Some writers and scholars have dared to reveal the rich history of queer Indian mythology, from gender-changing gods to kings who fall in kings, but usually they're part of the Indian Diaspora, living in North America or Europe.
Devdutt Pattanaik lives in Mumbai, where he is an expert on economics and business management. And in his spare time, he writes about Hindu mythology.
With a recognition of gender-atypical and gay-positive Hindu mythology:
Shikhandi, and Other Tales They Don't Tell You
The Pregnant King
His popular introduction to the god Shiva has been adapted into a television series, Devon Ke Dev...Mahadev (Lord of Lords, Mahadev), with 140 episodes so far. The main cast includes:
1. Mohit Raina as Shiva
3. Alpesh Dhakan as Ganesha
Plus gods, sages, kings, queens, demons, and monsters.
You can see some episodes on youtube. It's in Hindi, but there's substantial beefcake and some soulful looks. No doubt gay subtexts.
Or even texts.
See also: The Top 10 Public Penises of Hinduism