Nowadays, it’s more of a dating pool approved by your family.My parents have modernised a bit and would want to me to date before I committed any further but saying that, the pressure is still there to move faster rather then slower.
But, he does also highlight that perhaps you can’t change an old school way of thinking and it may take a lot of time and effort to change that.I am a 24-year-old Indian lad who was born into a Sikh household.Now, I admit I am not particularly strict, (especially as I eat meat and drink alcohol) but I do follow a lot of the traditions upheld with Sikhism. Not just the pressure of dating, but the pressure to date someone who is the same religion and caste as you.Another option is dating sites, where a couple (like Shaadi) even go as far as segregating the search into different castes as opposed to other dating sites giving the option of race.Sikhs have divided into castes from birth, which relate to which jobs we did in India back in the day."It gets confusing definitely," Lautner, 17, told "Extra's" Mario Lopez at the "New Moon" (out Nov. "And it's weird calling somebody your name." See exclusive footage, photos and giveaways on "Extra's" "New Moon" page!