01 Feb '11, 8am

Indian bachelors keen to get a taste of married life can now log on and apply for a virtual wife online.

NEW DELHI - INDIAN bachelors keen to get a taste of married life can now log on and apply for a virtual wife online in a scheme that offers a glimpse into changing Indian society. Bharat Matrimony's biwihotohaisi.com (an ideal wife) website allows men to choose from four different types of wife and then receive automated telephone messages from them that reflect their character. The first candidate is the devoted Ritu Gharwali (Ritu Homemaker), 23, whose saccharine entreaties to 'please eat your lunch, I have made your favourite dish' would make her the ideal Indian housewife in conservative circles. Matrimonial advertisements in Indian newspapers and websites, still widely used to find prospective partners, often feature men seeking 'simple, homely girls with good family values.' There's a more feisty version of Ritu for those wanting a more challenging partner in the for...

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