First Gay Marriage Bureau Set Up in India

An NRI, Benhur Samson, has set up a marriage bureau help gay people in India to find the right match for them.

Rajpipla’s gay prince Manvendrasingh Gohil has been roped as a consultant for the gay marriage bureau along with lawyers to look into the legal aspects of the marriages, including immigration if an Indian marries a person abroad.

Samson owns and operate Surrogacy Abroad Inc, an international surrogacy agency based in Chicago. Samson says, “Several people wanting an arranged marriage were looking for partners from India. The reason seems to that arranged marriages are common in India. Also, Indians are known for their commitment, their loyalty to partners and hard-working nature.”

The bureau has received around 250 inquiries and around 24 people are enrolled with the bureau since it became functional around three months back. Counselling is arranged for those who signup with the agency.

“We take a couple of months to know the person and only then begin the process,” Samson said. He added that to ensure that only serious candidates came forward the bureau charges $5,000, which is refundable if the person does not find a match.

Contact Email : contact@arrangedgaymarriage.com

 

 

 

 

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9 thoughts on “First Gay Marriage Bureau Set Up in India

  1. Looking for a partner to get settle down .My mom is always kneen to know her son in law ….Will someone be able to help me!!!

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  2. Ok, folks. US $5000 to register for what most people with social skills can do themselves? Mr. Samson and his associates are running a business. This has nothing to do with the advancement of our LGBT movement. What is especially unsettling here is raising the hopes (and collecting the fees) of people who would like to emigrate via marriage. I read elsewhere that he has lawyers “looking into the legal aspects of the marriages, including immigration if an Indian marries a person abroad.” Seems like his lawyers should have been ready with answers to legal questions before the first fee was collected. This sounds like a racket.

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