Although India has experienced changes in its traditions in part due to Western influences, the culture has held steadfast to many of its traditions and customs.
What applies to one region of India may not apply to another region.
“It seemed completely different on the app and even though he reluctantly agreed to meet at a bar, his behaviour gave it away that our ideas of dating didn’t quite match.” Since then, Sharma has sworn off Tinder.
Too much work If numbers alone are to be trusted, Tinder is flourishing in India.
They play on emotional triggers to get you to provide money, gifts or personal details.This is because India has about 29 states, each with a different language, customs etc.Dating as we Westerners think of it, involves trial and error.“I am no stranger to casual dating or the hook-up culture, but Tinder makes it more superficial by adding that layer of anonymity.You don’t know anything about the person and yet you are supposed to sleep with them on the first date?