Cities like Mumbai, Delhi, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Chennai, Pune, Kolkata, and others, are well set up for this. Indians by and large are still quite traditional in the way they look for partners.In fact, I have friends from India who have arranged marriages.Also, a woman (or man) who doesn’t have a lot written in her profile is a red flag for me.In my experience, the more boring the profile, the more boring the person. is owned by my favorite online dating conglomerate, Cupid Media.How to Locate Potential Matches Locating a potential match will take you down one of two roads: browsing Indian Cupid’s recommended matches (gathered based on you previously chosen criteria), or putting together a detailed search of your own (narrowed down by age, location, education, etc.) How to Communicate with Other Members If you’re serious about connecting with people on Indian Cupid, I recommend you bite the bullet and pay for a premium membership.Basic messaging options between Standard members will turn some heads your way, but no words will be exchanged.However, if you are looking for a site with more women/men that actually live in India and have a more traditional point of view when it comes to the dating/relationship/courtship process, then take a look at the #2 site I mention below.
Like Bharat Matrimony, Shaadi is pretty much exclusively for Indians looking to marry other Indians.
As is the case with all the Cupid Media sites, you will need to pay if you want access to all of the expanded features of the site, including the ability to initiate a conversation.
But, if you have limited time and money and can only pay for one dating site, this one is it.
Our vision, which has been set in motion by Desi Cupid, is a world where one can make new friends, find dates & have fun by being a part of Fropper.
Just as one refers to an address book to find contact numbers, people will refer to Fropper and find friends instantly.
It is geared towards single Non-resident Indians (i.e. I’d have to guess based on my experience with this site that greater than 80% of the members of this site are Indians who live in the United States, the UK, Canada, or Australia.