Matrimonial events don’t have to involve risks. Muslims need a safe, confident way to find their soulmates, and the pandemic has accelerated this need. “Right,” a new app, unlocks these events to help you find someone worth spending a lifetime with.
Right’s wealth of experience, hosting over 50+ events with over 1,000+ attendees on Zoom, has led the company to create an app that all Muslims will love.
But why attend virtual matrimonial events in the first place?
Virtual Matrimonial Events are a Safer Way to Meet Your Soulmate
Right’s parent company has held events in the United States, Canada and the United Kingdom. Matrimonial events break free from the risks that other platforms have, such as:
- Fake profiles
- Minimal virtual video interactions
Apps like Tinder focus on pictures – not true connections. There are inherent risks with photo-only platforms because you can never be sure the person that you’re meeting is truly who they say they are.
Sydney Loofe is a prime example of a woman that thought she was meeting a good, genuine person, but she ended up dying within the first 30 minutes of meeting the person.
When events are virtual, they allow you to virtually meet people that are looking for matrimony. These events allow you to:
- Get to know a person
- Spend time with a person virtually
- Remain safe from the comfort of your home
Meeting a soulmate goes beyond physical appearance and requires a deeper understanding of who a person truly is. You’ll be able to use Right to connect with others in confidence, meet in a halal environment and engage in group meets before breaking participants into pairs.
There’s no risk of COVID, so you’ll be safe, and there’s no risk of crime when you attend virtually. Your only risk is that you might fall in love.
Finding a Partner Has Gone Digital Post Pandemic
It’s difficult to find the right person, and in the middle of the pandemic, traditional avenues have ceased in many places around the world. Putting your life, or the lives of your family, at risk doesn’t have to happen.
People who want to find their soulmates are going digital post pandemic.
One article found that 39% of people in 2017 met through online apps, and this figure is likely to rise in 2020 and 2021. This is a good thing. People are taking the time to really get to know each other.
As cities went in and out of lockdowns, a predictable trend emerged: lockdowns led to virtual events rising, while openings led to fewer attendees. Now, as people acclimate to the pandemic, there seems to be a rise in people that want to engage with these virtual events to find a partner, even as more cities reopen.
Everyone has experienced trials and tribulations in 2020, and while some of the changes were bad, some have opened up people’s eyes to new opportunities. Virtual matrimonial events, like the ones available on the Right, are one of the ways Muslims are meeting their partners in a safe, fun environment with a focus on more than just a cover photo and a short profile description.
Perhaps for all that the pandemic has changed, finding your soulmate by getting to know a person virtually is one of the habits that people will continue to follow.
Right App on Google Play: Click Here
Right App on App Store: Click Here