Indian male dating traditions

While seeking a match, the parents prefer to choose a candidate belonging to same or compatible caste and sub-caste.

The parents send out words through that they are looking for a match for their child through their social circle (neighbors and relatives).

Hindus will marry Hindus, while Muslims will look for a match within the Muslim community and Christian families will prefer their children getting married to a Christian.

This is probably to preserve the culture and heritage of their religion as customs and rituals vary greatly between religions.

Culture: The cultural background of the two families is also taken into consideration while fixing a match.

Orthodox families do not prefer to initiate alliances with families who seem permissive and open-minded and vice versa.

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Another survey by IPSOS in 2013, revealed that 74% of young Indians, aged between 18-35 years said that they would rather let their parents choose their life partners, than choosing themselves.

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