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Indian Dating: Communicate Communicate, communicate, communicate. Look beyond the label of “Indian” and get to know your date from scratch, ignoring all preconceived ideas about what an Indian date will be like.
The woman, who is divorced but says she would love to be married again, describes herself as being ‘on the wrong side of 45 with a brace of kids’ and bewails her place in ‘relationship no-man’s land’, condemned to be alone for the rest of her days.
Her outpourings, which convey with unflinching honesty the huge difficulties older women can face finding a man, have caused quite a stir on women’s internet chat forums.
They have certainly proved a talking point among my single women friends.
‘I almost wept when I read her blog about going to a wonderful party hoping to meet someone,’ my friend Ruthie explained. You know you are being unrealistic and that it won’t happen — yet when it doesn’t, you can’t help being disappointed.’Ruthie is 47 and one of the most attractive women — of any age — that I know.
‘I have a friend in her late 30s who lives with, and has children by, a man in his mid-60s.
This should give you the freedom to communicate just as clearly about where you hope and/or expect the relationship to lead.
While everyone has the potential to play games, Indian culture traditionally takes the quest for a mate quite seriously and doesn’t look fondly on casual dating. A danger in dating someone from the same culture as you is the assumption that you value the same things. Talk about your cultures, your friends, your families, and your histories. How do you see each other fitting into each other’s worlds?
Each person will define “Indian dating” differently, but there are some things to consider when seeking a relationship with someone from India.
Indian Dating: Tradition and Family Indian culture is rich in tradition, with family life highly valued.