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Indian Dating: Tradition and Family Indian culture is rich in tradition, with family life highly valued.

If you’re not Indian and your date is, celebratory social occasions and family events will likely become part of your life.

His ego and his gang insist he is God’s answer to you, if not all women kind. If the romance continues, the next showing will be the light-green monster, the brother of jealousy (he is the dark green one), Mr Possessiveness.

He will want an account of every second you are not together.

It is still a male dominated society and women are not treated with the same dignity that they are in the western world.This is especially the case if that person happens to be from a nation that has extremely different customs than you have.When considering dating an Indian, there are certain things you should be aware of.Just the phrase “Dating Indian Men” is enough for a tumult of reactions, much like shouting “Fire” in a crowded area.

Some people will run away to avoid getting into a discussion; Some will just stand and watch, the rest will have opinions ranging from “What brutes they are! ” and everything in between; Some of us will go on a tangent with comments like “Why date? ” and “Against our ancient culture”, and of course, the inevitable “From Sita to Draupadi, the woman is the source of all problems, even with dating.” There will also be quite a few declaring that the problem is not the Indian Men, it is the Indian Woman, leading the poor lamb on and abandoning him at the altar of parental approval. This is doubly true for Indian men, they have not quite evolved from the pack foraging stage of Gorillas.A woman in India still has no choice as to whom she will date or to whom she will be married and will never make decisions of any kind without the prior approval of the man of the family.



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