Thursday, February 14, 2013

Cupids In India


That's it? You checked just the gothra?

What about religion, and caste, and the family status, and horoscopes, and all those dozen other stupid things that are apparently sooooo important in Indian matchmaking?

Frankly, who the hell even cares if they make a cute pair or not!

Matchmaking in India is really not the job for a chubby boy with a bow and arrow.

P.S.- Cupid may not be ideal for the Indian scenario, but I have nothing against Valentine's Day... as long as it's not just a superficial celebration of the "day", but, a genuine heart-felt celebration of the "love" two people share with each other.


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5 comments:

Shilpa Garg said...

Oh My!! In this age and times too, there are people who seriously believe in all this gotras, kundli and all that jazz :|

Chicky a.k.a. Kaddu said...

Yes Shilpa! Even young people... people in our age group... with multinational work experience... end up falling for all this crap!

I find it quite ironical that we are so keen on copying the western world for their clothes, but we still stubbornly refuse to copy a bit of open-mindedness from them!

Abhiroop Banerjee said...

What is a gotra?

Chicky a.k.a. Kaddu said...

For the nth time dude, I am NOT "google"!

Abhiroop Banerjee said...

Aw.

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