Wish You All a Happy Diwali!

Diwali, the festival of lights means a row of lamps. It’s one of the most important festivals in India. Diwali is celebrated to mark the victory of good over evil and light over darkness. This is one festival that creates a magical and radiant effect in the atmosphere with beautiful fire crackers. That’s why it’s called the festival of lights. Read More…

Posted by Shaadilive on 22/10/2014 in Events | Post A Comment
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18 Signs That You Are a Shaadi.com Employee

Shaadi.com has turned a year older and is celebrating it’s 18th Anniversary. So we thought of listing down 18 signs that prove you are a committed Shaadi.com employe…

1. The word ‘Match’ means much more to you than a game of cricket

2. When you meet people you like, you want to “express interest” in them Read More…

Posted by Shaadilive on 20/10/2014 in Shaadi Tips | Post A Comment
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Winners of the #FastForHer Contest Are…

We’d like to thank all of you for your overwhelming response to our #FastForHer contest. After going through thousands of amazing entries our internal jury liked these 7 entries the best. Based on the quality of the entries, the internal jury also voted on the prizes that each entry deserved. Read More…

Posted by Shaadilive on 17/10/2014 in #ShaadiTrivia | Post A Comment

It’s International Girl Child Day!

The International Day of the Girl Child is celebrated on 11 October every year, a day designated by the United Nations for promoting the rights of girls, and addressing the unique challenges they face. Read More…

Posted by Shaadilive on 11/10/2014 in Events | Post A Comment

Shaadi.com is Back With The ‘Mother Of All Contests’

Marriage is a beautiful bond between a man and a woman, a life-long commitment like no other. What completes this wonderful companionship is love, respect, commitment, understanding and equality. Read More…

Posted by Shaadilive on 10/10/2014 in Shaadi Buzz | Post A Comment
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Survey: 60% Men Think Nagging Ruins a Relationship

As common as nagging may be, turns out it’s still harmful to your relationship. In fact, a survey by a popular website found that 60% of men and 44% of women respondents consider nagging a problem in their relationship.  Only 15% of respondents say they’re good at resolving conflicts as a couple. Read More…

Posted by Shaadilive on 07/10/2014 in Product Updates | Post A Comment