Dating tips indian girls

17 Oct

Yes, it’s true that it is hard to understand girls, but when it comes to Indian girls, it is nearly impossible.

As a teenage, their primary focus is only on the study. If a girl by chance hands her phone, then her Whats App will have app lock that’s for sure.

Every now and then, it can get tough for us; we must assimilate into American culture seamlessly, while simultaneously staying true to aspects of our native Hinduism.

Ok, now that the stock for single Indians is up, you need to be on your game if you want to date one. One, SRK is short hand for Shahrukh Khan, one of India's premiere Bollywood celebrities.

Before getting to "how," let's start with "why." There are obvious reasons one would want to date an Indian, such as how successful and professionally desirable they are. But, if you want to take some initiative, I highly recommend you familiarize yourself with some Bollywood actors and choose a favorite. Good luck and let me know how these suggestions work out.

Indians dominate as engineers, doctors, lawyers, venture capitalists and entrepreneurs. According to Wikipedia*, "India holds the highest number of Miss World winners, only to be tied with Venezuela." (*That feels a little like citing The National Enquirer but I am going to go with it.) Most Indians are innately gracious, social creatures; they highly value friends and family and have a calendar filled with various holidays and occasions to celebrate, which they typically do with gusto. Some safe, attractive possibilities: Salman Khan, Aamir Khan, Hrithik Roshan and Amitabh Bachchan. I hope Laxmi, Goddess of Prosperity, smiles on you as you endeavor to date one of her people.

A typical homemade chai is made with cinnamon sticks, some fresh ginger, a dash of masala spice or dry mix, and a black tea of your choice, like Darjeeling. Still, fact remains that despite these attempts to commercialize yoga, it was founded in a Hindu context millions of years ago, with the goal of introspection through a lens of divinity.

We value our parents' opinions more than those from any other culture.