The Best Muslim Matrimonial Sites
Muslim matrimonial sites help Muslims find life partners. They differentiate themselves from other dating websites by following Islamic principles in matching their members and focusing on marriages rather than dating.
You can usually upload your photos and profile. You can also browse other members’ profiles and contact other members through an online chat, messages and even SMS, depending on the website.
Established in 1998, Nikah.com claims to be the No. 1 Muslim matrimonial service provider. As of September 2010, the website has almost 2 million registered members and receives more than 100 success stories every day. The website has versions in multiple languages. You can contact other members using the messaging function of the website.
Free membership lets you create a profile, send template messages and respond to messages. You can get more privileges by registering as a paid member.
Qiran.com has almost 2 million profiles and claims to have “the largest selection of potential marriage partners.” Run 100 percent by Muslims, it strives to meet Islamic marriage standards.
You can contact other members through online messages, a chat, ecards and SMS. With a free membership, you can upload a profile, browse other profiles and show interest to other members. You need to pay for membership to send messages, ecards and join the live chat.
SalaamLove.com claims to be the fastest-growing Muslim matrimonial site. You can upload and browse photos, text profiles and video profiles. You can contact other members through messages and chats.
The free membership lets you upload a profile and send and reply to messages. The Platinum membership has more features, such as seeing which members have checked your profile.
Established in 1997, Matrimony.org claims to be the most successful Muslim matrimonial site. A free membership lets you create a profile, upload a photo and browse other members’ profiles. Gold members can send messages and videos and join an online chat.
If a Gold member sends a message to a free member, the free member will get a notification that she has received a message but will not be able to read it until she upgrades to Gold membership.