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If they are allowed to date they are generally only allowed to date other Indians who either are family friends, same last name, same village, same religion, or some type of doctor.
For many parents the disproval rests on the fear that the values and traditions of a mixed relationship will negate the passing down of religious and cultural values as well as traditions for future generations and as a result would end that legacy.
Indian parents are very, very strict about who their children are allowed to hang around with or date.
In a lot of cases they aren't even allowed to date at all (this usually pertains to girls).
In general, the people of India tend to marry within their community whether that community exists within India or those of Indian decent living in other countries.
While arranged marriages are still common in India, love marriages have gained in popularity.
However Indians choose to meet, date and marry, one thing is clear.
Our parents and our society encourage singles to go out with a number of different people.
We are encouraged to date people that are similar to us in their religion, values, and socio-economic status and also who different from ourselves.
You have a variety of options for meeting other Indian singles.
These websites can be used by families arranging marriages as well as singles looking for a mate on their own.