If you are talking about in India, I don't really think Indians or Indian women particular or any less likely to outmarry than many other Asian ethnicities.
If you are talking about the West, I have noticed a difference when it comes to exogamy between Indians and other Asian ethnicities and I believe statistics would back up my observations.
Their culture is more closed off, they're more traditional, their families often disapprove.
Religion is a big part of their lives, whether Hindu, Muslim or Buddhist, so I don't know how they feel about inter-faith marriages.
The situation in Singapore too is interesting, although didn't see too much mixing.
Even in the UK though it seems that even if a British Indian woman wanted to be with a white British man her family might disapprove.
It does seem Indian parents are more conservative than even other Asians, and there seem to be few 3rd or 4th generation Indians living in Australia at least.
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After you create your account, you'll be able to customize options and access all our 15,000 new posts/day with fewer ads. Cultural and religious differences make it harder for any man of another culture or religion ,even if the indian woman is 2nd or 3rd generation, to marry them. Indian guys have it slightly easier with IR relationships.I find Indian women often very attractive, and while I'm not planning to go to India to find a bride, I've heard that of all the Asian nationalities it's probably hardest for a foreign man to date an Indian or South Asian, Bangladeshi and Pakistani, and Sri Lankan, woman.I think religion plays a large role in this as the number of Hindus, Sikhs, or Jains who aren't "Indian" are more or less negligible.In my own extended family, the 1.5/2nd generation is all Americanized/Westernized but most of my "cousins" ended up choosing to marry other Indians.
I would imagine it'd be more likely with a Christian or irreligious Indian woman. There are quite a few Indians here anyway, but I notice they tend to stick with their own 'kind' moreso than other groups.
The more Westernised ones however do often date whites and others.