Indian parents post their children's profiles on the matrimonial Web sites, which have become a successful business in India over the last decade.Some of the most popular matrimonial Web sites are shaadi.com, and (in Hindi, shaadi means wedding, Bharat means India and jeevansathi means life partner)."We had a major argument after that," said Deokule, 30, who works as a software consultant in Kansas City, Mo.Eventually, Deokule said, his parents managed to persuade him to leave the profile up on the matrimonial Web site.We are regularly approached by venues looking to have the cheekiest in the world of dating to their spots.We say yes to a very few - limiting it to locales that are at once casually hip and wonderfully flirty.For this crowd, arrangement through parents is too old school and openly dating is too new school.
If we meet a dater we don't think you'll fancy meeting, we'll say 'No thank you' so you don't have to.A fabulous way to visit or re-visit some of the best the city has to offer.As a reporter for LA Talk said, “ I walked through the venue without even noticing the tables of daters; events are so chic and low key you might just walk right by.” We couldn’t have said it better ourselves. Much like a private club, not every dater is for us.So, the next best thing is the annual ISNA convention.The objective of this ravenous love-seeking horde is so obvious now that the nights have been deemed “Club ISNA.” (A club scene developing at the largest Muslim conference in the country is the definition of ironic.) When you get a group of single Muslim men and women in their 20’s and 30’s together in one city, the ISNA convention serves simply as a social catalyst for finding a partner — or at least a few more Facebook friends, preferably of the opposite sex. Despite this obvious flaw in the design, the place is packed with eligible women.