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Call it anthropological curiosity; call it a metric of my own narcissism.
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.
It also runs a portal for wealthy Indians called Elitematrimony.com, besides separate websites for Arabs, Sri Lankans, Bangladeshis, and Pakistanis.
saw a 22% increase in the number of profiles listed on its website last year, and Janikaraman expects this number to surge as internet access becomes more affordable.
It makes money largely through subscriptions—you can create a profile on the site for free but need to be a paid member to contact someone you are interested in.
Janakiraman’s dating app, Matchify, didn’t have many takers either and was discontinued within a year of its launch in 2015.
The online dating scene in India is primarily matrimonial websites, predicated on the idea that the first meeting between two paired users will be to chat about their wedding.