I feel the parents ruined it for you. One time we had a conversation for five hours via text. For members of traditional South Asian communities, marriage—in Hindi and Urdu, shaadi —is the single most important event in life. This year, I almost got married to someone I met on Shaadi. But Shaadi bills itself as a site for people who want to marry, not a hangout for promiscuous daters, and it requires that its members indicate skin complexion and religion and caste—decidedly old-fashioned ideas that have created something of an image problem. I first connected with her in January. They set up my profile and described me as a kind-hearted person, working in Toronto, born and raised in Canada, with good family values, well-liked by everyone and known to be very down-to-earth.
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Sign up for Single in the City's Matchmaking Club today and get a ticket to an upcoming speed dating event for free Limited time offer Price: There are no refunds or credits for people who show up late. They set up my profile and described me as a kind-hearted person, working in Toronto, born and raised in Canada, with good family values, well-liked by everyone and known to be very down-to-earth. He was tall, fair skinned, a bit geeky. She was attractive, we had great chemistry, and we laughed a lot. I met my husband through my parents, who arranged my marriage.