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They would fix the marriage based on caste, gothra, religion, family background, etc.
But now the scenario has changed and it is the youngsters who are taking this decision for themselves.
Dating apps, she said, are the hottest tool for matchmaking among her friends and cousins.
For the original digital-era matchmakers — matrimonial websites such as Bharat Matrimony and Shaadi.com, both founded in 1997 — that coolness factor and the growing casual acceptance of dating apps in otherwise tradition-bound small cities and towns have emerged as a giant threat.
These sites began life as digital brokers for parents seeking a match for children, a practice rapidly waning.