Communities are divided into church districts geographically, which enables services to be held in church members' homes, as opposed to designated church buildings.
Services are conducted every other Sunday, with each family in a district hosting neighbors for worship about once a year.
Image Credit: In India, arranged marriages still remain the majorly preferred way for Indians to enter into matrimony.
In case of an arranged marriage, parents and other relatives decide on a life partner that they deem suitable for their child.
Though criminal cases of abuse have occurred these types of relationships are not sanctioned by Amish.
In case of royal families, parents arranged a Swayamvar, a ceremony where suitable matches from all over the country were invited.
Thereafter, either these suitors had to prove their prowess to win over the girl, or the girl herself will choose one of them, by offering him a flower garland.
They keep in mind various factors, different for boys and girls, while searching for a suitable match to attach their names with. Even in the 21st Century, around 85 percent Indians prefer to marry the boy or girl chosen by their families, rather than choosing their life partners themselves.
This statistics was reveled in a survey conducted by the Taj Group of Hotels.