Our daughter Shweta has a Masters degree in Industrial psychology from Mumbai university. We come from an upper middle class nuclear family background with moderate values. She works as an officer in New Zealand government office, based in Mumbai.
I am creating this profile on behalf of my daughter Urmee Ranade and she is working in MNC at Hyderabad as a senior German language specialist. We belong to a Middle class, Nuclear family with Liberal Values.she has completed her M.A.in german language. Her friends describe her as friendly, loving and caring.
I'm a city girl raised in liberal environment with all the city luxuries at my disposal.
I come from a fun dysfunctional family. My dad recently retired and now loves to spend his free time travelling and/or sleeping. My biological mom passed away when I was 11 years old. My (step)-mother is a homemaker and Saha Karyavahika Kokan Pranta of Rashtra Sevika Samiti. I have a responsible older brother who works with Jet Airways. My (step) sister is a hard-working successful actor, she is married and has a son.
I write screenplays and develop stories and concepts for a living. Currently I've slowed the pace of my work to focus on the last semester of Masters in Communication and Journalism.
Honestly, I have no aspirations of taking on the world or becoming a CEO. I want a simple life, leave behind good writing, and constantly learn new things.
I am looking for a man who has a broad perspective on life, has lived away from his comfort zone (home) at least once and experienced the life outside. I appreciate ambitious and hard-working men. Brownie points for men who can cook and are sensitive towards the responsibilities at home. I am of the opinion that if these things are expected out of a girl along with doing a full-time job, then it should only be normal to expect these things out of the man.
One of the perks of being a freelance writer is that I can work from home and only step out for meetings. However, working from home does not mean my job is less important or that I don't work hard enough. I need a man who understands this as much as I'd love to understand the gravity of his work.
I love to travel, watch films, play the Tabla, and listen to good music. Indulging in adventurous activities gives me a good kick. I like socializing with friends once or twice a month, but I mostly prefer staying indoors and consuming content online.
I am sensitive towards wasting water, food on the plate and money on things that I don't absolutely need. I do indulge in things but I'd like to believe I'm well-balanced.
Looking forward to meeting someone who understands my emotional needs and allows me to become an integral part of his life.
My name is Neha Kulkarni and I am a working journalist at the Indian Express, Mumbai. I am also NET qualified and keen to puruse doctrate in my subject of choice. I am a confident, fun-loving, independent woman
I was born and raised in a nuclear family in Mumbai. I earned an M.A. in Clinical Psychology from Mumbai University in 2013. I am currently working as a Clinical Psychologist and Counselor at a multi-specialty, semi-charitable hospital in Mumbai and also have a small part-time private practice.
Besides my profession, I have a keen interest in sports. I have represented my school and college in football and table tennis and played table tennis at the state and national level. I enjoy trying out different cuisines and though not a regular cook, I like to experiment in the kitchen. I like Western rock and country music and Hindi pop music and enjoy good movies, both English and Hindi. I also like to travel.
Though we are Maharashtrians, I have grown up in a multicultural, cosmopolitan environment. I consider myself amiable, well-mannered, caring and family oriented. While not a party animal, I am fun loving and enjoy socializing and spending time with friends. Rather than describe myself further I would prefer that we discover more about each other first hand when we connect. Compatibility is integral to a successful relationship and I believe it is important to invest time in getting to know one another reasonably well before deciding to take matters to the next level.