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Vaishya Matrimonial Site
Vivah Creations is a premier online matrimonial site which has gained the trust of people among other Vaishya matrimonial sites in India. It has proved itself by helping people find their life partners matching their preferences. This Vaishya matrimonial uses the latest technologies and provides Vaishya Brides and Vaishya Grooms with an effective matchmaking experience.
Baniya are a big trading community in India. It consists of bankers, dealers in grains or spices, money-lenders and merchants. They also occupy many commercial enterprises in modern times. The term ‘Baniya’ is derived from a Sanskrit word ‘vanij’ which means ‘merchant’. According to the Hindu caste system, Baniya are Vaishya who is third in the hierarchy, below Brahmins and Kshatriyas. They are mainly found in northern and western India. One cannot deny the fact that Baniyas are not always merchants and conversely, all mercantile communities are not Baniyas. Many Baniyas occupy the jobs of engineers, doctors, advocates, judges, industrialists and many more. This Baniya marriage site has varied profiles across private, government and business sectors.
Origin of this community is traced back to 5000 years ago when King Agrasen of Agroha kingdom, an ancestor of Baniya, divided the Vaishya community into eighteen clans. Agarwal, Gupta, Lala, Seth, Vaish, Mahajan, Sahu and Sahukar are some of their surnames. The subgroups among Baniyas are six in number. They include the Oswal, Maheshwari or Shaiva, Saraogi or Jain, Saralia, Dasa or Gata Agarwal and Bisa or Vaish Agarwal. The Bisa believe that they are successors of the seventeen snake daughters of Bashak Nag who married seventeen sons of King Agrasen resulting in Dasa offspring. Each subgroup is divided into eighteen clans with surnames: Goel, Jindal, Mittal and many more. The Baniyas now play an important role in the society as they control the economy of the country.
Profiles of all location, profession, income and more can be found on this site after filling up one’s personal information along with the preference for the desired life partner in the Free Registration form. This Matchmaking site gives its users a proper blend of traditional touch and technological comfort due to which it is now considered as one of the best matrimonial sites for Vaishya community.
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