Registration at Sangam is not complicated, but it does take time. The sign-up process is merged with profile creation, but in its entirety, you’ll need 15-minutes tops.
It is subdivided into three sections, namely:
To begin your Sangam journey, you’ll have to complete the registration form located at the homepage. You will be asked for whom is the profile, your orientation (male or female only), and date of birth.
Since Sangam aims to be of aid to families who are into the matchmaking process as a solid unit, your parents, siblings, relatives, and even friends can create an account for you. That way, they can help you with screening potential partners.
You will also be asked to indicate your mother tongue (choose among English, Hindi, or the many Indian dialects) and your community. For the latter, this is mostly concerning your religion or spiritual beliefs. The site will even ask you to indicate if you are particular or not about your partner’s community or status (caste no bar).
After completing the sign-up form, the next step will be to create your account. You will input your preferred email address and nominated password.
Then, Sangam will ask you a series of non-skippable questions. All these questions aim to get to know you (physique, parental status and plans, and current location), your status (education and occupation included), and your family background.
Your answer will also be used to generate your profile, so as much as possible, be factual.
The last step is quite crucial: you will provide a mobile number and upload up to three photos to finish the registration.
Note that the number in question should be functional because contact will only happen if you exchanged numbers. To ensure you gave a real number, Sangam will verify it by sending a code.