for her at least, it was love at first sight when they first met at a boot camp fitness class which she was teaching.

In keeping with Hindu tradition, Seema was carried into her wedding on a Doli by her family.Their traditional Indian ceremony featured many ancient traditions, including a traditional interpretation of ‘tying the knot’. Shannon and Seema also exchanged rings.

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