Sainis are a North Indian community traditionally comprising zamindars (land owners) and farmers. Not only was the community involved in agricultural activities but also in martial activities during the British Raj. The Saini community includes followers of both Hinduism and Sikhism. Saini families mostly live in Punjab, Haryana, Rajasthan, Jammu & Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh, Chandigarh, and Delhi.
Saini Matrimony is usually preferred within the community only. However, with changing times, families are welcoming multicultural unions too. Matches for Saini Matrimony can be found in many North Indian cities such as Delhi, Noida, Faridabad, Saharanpur, Sangrur, Rupnagar, Rohtak, Sonepat, Yamunanagar, Amroha, Kathua, Bikaner. Hindi, Punjabi, and Pahari-speaking people can be seen within the Saini community.
Modern-day Saini brides and grooms are educated, amiable, down-to-earth, optimistic individuals. People belonging to Saini Matrimony are highly career-oriented, as is evident in the high literacy rate of the community. Saini weddings happen with utmost joy, verve, pomp and show. Donning a traditional lehenga choli and sherwani, the bride and groom come together and delightfully perform the rituals carried out by the community.