Call Us Call Us : +91-11-47652233
Matrimonial Sites

  • Keeping The Maiden Name After Marriage
    By: Palak Gupta | In: Matrimonial Sites |Last Updated: 2017-02-13

    Indian women have always had two identities! No, don’t get that in the wrong way. What’s being talked about here is nothing more than their names. They’ve shared two identities because of their names. If you have also grown up in one of the typical households of India then changing of name...

    Read More »

  • The Changing Trends In Marriages
    By: Palak Gupta | In: Matrimonial Sites |Last Updated: 2016-11-15

    Marriage is a bond of two people who decide to spend their whole life with each other. Since traditional times, marriages have been an important part of the human society. Be it any country, community or religion, marriages are the foundation of human relations. There is a famous saying that...

    Read More »

  • Online Matrimonial Services
    By: Palak Gupta | In: Matrimonial Sites |Last Updated: 2013-07-30

    The busy schedules of today's young generation rarely give them time to look for love in leisure. And parents feel helpless when they cannot find a suitable match for their children. Online Matrimonial Services are of great help for them. Matrimonial Sites offer the widest number of possible...

    Read More »

  • Tips To Create Online Matrimonial Profile
    By: Palak Gupta | In: Matrimonial Sites |Last Updated: 2013-07-23

    Marriage is the most important thing in everybody's life. Success of a marriage totally depends on the compatibility of the two partners. However, before that comes finding a suitable match. Matrimonial Sites are of great help for finding a soul mate. One just needs to have a good Online Mat...

    Read More »

  • Matrimonial Sites & Indian Marriages
    By: Palak Gupta | In: Matrimonial Sites |Last Updated: 2013-02-15

    As opposed to the western culture, Indian marriages are considered a union between two families, rather than just a relationship between two individuals. Till very recently, arranged marriages were the norm here, where the family (parents, relatives, elders in the family) of the prospective ...

    Read More »

Load More