Dating a hindu woman

Archeeta Pujari is a 23-year-old Investment Banker.

Cooking, painting, writing and Harry Potter are the great loves of her life!

All my life I had been told to shun boys and focus on my education and career, and now that the fruits of my labor were at last beginning to peek out of the dense, leafy foliage, I was faced with this alarming u-turn, and told that in reality, none of this would bring my parents any satisfaction or happiness at all.

My life, and their’s, would remain incomplete until they procured for me an Indian husband.

I was two years old when my parents left the shores of India forever and came here to build a new life for themselves.

This was the land of dreams and opportunities; it offered them a future that India never could.

Their kind was to be treated with suspicion, with their depraved concepts of single parenthood, divorce, boyfriends, pubs, gay rights and female bus drivers.

– Follow @Eeta Cheeta Bix I love you, but we cannot be.

I love the way your blue eyes twinkle with emotion, and the freckles of your nose dance as you wrinkle it in delight at the sight of me.

You have shown me nothing but respect and kindness and patience in the years that I have known you, but know that he will always be preferable to you, even if he demands lavish gifts and all expenses for the wedding to be borne by my parents.

For Indian men have such high standards, unlike men of your race, and he is doing me such a favor by agreeing to marry me. Your parents have welcomed me into their homes and hearts with open arms, simply because you chose to love me.

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