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Marriage is a social institution, and of course, uniformity is essential to build and maintain it. Weddings are the most celebrated occasions all over the world, irrespective of nation, culture, and boundaries. Indians are an excited lot and treat weddings and marriages as the most promising part of their lives.Read more
The matrimonial market is the only industry which has developed an indigenous model of business activities after taking careful and meticulous consideration of the conventional, local, social and economic realities.Read more
In any individual’s life journey and milieu, the role of social institutions is of utmost importance. Such an institution is ‘marriage.’ Be it a liberal society or a conservative one, the concept of marriage is present in almost all kind of societies across the world albeit in different forms.Read more
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India's 1st matrimonial platform linked with Aadhaar, announces the launch of its mobile app. This user friendly App, available for both iOS and Android users, aims to bring together all Indians searching for a matrimonial match on a single platform. It is available for users based in India and abroad.
LoveVivah.com has announced the launch of its mobile app, empowering users with easy and handy access to search for their soul mate. Available for both, Android and iOS users, and the user-friendly app is created with an aim to bring together single Indians, living in different parts of India as well as abroad.Read more
The Indian matrimonial industry is growing at a decent pace with average growth between 20 percent-30 percent year-on-year.Such a promising growth is a clear reflection of increasing trust in this sector. More and more people are now encouraged to register on matrimonial sites.Read more
More choice, convenience and privacy are some of the reasons why youngsters are opting for online matchmaking options and are more open about it, according to a new survey.Read more
The singles of the millennium city prefer to search for a life partner through matrimonial sites, over waiting for relatives to suggest a good match. This has been revealed in a survey in which around 9,500 people, including 6350 males and 3150 females from Gurugram, shared their preferences.Read more