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Match-making made easy, register in manipuri.com

Few days back I stumbled on a site. Something that enchanted me was its URL: manipuri.com. I landed on the home page, I found, it was more appealing and gripping. Reason! It was a matrimonial site devoted to Bishnupriya Manipuri community.

With little bit research, I come to know the site is well built, technologically sound, and very ‘user-friendly’. Its user-friendly feature is something that I find the USP of match-making site is.

The site Lohong, designed by U Singha, where I have made an account, could assuage the pain of parents who brings down hell and heaven in search of prospective bridegroom and groom.

The site given the critical mass of information could become the wherewithal of young boys and girls, and of course who are earning and standing on their own feet! Thanks to the site, Bishnupriya Manipuri living in any part of the world cannot say ‘we urgently need a match-making site’.

We can say “Yes, we have Lohong. We have got the platform. Just you have to fill in your information”. Leveraging the site, the days are not far when marriages between villages, towns, cities could start taking place where it has not taken place.

The site is enabled with a search option, Most viewed, Last 5 Active, and Least Viewed features. Alas! You will find my name both in Last 5 Active, and Least Viewed!! My name is RK Rishikesh Sinha.

Before leaving, I would recommend don’t look at the site, register it and explore it to the fullest. This is a site that is very near to us, near to our existence. And think for a while how you could take the benefit from it. And believe me; you will not be paying anything for availing this service! It is Free. Free. And Free.




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