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Jeevansathi.com launches in Hindi, more vernacular versions in the offing

11-February-2006
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Jeevansathi.com launches in Hindi, more vernacular versions in the offing

Jeevansathi.com, one of the leading matrimonial websites in India, has launched its Hindi version recently. This initiative is the first of its kind amongst its genre and has been undertaken to enlarge the user base and reach of the website. Although the version is in Hindi, the features will be similar to the English version, only the interface will be in Hindi.

Vivek Khare, Business Head, Jeevansathi.com, said, “We are very excited and optimistic as we are the first to launch a Hindi version of a matrimonial website and plan to launch more vernacular portals in the near future.”

“The new Hindi subset of this website has been created keeping in mind the huge volume of users who will be comfortable to interact in Hindi and the best part is that the user can access these pages without even downloading a Hindi font,” added Khare.

Jeevansathi.com in Hindi is an additional attempt by the Jeevansathi team to provide refined services and make things simpler for its members. The website has been consistently creating many such products and features that have helped to make e-Matrimony easier for its users.

These web pages in Hindi are easily accessed from the home page by clicking on the link “view Jeevansathi.com in Hindi.”

The Group planned to extend its matrimonial services in other vernacular languages like Gujarati, Marathi, Tamil, Bengali, Telugu and Malayalam as well, informed Khare.

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