Hindu Online Dating: The Final Selection Process
One of the most difficult parts of Hindu online dating is the selection process. Even when you have plenty of potential dating partners with which you have a great deal in common it can be difficult to choose those few you want to know better. You don’t want to go through every person you have contacted or has contacted you or you will be taken more time than you need to choose those Hindu singles that have the qualities you are seeking. It is never easy to make a choice, but you want to narrow your search farther when you reach the point you want to choose a few for the final selection process.
How many “candidates” do you need for the final selection process? You want to keep in mind you don’t have to date all of these prospects; the key is to begin with enough choices to allow you to have choices. From those choices you will form friendships with the potential of learning more about each person. You then want to choose those with whom you would like to remain friends and those who are suitable for dating. The process may take some time—months and not just weeks. You may even choose to meet some of the prospects in order to give yourself a better opportunity to make a selection. The purpose of meeting is not to assess personal appearances but rather to assess the person’s personality. There is only so much you can discover with online or telephone communication; only meeting in person will allow you to see the entire person.
The number of Hindu singles you choose to meet depends on your personal preferences and what you are seeking. If you are not quite ready to marry but would like to have more potential dating partners, you may want to meet more people than those who are looking for a marriage partner. Keep in mind this will not change the belief system of Hindu singles; whether you are seeking a marriage partner or just casual dating does not change the concept of forbidden premarital sex. This remains taboo whether you are dating another Hindu or someone outside of the faith. It is also forbidden for males though there may be less stigma on the male than there is the female.
The most important part of the final selection process is to take as much time as you need. Do not be in a hurry, especially if you are looking for a potential marriage partner. Even if you feel your biological clock is ticking and you have to hurry and get married so you can have children it is more important to take the time to choose the right person. Rushing into any relationship can cause a disaster, and you will be back at the first stage of your searching process again. It takes less time to take your time and make the right decision the first time than it does to have to begin again.