We had over 40 matches across 23 couples or so on the night of the 21-40 year olds.” There is no telephone or e-mails exchanged at the event instead the singles write their thoughts on cards that are collected at the end.
Females are seated and the males talk to each girl for ten minutes.
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November in The Royal Banqueting Suite, Preston, in hopes to meet a potential spouse.
Despite the event getting cancelled by religious leaders, the Father and daughter duo speedily decided on a new date to make their event happen.
Former architect and father-of-four Yusuf Mitha, 57, and Salford University student Aisha Mitha, 21, created the first speed dating Gujarati Muslim matrimonial event in Preston.
The event was initially due to take place on Saturday October 13 however because of the criticism that the proposal had received from some of the Gujarati community religious leaders, the event got pushed back.
We connected on in later 2015 and started communicating on Whatsapp from there.