My daughter's name is Manasi Dayal. She works in the Private Sector as a Manager. We belong to a Upper Middle Class, Nuclear Family with Moderate Values. She has completed her Bachelor Degree in Management. She is a very affectionate girl, fond of music and travelling.
Our daughter is a beautiful and charming young woman who has an attractive, confident and vivacious personality. She is extremely affectionate and caring by nature. Her outlook is modern but she holds traditional values like respect for elders and attaches great importance to family.
She graduated from Imperial College London with a Masters degree in Engineering. Following her graduation, she has been working as a Strategy Consultant with a leading management consultancy in London. She is also CIMA qualified (Chartered Institute of Management Accountants) and may decide to pursue an MBA in the future.
Though she has a very successful career, she is a balanced person who has many interests and passions outside work. She appreciates good food and enjoys cooking. She also enjoys watching Bollywood films and speaks fluent Hindi.
We moved to the UK just over 20 years ago and originally from Delhi. We are a cultured and highly educated family of professionals. Her father and mother are from top colleges (IIT Delhi and Delhi University) and her elder brother is an Oxford educated Economist and qualified Chartered Accountant.
Having grown up in the UK, we are interested in someone from an NRI family who has been educated abroad. We are looking for a highly educated and qualified partner who holds similar values and will share life's journey with mutual respect and affection.
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Since graduating from university in 2012, I have been working in the finance and banking sector in London. I started my career interning in the Investment banking division at leading investment banks. I am currently working as a Management Consultant in one of the world's leading global consultancies based in London and specialize in banking and capital markets. I completed an undergraduate degree in Economics (First class/distinction) and subsequently completed a Masters in Economics from Oxford University. I am also a qualified Chartered Accountant (ACA) with the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW). I am extremely driven and ambitious but feel that I am a grounded, light-hearted and easy-going person at the same time.
I come from a close knit, warm and loving family. I consider myself extremely fortunate to have had a global upbringing in 3 countries - India, Kuwait and the UK. My family moved to England just under 20 years ago. We are a cultured and highly educated family of professionals (engineers, lawyers, doctors, CAs etc). My father is an IIT Delhi educated engineer working as a Management Consultant and Partner at a global firm. My mother is a Miranda House (Delhi University) graduate currently working as a teacher. I have one younger sister, an Imperial College educated engineer, who lives and works in London also as a Management Consultant.
I regularly visit my extended family in New Delhi. Though I grew up outside India, I speak fluent Hindi and enjoy Bollywood movies. I love to travel, particularly city breaks and generally have a fun and relaxed time with friends and family. I am a cultured guy who appreciates art, architecture and design. I love listening to music of all genres especially jazz and also enjoy playing badminton.
Having grown up in the United Kingdom, I am only interested in someone from a NRI family background or someone who has been educated abroad. I am looking for a highly educated and qualified partner who is passionate about their work and ambitious, but is also fun and down to earth. As a family, we are less concerned with caste and horoscope matching, and place far greater emphasis on cultural and family values, education background and professional attainment. Compatibility is extremely important to me, as is a progressive and balanced mindset. I believe that a relationship should be one of equal partnership where both can encourage and inspire each other to be the best that they can be.
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My name is Arpit Mathur. I come from a Middle Class, Nuclear Family with Moderate Values. I have completed my M.Tech. and currently work in the Private Sector as a Geotechnical Engineer in United Kingdom.
I wasn't too interested in studies but managed to finish my BA (Hon) in English Literature from St. Xavier's college in Mumbai, worked with Mid-Day as sub-editor/journalist for a few years - during this period I also completed a post-Graduate Diploma in Corporate Communications from Xavier's - before taking up a job offer with IBM New Zealand in Auckland. I joined them as Manager - Corporate Communications and, during this time, also gained my New Zealand Citizenship. I was promoted to Sr Manager and then Head of the Dept for New Zealand and Australia before I was head hunted by VISA UK and moved to London in 2015.
I am in india for another 2 months at least...having arrived in early February (for a month) and then unable to go back because of the pandemic.
1. One of the saddest terms I've heard so many times over is, "It didn't work out". This pains me. I understand and appreciate that every situation is different. But hell, nothing 'works out' in life. Much effort, swallowed pride, swallowed tears, small sacrifices, big commitment and so much more go into making a marriage work. Ok, ok easy for me talk I've never been married but I observe life, observe people around me. I'm not judging,
2. I think marriage is much like a garden. Two people who go on to become (or should) one people - wrong grammar I know but I'm making a point here - need to take turns playing the rose and the gardener. The garden will wither pretty quickly if both play the rose all the time.