Indian dating and matrimonial

10-Sep-2019 23:55 by 8 Comments

Indian dating and matrimonial

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“Trends are changing, yes, but we are very far from a socio-economic structure where we will accept dating very openly,” Jeevansathi’s Singh said.

So while new-age apps push the boundaries, websites maintain a fine balance.

According to the survey highlights, majority (55 per cent approx.) of the total respondents said they had used a dating app for casual dating, meaningful relationship/connections outside the prescribed norms and traditions.

While about 20 per cent of people said they were using match-making apps as they were more serious about finding a lasting partner.

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While many even said that getting hitched through arranged marriage was both outdated and old-fashioned.

Of these many said that a dating/match-making app makes it easier for them to assess someone based on things like physical appearance, photos/looks, age, weight, complexion, nationality/geographic location, common interests, profession, lifestyle and others which remains totally private to them unlike profiles on matrimony portals which can also be accessed by parents looking for a suitable match for their children based on religion, caste and other related factors.

Of the remaining about 10 per cent said they use match-making apps to interact socially or for networking in ways other than dating and the rest said they had no idea about such mobile apps.

Some of those who had used a dating app said they would prefer using a reliable and free dating app to find their life partner instead of using a matrimonial website or columns of a newspaper.

However, with growing incomes and greater exposure to global trends, romantic relationships are undergoing a huge change in urban India, spurred by the spread of apps like Tinder and Woo.