Cultural dating traditions
less(l-r) Avneet Randhawa and her future husband, Navpreet Sharma, who met on an Indian dating app Dil Mil, walk up the stairs at the Press Club as they make their way to meet friends at another bar in San ...
more The app’s modern approach contrasts sharply with the age-old tradition of arranged marriages, a custom still in place in parts of India.
The night before the wedding day, the bride is bathed in citrus-infused water to cleanse her of evil influences…But then one day, while sitting on a beach in Bali with her girlfriends, her phone vibrated.It was a notification from Dil Mil — she had just matched with her future husband.Needless to say, the stars of the wedding are the bride and groom.Isn't it only natural to showcase their lives, and spotlight their love?
Many brides and grooms would love to marry in the tradition of their ancestors or at least introduce elements of a traditional wedding ceremony or reception from their cultural backgrounds.