Indian site for online dating
They were searching for the right ‘alliance,’ as they say in India.
Agnihotri, who met her husband at that Holi party, started to work on the site, and decided that instead of matching people based on an algorithm, the site screens all applications, and then hosts a curated meet-up for new members.
Clients sign up in person and take home print-outs of the profiles they’re interested in. The founder of Tamil Matrimony, Murugavel Janakiraman, said it’s easy. “The future of the country depends on its citizens,” he said. Good parenting comes out of good marriage.” And so, he argued, his ‘Matrimony’ sites are creating a healthy future for the whole country.
The model is familiar to anyone who’s been online dating in the United States: you make a series of selections to narrow down your search.
(Also see: Beyond the norm: Matrimony sites that focus on small groups reap big benefits) Varsha Agnihotri came up with the idea of starting Footloose No More four years ago, when she was at a Holi party.
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.