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Inter Nations is the largest global network for expatriates, with communities in 390 cities across the globe.Get to know fellow internationals in your city, before you're moving, or when traveling somewhere and never feel like a stranger.Such a huge and often confusing environment can be unsettling for some expats, although they often congregate in areas where they live together.As the capital of India, one of the world's fastest-rising economic powers, Delhi is a city bursting with economic opportunity for any expat with the right skills.So if you don't know your Jor Bagh from your Jalebi, want help finding employment, or one of many other things besides, why not have a look at what Inter Nations can offer you today? Whether you move to another city or go on a business trip somewhere — our communities are there to make you feel at home wherever you are in the world.Feel free to also check out our other vibrant Inter Nations Communities like the ones in Brussels or Jeddah.At a masquerade ball hosted by A World Alike at an upmarket restaurant in Mehrauli where Sangria flowed like water, I looked around to see a curated set of Delhi’s professional elite, most of them in their 30s —a Supreme Court lawyer, a United Nations consultant, a television journalist, a publishing house editor—swish around the cobblestone courtyard, wine glasses in hands, sizing each other up on the basis of number of years spent abroad.The way the networks describe their target client more or less makes up the definition of ‘class’ in contemporary India.
Given their social prominence, it was only a matter of time before new-age entrepreneurs realised the market potential of helping India’s professional elite pair off.
Relocating to New Delhi can be something of a culture shock, so if you want some time out to relax in the company of like-minded expats from all over the globe, Inter Nations is the place for you.
From social activities such as bar crawls and live music nights, to business networking and language swapping or even golfing days, the Inter Nations New Delhi Community has a group for the expat of any persuasion.
“I don’t wish to sound like a snob, but some girls might not want to end with a guy from Delhi 6, who can easily hire someone to ghostwrite his profile on a matrimonial website,” said Agnihotri in between drags on a cigarette.
The networks are targeting singles who have had no option a few years ago but to fall back on family connections (what Agnihotri calls “the auntie network”) or submit to the tediousness of matrimonial websites.