Indian dating sites shaadi matrimonial
Their growth is fuelled by India's large Internet user base and its overwhelmingly young population (65% of Indians are under the age of 35).
The number of online users in India was projected to hit 402 million by December 2015, with many of them being young.
The Indian government is planning to introduce a set of guidelines to ensure that the country's matrimonial websites aren't "misused" for anything other than the intent of marriage, and especially not used as dating platforms.
“We have approved the standards to check cheating on such websites,” India’s minister for communications and information technology Ravi Shankar Prasad said.
It has a modern, user-friendly design, with multi-lingual interface and translation services and tools that break-down barriers enabling you to find love, whether locally in the UK or in India.
You can browse many Non Resident Indian (NRI) singles profiles and communicate with them via chat, email, video or instant messaging.
Like online dating platforms, these websites use data like age, location and profession to match users, but include traditional factors like caste and religion, which are vital to arranged marriages in India.
The two biggest matrimonial websites, Bharat Matrimony and Shaadi, have a combined 2.6 million users.