Admanya Launches Its Matrimonial Service Across 500 Cities In India

Bangalore, India (PressExposure) July 16, 2008 -- After its successful launch of local classifieds, Admanya, India's leading consumer internet portal today announced the launch of a free classifieds matrimony service for its users .Based on user suggestions and requests, Admanya realized the needs of people in India who are extremely busy yet believe in the traditional way of matchmaking. With its network across 500 cities in India, this new functionality of Admanya will also help people from smaller cities in their search for life partners.

Ranjana, a 26 year old software professional from Bangalore says, "Admanya has always been coming up with surprises. With our busy and hectic schedule this is indeed a welcome surprise for us, seeking a simple platform for matrimonial alliances."

Mr. Jaydeep Bhattacharjee, the founder and CEO of Admanya says,''People in India have always been rooted in tradition and religious beliefs. They believe in arranged marriages rather then romanticized tying of partners. So, we are indeed honoured to extend this free service to our members to make their search for a life partner fast and easy. With no elaborate profiles required posting a matrimonial ad in Admanya will be simple and hassle-free.''

Admanya is not only an online classifieds service that caters to the growing requirements of communities all over the world but is also a place for product reviews, consumer feedbacks and an emerging social community. You can find a job, recruit people, sell your car or buy one, rent your house and do much more through Admanya classifieds.

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Admanya, India's leading consumer internet portal is the best platform for consumers to voice opinions, compare products and get information about different brands. Admanya classifieds caters to the growing personal needs of communities worldwide.


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Press Release Submitted On: July 16, 2008 at 2:29 am
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