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Read more A big Thank you to the Shaadi team for helping us find each other. It was 5th May 2016, just another regular morning for me going through the profiles on ... Read more Ours is an arranged marriage but I would not agree because I fell in love with her with every day passing. 4th March 2015) Raman accepted my interest on my life changed. Read more I saw her profile and found some connection between us. Catholic Matri is an initiative started by Celine D’Souza and Valerian D’Souza to bridge the gap which exists currently in the Catholic Matrimonial domain. I am really thankful to Wahe Guru Ji, God for blessing me and my family. Read more My profile created by my elder sister and she was managing my profile and my wife's profile created by her elder brother and he was managing her profile. We exchanged our contact numbers and emails on itself. Read more Hello, myself Gurminder Singh from Auckland, New Zealand. The idea of a website that would allow "modern, urban Indians" to choose their own partners and go from dating to perhaps matrimony at their own comfortable pace seemed worth doing.Since she didn't see too many alternatives in India, packaging the site in a "different" format would be the key. Read more Out of all the people in the world Out of all the places Somehow, something brought The two of us together At the right place At the right time ..... In July, 2015 Nova and Vicky likes profile of each other and exchange email. Read more We would like to thank for playing cupid in our lives. Read more I got an interest in my profile from her. Later on we noticed that we are from same hometown.
Call it anthropological curiosity; call it a metric of my own narcissism.
We would like to thank for playing cupid in our lives. Read more I got an interest in my profile from her. Later on we noticed that we are from same hometown. Our journey to find true ends, as our journey to cherish true love begins....
Our journey to find true ends, as our journey to cherish true love begins....
Call it acclimating to the Indian single life after coming of age in the West, where India is often seen as a country of arranged marriages and impenetrable glass ceilings.
If there’s truth to caricature, then call my joining the online matrimony network a modern-day leap onto a bandwagon of millennia-old social custom.“Shaadi” is the Hindi word for wedding; is, intuitively, a wedding arranged via the Internet.