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Social taboo of late marriage and remarriages wearing away slowly: Jeevansathi study

A study by Info Edge India’s matrimonial site Jeevansathi.com has revealed that there are a considerable number of single/divorced/widowed Indian women who are open to start their life afresh at the age of 50 and above. According to Jeevansathi, this clearly shows that the social taboo of late marriage and remarriages is wearing away slowly.

A study by Info Edge India’s matrimonial site Jeevansathi.com has revealed that there are a considerable number of single/divorced/widowed Indian women who are open to start their life afresh at the age of 50 and above. According to Jeevansathi, this clearly shows that the social taboo of late marriage and remarriages is wearing away slowly.

Interestingly, 70 per cent of these profiles on the site are posted by the individual herself. A look at the demographics of the profiles shows that 60 per cent of these profiles are women based in India, while 40 per cent of them are NRIs. It was also found that almost all the women have initiated contact with males who were within the age bracket of 45 to 70 years.

Rohit Manghnani, business head, Jeevansathi.com, has said, “With changing times people are more willing to accept the concept of second marriages. Matrimonial sites are therefore the perfect destination for mature couples to find their partners which match their choice and demands along with maintaining the desired privacy of information flow.”

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