I think for the longest time my profile started with something along the lines of "It's hard to describe myself..." or: "I am kind, caring, a perfect blend of east and west..."etc. etc. But I don't know. It seems so...bland, no? I think we all put stuff like that in here because....well, what else do you say? I imagine saying "I can't do pull ups and I think I can dance but I probably look like a fool"--though true, they wouldn't work very well.
I mean, I get it. It is in fact very difficult to describe yourself via a few paragraphs. I think the problem is a lack of tone. In my head so far this has been light, relaxed, and a bit funny. Though I have no idea how you are reading it! So I am going to try something new(for me anyway). I am just going to be honest. And light. And maybe a bit funny.
I am just a guy. I like to think I am a nice guy. But I am sure I have my bad days too. I was born and... more raised in NJ. I have three older sisters, which means I can fugyo with the best of them!(they had nails. I learned quickly) You know how in movies the female character is always saying "where are all the nice guys?" The answer is...right here! I'm a nice guy! I have a great sense of humor. I could stand to lose some weight(and I'm doing it). I love to laugh, and I love to make others laugh. I'm an optimist. I have lived on my own for quite some time now, so I am a decent cook. I can even make dhaal-baath! You are on your own for rotlis though, sorry.
I love travel, I've been to 27 countries and counting. And 48 of the 50 states. I'm SCUBA certified, I love to golf, play basketball, tennis, hike, or play pretty much any team sport. I love being outside, I am pretty much down to do anything as long as the group of people is right.
I am Indian, and I embrace it. While I don't know everything about our culture I do hope to learn, so we can pass it on to our kids. Yes, we are Americans now, but I would be sad if we lost what makes us unique. I am looking for someone who feels the same way.
I am in to working hard to achieve my goals. I have worked really hard throughout school, residency and now fellowship, and everything is finally almost done, and now I want to find someone to enjoy my life with. I am a Pulmonary and Critical Care physician, and I love my job, but it's just a way I make money to live the rest of my life. It's more important for me to spend time with my loved ones rather than at work.
I am looking for someone who will let me spoil her mercilessly. I am looking for someone who wants to do the same to me. I need someone who talks, who communicates. Married life, no matter how perfect you are, is going to have rough spots. I think almost any problem can be solved by talking/working through it. I'm looking for someone who is always down to do or try something new. While there are days I just want to go home and go splat on my couch, most of the time I'd much rather be out doing something, whether it be a show, a museum, a coffee shop, a restaurant, a bookstore or whatever. I am looking for someone who loves to travel as much as I do.
So yeah...message me! What's the worst that could happen? I'm not a weirdo nor do I smell funny, I promise! Besides, the little old ladies who I see in clinic tell me I am downright charming!
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