Love Online: Mukthar and Dilrukshe

I received a request from Mukhtar on Shaadi.com. I accepted it and we soon started chatting online. Inspite of the time difference in Singapore and Kuwait, we would continue talking all night and chat all day and soon realized that we were in love. Read More…

Posted by Shaadilive on September 1, 2014 in Inspiring Stories | Post A Comment
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Shaadi.com App Gets a Whole New Look

If you are an android user, you must have noticed that the Shaadi.com application has been redefined. This means, the application will now make your partner search much more simpler and fun, due to its new design. Read More…

Posted by Shaadilive on September 1, 2014 in Product Updates | Post A Comment
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Shubh Ganesh Chaturthi!

This is one of the biggest festivals in the Hindu calendar. Ganesh Chaturthi is celebrated in honor of Lord Ganesha – The God of wisdom. It is believed that Lord Ganesha, son of Shiva and Parvati showers his blessings on devotees on this day. Read More…

Posted by Shaadilive on August 29, 2014 in Events | Post A Comment
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Indian Men Like it When a Woman Proposes to Them

Traditionally, it’s the guys who pop the question to take a relationship forward but an increasing number of Indian men now prefer if women make the first move, according to a Shaadi.com survey. The survey was conducted on over 6,500 single Indian men in the age group of 25 to 36 across the country to understand men’s take on relationships. Read More…

Posted by Shaadilive on August 27, 2014 in #ShaadiTrivia | Post A Comment
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4 Benefits Matrimonial Sites Offer

Online matrimonial websites have today become the number one choice for singles to search an ‘ideal’ partner. Even though there is still some apprehension, more and more people are taking interest and looking for their special someone online. Read More…

Posted by Shaadilive on August 27, 2014 in Shaadi Tips | Post A Comment
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Shubh Janmashtami!

 

Krishna Janmashtami also called Gokulashtami celebrates the birth of Lord Krishna, an avatar of the Hindu deity Vishnu. Janmashtami celebrations take place at midnight since Lord Krishna was said to be born then. The idol of Lord Krishna is bathed, adorned in new clothes and jewellery, placed in a cradle and worshiped. Read More…

Posted by Shaadilive on August 18, 2014 in Events | Post A Comment
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