For India’s youngest adults, marriage is no longer the first priority
For generations, Indians have been primed to only seek their “settled, happily-ever-afters.” But that seems to be becoming a thing of the past now.
Most young Indians aged between 18 and 25 say “being myself” is their top priority over a five-year horizon, according to recent research by the dating app Tinder. In fact, marriage or financial stability did not even make it to the top five priorities among the youth.
The survey sample included 2,000 male and female respondents a...