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Divine Relations - A Unique Survivor to Survivor online matrimonial platform

MUMBAI, India - April 12, 2018 - TelAve -- Divine Relations, as the website is called, hopes to help those who are rejects in conventional matchmaking circles: those with chronic or critical illnesses, or health issues like diabetes, hypertension or even with physical disabilities.

Vivek Sharma started the website in November 2016 along with Sushil Dugar, a member of the senior management in an IT-enabled company. His passion to help people led him in getting involved in charitable activities. Mr. Sharma, on the other hand, has worked in pharmaceutical companies across the country for over a decade. While working in the area of critical diseases he came across many young sufferers, and wondered how they would live the rest of their lives alone, and whether anyone would marry them. Doctors he worked with confirmed his fears that these patients find it very difficult to find a match. Launched on Nov 4, 2016 and actually started getting traction in March 17, Divine Relations today has more than 300 survivors having background of Chronic illness such as Diabetes, PCOD, CKD, survivors of Cancer, Kidney Transplants recipients and few Differently abled people.

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In order to register, people have to fill in their identity number (Aadhar or passport number), so as to differentiate it from other dating apps. "It is meant for a serious and genuine cause. The registration form also asks for disease type and stage," said Mr. Sharma. http://www.divinerelations.in

Media Contact
VIVEK SHARMA
Managing Trustee
Mickey - Amogh Foundation
vivek@mickey-amoghfoundation.com


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