Hello there guys, lend me your eyes for a few minutes! Oh, no no, I don't mean "literally" ok! So, now that I have your attention let's get on with the basics about who I am hoping to find and what I am about. Proceeding right along... talhia (claps).
For starters, I am a BC born and raised young woman looking to meet someone for a long term relationship leading to marriage in the near future. So, please only those interested in marriage should reply!
Even though I was raised in a small town growing up around white people, I speak fluent Punjabi and some Hindi, though it's ok if u don't. My Punjabi heritage is important to me and I enjoy learning about new countries and cultures, so hopefully u would like to travel in the future as well :)
The guy I'm searching for is someone with a sense of humour (why be so serious all the time?) who enjoys keeping fit cuz let's face it exercise is great for one's health and a whole lot of fun.... more I like being outdoors, jogging, playing soccer, mountain biking, and hiking. So, I am hoping to meet someone who can introduce me to his hobbies and hopefully share some of mine as we both bring out the best in each other.
My ideal guy is someone honest and faithful who respects his family and has a close relationship with them, since I am looking forward to having a great relationship with my future parents as well. Obviously, it takes time to build a relationship and the best way is to build upon a great friendship. So with that being said I am hoping to meet a guy who wants to be friends first and get to know each other a bit before taking the next step. Preferably, you would like to settle down soon and are serious about finding someone for a committed relationship leading to marriage.
*Note* I would prefer to converse with Sikh men (30-37) raised in Canada (you could be born in India or Zimbabwe... does not matter!) or the USA. It's worth noting that for the right person, I would be willing to relocate anywhere within Canada. Overall, I am not very religious and neither is my family, though we do go to the temple when possible.
Well that should give you a brief glimpse about me and who I am hoping to find. Good luck with your search if I am not the one you're looking for and if you are searching for me: Where are you my guy?!?!
lifestyle & appearance
Fair skinned, Average Build
Is not a Keshdhari Sikh
Keshdharies are Sikhs who do not trim or remove hair, as they believe in maintaining a natural way of life.
Lives in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada (Citizen)
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