It is a small world after all, and it is funny how your contacts can follow you through your life now (around the world), courtesy of information technology! I can only imagine what dating is like out in the hinterlands of Tamil Nadu and out in the remote parts of Sri Lanka.A commentator more on their game than me has remarked: "Chennai dating girls are excellent to date with. However, I do know that the Internet is huge in India (and Sri Lanka) and rolling out further every day; at any time there are millions of Tamils online, hooking up.And at least your antics won't make it to the video markets of Myanmar or Thailand!THERE ARE PERHAPS HUNDREDS OF CHATROOMS ONLINE TARGETTED AT TAMILS, MOST OF THEM WITH FAR MORE MEN ONLINE THAN WOMEN.Given Facebook's huge lead and user base, some might say this is a futile venture.Nonetheless, Google has spent a lot of time and resources investigating the science of friendship and relationships.
As I joined up, it was revealed that I already had nine friends on WAYN... Bhandari, a Nepali I used to work with in Tokyo, and a girl I went to college with in Australia. They are true lovers and give unforgettable company to their dates." Of course, Chennai can be a tough place to go on a date, what with all the aunties and police cruising for (unmarried) couples. Sometimes even admiring the sunset with your dear on the beach can land you in trouble with the law.
As usual I found plenty of men, particularly from the UAE. Nive says: "I am gal chat with me." community of Tamil Nadu and beyond, which numbers nearly 10 million souls according to the Joshua Project.
"We Adidravidars are the original natives or indigenous people of Dravida land," writes one A. "Our forefathers were proud inhabitants of our country from the beginning of time.
Says the blurb on the frontpage: "The one place to meet like-minded chennaites!
Find new chat friends for your messenger Create your profile, and upload ur photo... " At last count (November 2008) there were 559 Chennai gals and 12,346 Chennai guys registered (not including members in other parts of the world.) I know this is not strictly speaking Indian or Tamil.