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BusinessToday.In     January 11, 2021

Doctors looking to find their life partners from their profession need to look no further as matchmaking website on Monday announced the launch of, a dedicated matrimony portal for the medical professionals. also manages matchmaking sites such as BharatMatrimony, CommunityMatrimony and EliteMatrimony.

Murugavel Janakiraman, Founder and CEO,, while explaining why they launched an exclusive service for doctors, said, "Most doctors feel the need for a companion who understands their profession and shared values well and that seems possible when the life partner is also a doctor."

"Through our current app, we have understood the unique preferences of the doctor community. Seeing lakhs of doctor couples find each other through our services over the past 20 years, it was but natural for us to launch," Janakiraman added.

The doctors' exclusive matrimony service is available on the app, mobile site and desktop as well to help medical professionals find their life partners from their fields.  

The portal was launched after the consumer internet company saw a 40 per cent increase in the number of doctors registering over the past 3 years. Through the services, lakhs of doctors have already chosen another doctor as a life partner, claims

According to the National Health Profile 2019, there are more than 11.54 lakh allopathic doctors, 2.54 lakh dental surgeons, and around 8 lakh registered AYUSH Doctors in India.

DoctorsMatrimony offers privacy and safety while searching for their suitable life partner, claims Doctors can register and choose their match not only by religion, city, community, education but also by specialisation. Matchmaking site's other features offer doctors privacy by giving them control to choose who can view their photos.

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