New Show: Netflix’s Indian Matchmaking

I had the pleasure of binge watching this new Netflix series called, Indian Matchmaking over the weekend and I was blown away. I saw a few of my friends talking about it on social media and I was so surprised that I would like this show. I have dear friends that are Indian, and they are my neighbors. I’ve been knowing them for years. They had an arranged marriage. My friend said he had never laid on eyes on his future wife but that he trusted his parents. He lived here in Atlanta and his future wife lived back in Pakistan. He said he was nervous but eventually when he met her they really liked each other.

They have now been married for over 10 years and have two beautiful children. I guess if it works for you then go for it, I just don’t know if I could do that but so many cultures still practice this type of arranged marriages till this day! This show was refreshing and you get to see so many things in the Indian culture and how they value love and relationships, it’s definitely a must-see for sure! Check out the trailer of Indian Matchmaker inside, it premiered on Netflix July 16th, you wanna watch this show! 

What happens when you’re ready to meet someone but the dating apps feel superficial and aren’t yielding the desired results? Meet the single millennials who have decided that it’s time to revisit methods from the past and look to the experts. Over 8 episodes, elite Indian matchmaker Sima Taparia learns about her clients with painstaking precision – from interests and ambitions to in-depth astrological readings – as she guides them towards their perfect match. From Houston to Chicago to Mumbai, these young singles go on sometimes fun, sometimes awkward first dates – often with their family in tow – to discover whether these good-on-paper matches can turn into a love that lasts a lifetime.

Vyasar (L), Manisha Dass (R)

Matchmaker Sima Taparia guides clients in the U.S. and India in the arranged marriage process, offering an inside look at the custom in a modern era.

Photo Credit: Courtesy of Netflix

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