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But youths raised during an era of economic growth and modernization are eagerly embracing Western ideas, and increasingly willing to risk scandal to do so.(Also see: Dating Apps in India - Swipe Right to Find True Love?
Since then the traditional business of marriage has been under serious threat with the rise of websites like Shaadi.com, Jeevansathi.com, Bharat and others.
So much so that it is now predicted that the online marriage business will be worth Rs.1500 crore by 2017.
Aditi Mendiratta's biggest worry as she's swiping left and right is hiding the smartphone notifications that read "Congratulations!
You have a new match" from her parents."They wouldn't be cool with it," the 20-year-old journalism student said, flipping her long black hair out of her face.