Indian women dating culture
But if you disagree, love was never meant to be fair and square., Indian daters are busy embracing entrancing exams for first dates more difficult than Harvard. A newlylaunched double dating website conducted a study with 1,193 single women in a bid to discover how important their friend's approval is when they start dating a new partner.More than 10 per cent of women would dump a partner if their friends didn't approve of them."You've got mutual friends, you see photos of them with your friends, and you think, 'Hey, this person might be nice, I could consider going on a date with him," says 23-year-old advertising account executive Komal Shah, who is going on a blind date next week.Says ad guru Prahlad Kakkar, "Technology has made life much easier for young people.The current generation is subverting the traditional rules of courtship.So, hook-up is the new dating and marriage is no longer the goal.
Peers decide partners Friends seal the deal in relationships, if we go by current research.Typically, East Indian cultures have much stronger family and matrimonial values when dating is involved than American cultures do.American cultures have a higher standard of freedom in the dating scene as Indian cultures tend to seek their own caste, religion or the approval of their family first.Driven by social media Social media has drastically changed everything about dating.Social networking sites play many roles — connectors of mutual friends, precursors to blind dates, playgrounds for pre-date flirting and re-connectors of exes and long-lost lovers.