My son is self-employed with a bachelor's degree currently living in Kolkata. We come from an upper middle class, nuclear family background with great values.
People describe him as understanding, jovial, courteous, hard-working and practical. His hobbies and interests are nature, listening to music, movies, internet surfing and traveling.
Education: He has done his graduation from St. Xavier's College, Kolkata. Then he did his MBA from MDI Gurgaon. He also did his LLB from Sarsuna Law College, Kolkata. Currently he is pursuing PhD in Management from Brainware University, Kolkata. He is the most educated person in our immediate extended family.
Work: He has been working since he was 18 years old, and have worked on a few startups/companies over last few years. Having worked for over 12 years, he has now moved away from traditional corporate employment or business opportunities, and rather focusing on cultivating his hobbies and interest areas into his life's work. Accordingly, he is now winding down Hiteshi Consulting, running his food start-up Maayri, has just started his legal practice, and is working on couple of other ideas and interests. His earnings have therefore reduced quite a bit from what it was a couple of years back, but he is putting in the good work for a good life.
Values: Hitesh is a complete family man who also values his and others individuality. His is a strong influence in our home thanks to his calm and logical approach, and tonnes of real-life experience. He actively practices and pursues Yoga, Meditation, and spiritual self-development.
Life-Partner: Support and partner in each other's life's vision and goals; Take financial responsibility as needed; Be kind, humble, soft-spoken, balanced and purposeful in her general outlook; Must be spiritually inclined for her self-development and growth; Must have good family values including putting others' interests before self.
Marriage: He believes marriage is just the beginning of a lifelong association which needs to be nurtured everyday. He doesn't believe in big fat pompous Indian wedding, and we don't believe in dowry.