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One whose business income traces the same graph as that of NASSCOM members.
One who has his office on the third floor, only so that the throng of his customer-parents can form an orderly queue in the stairwell all the way from street level, in some privacy and shade; rather than on the street itself if he had had it on the ground floor.
Always bullish( he is a broker you see) about girls in front of boys, and about boys in front of girls, his client base not being substantial. At least not yet.
One who made his money for a few centuries from desperate parents of girls, and now, in the IT era, makes more than he ever made in centuries from desperate parents of boys.
Mr. Nitin M Shah, BA, (MA) (Astro), Marriage Broker.
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Mr. Jatin D Shah, BA, LLB, (MA) (Psy), Advocate.
Regionall over India
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If you choose to be polite and honest and answer in the negative to this Kostin, then you either get:
1. Adopted: Mostly by well meaning but intoxicating families who love to feed and take care of innocent lost selves like you. Brace yourself to be force-fed on gastronomic portions of tiffins and snacks that are unpacked and served every half an hour.
2. Wooed/ Harrased: Perpetrators are usually looking-for-wife types young men of marriagable age. Having grown up on popular indian cinema theme,'Persistent harassment leads to Lau', these guys will try to make fraandship if you take your eyes off your book for a second or wake up after a nap. Also beware of oggling naughty Indian uncles who may try to get close under the garb of paternalistic affection.
Solution to problem?
You may either:
Choose to be feminist about it and say shut up your mouth and mind your own business
Be kochu kalli and lie that your marrage already over.
Naughty Indian uncle : Beti, can I help you with that? (luggage)
You (defensively):Thanks, I can manage!
You finally sit down and catch your breath. You try not to make eye contact with the naughty indian uncle, but instead look at the family sitting next to you-husband, wife and three boys- all in their teens. The lady of the family smiles at you. Fifteen minutes later, the questions come.
"Travelling alone-all this distance?!!"
"What you are doing in Mumbai?"