Matri’money’ and South Indian Boys.


After spending a week in gloom of not receiving my $2.7 million from Sgt.James Cottingham, I spent some quality time with friends who gave me some valuable insights into the marriage market in South India.

This post will enlighten why boys from South India stand in one leg, head, hand,eye, ear etc. to get good education.

Its not because to get a good job or to get a good house in Besant Nagar or to save the family name or any of that bull &$@*.

Its because of this:

Partner Preferences of South Indian Girls

Partner Preferences of South Indian Girls

Though this is bad news for guys, let me break the news girls.

“There is no one with the above said educational, occupational, financial, residential qualifications.”

Although there might be one guy who might match atleast the educational, occupational and annual salary requirement. But sorry girls, he is already taken. And he is none other than:

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Most Eligible Married Man - Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh

Most Eligible Married Man - Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh

While girls have such high expectations with regards to educational, occupational, financial, and other cial, nal qualifications, guys seem to have just one requirement.

(This is strictly based on a research among my friends)

Partner Preference of South Indian Boys

Partner Preference of South Indian Boys

Disclaimer: Readers are requested to take this light heartedly and not to concoct stories that I’m looking for girls in matrimony sites and inform my parents. Those who do so will be cursed to get caught in Mount Road traffic jam on a Friday evening.

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8 Comments on “Matri’money’ and South Indian Boys.”

  1. Pradeep Says:

    Awesome man…..LOL…Absolutely true!

  2. ashokjan24 Says:

    Thanks Pradeep..I guess u r also one of the eligible bachelors as specified by a majority 🙂

  3. Navin Says:

    This was a good one Srini , being your batch mate i know why you posted this . Now that you have posted this, read the book called – “Logic of Life by Tim Hartford”. He has dedicated a chapter on Marriage Market , nice read , atleast that chapter.

  4. vinitha Says:

    another cool blog…unga amma kitta na solren….ur curse will have no effect on me 😛

  5. Kasthuri Says:

    very true Srini. Recently went thru few profiles in BM for my brother. Partner expectation section that u have specified is same in most of the profiles…


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