When an Indian woman wants to date or find like-minded people, where does she go? She might be introduced to a potential date by a friend, or her parents, but lately, like women in many countries around the world, she probably just reaches for Tinder. There are an estimated million mobile internet users in India. Little wonder, then, that dating apps have been such a hit with urban Indians. Tinder launched in the country in , and with its rapidly growing mobile-friendly demographic, India has taken to swiping in a big way; after the app saw a percent increase in downloads in the country last year, India is currently the dating app's biggest market in Asia. A recent ad even positions Tinder as something parents—who have long been involved in more traditional matches in India—might approve of.
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Some of our readers are dead against teens dating, while others think that it just cannot be prohibited because parents want to. Hence, they suggest that teens should be told about the consequences and dangers of risky behaviour while on dates. They opine parents should handle teens and their relationships with much care, understanding and openness. This love adds richness and happiness to our lives. It makes us feel important, understood and secure.
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The only problem is that your partner hails from that part of the world known as South Asia: You found a brilliant, well-educated, polite and devoted guy but…you had no idea this wonderful person came from an overly-protective, slightly judgmental, and hostile family. You will face an emotionally manipulative and aggressive force like no other: Indian parents and most South Asian parents are against intercultural or interracial marriages.