I am a kind of person who
always wants to learn good things because Sikh means a Learner who keeps on
learning always. It is my wish to become a good human being for which I think
following the Gurbani is the best way as It teaches us all the good qualities
of a good person. Gurbani explains how to improve our practical life, how to
live the religion without any discrimination and many other values. Normally it
is said that becoming financially rich is good enough to be Successful but as
per Gurbani One can be successful only by having true good values. To
understand Gurbani concepts in practical manner only. I am associated with JAP JAAP SEWA TRUST. Wherein this trust is doing different kind of social works for others. Every Wednesday they do Langar Sewa at Safdarjung Hospital and AIMS Hospital. Every Sunday they teach how to wear a Turban at Bangla Sahib Gurudwara. Every month they take the sangat to Darbar Sahib and many other things. It... more feels really good to do all these things.
I do not believe in any
Superstition because as per Gurbani we should not.
Another thing I would like to mention here is that I love to listen to classical Kirtan & Indian classical songs, Sufi, folk.
I have just tried to explain my thought process or my point of
View towards life. I would love my life partner to have all these qualities
However do not expect so much as everyone one has his or her own way of
We want simple marriage as per gurmat only, without dowry and
Without any unnecessary show-off.
I am living in Delhi and my parents are also planning to shift
Here soon. We have our residential property in Delhi.
My birthplace is budaun (U. P.) And my parents are presently
Living there. My father has been doing business since 1970 there and we have
Our own shop there. I live in Delhi with my brother. I have an elder sister who
is married in Delhi.
That is all I can write about myself and I am sorry If I didn't
Mention anything which I was supposed to mention.
Take care and God Bless.
lifestyle & appearance
Very Fair skinned, Average Build
Doesn't wear a Pagg/Dastar (turban)
The Sikh turban, more appropriately known as a dastar is an article of faith worn by Sikhs.
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