In a historic moment, Nepal has registered its first ever same-sex marriage.
On Wednesday Nov. 29, Maya Gurung and Surendra Pandey became the first same-sex couple to officially register their marriage in the country.
Gurung is a transgender woman and Pandey is a man.
They have been together for almost 10 years, and held a wedding ceremony in 2017.
Nepal has made significant progress in LGBTQ rights since 2007.
That year, it ended a ban on gay sex, introduced an official 3rd gender and made LGBTQ discrimination illegal.
Now it has become the second country in Asia to legalize same-sex marriage after Taiwan.