Many Indian parents and Indian society don't believe in a "trial and error" approach to love. Indian men are more likely to date outside of India than those living in India.
While arranged marriages are still common in India, love marriages have gained in popularity.
However, in Western society, we also are free to choose our dating partners.
Dating for this purpose would not be appropriate in India.
When talking amongst couples and family in India, you should be genuine, respectful and willing to accommodate their family's values, customs and traditions.
India's history dates back over 5,000 years and is rich in culture and tradition.
Five thousand years of tradition is deeply ingrained into the culture, and the choice of a marriage partner is still considered one of the most important life decisions ever made.
Fortunately, the Internet makes it easier to connect with other Indians who share your religion, cultural values and life goals.However, dating in India is for the purpose of "getting to know" your future husband.One of the reasons the notion of dating is still foreign to the Indian people, is because it implies mental and (quite possible) physical contact with many people of the opposite sex.One of the strongest traditions relates to marriage and how couples are brought together.Though some matches are made based on mutual attraction, far more couples are the product of arranged marriages, and casual dating without the firm goal of marriage in mind is simply unheard of.Our parents and our society encourage singles to go out with a number of different people.