Around 5 months after my visit to India, i found out that his parents offered an arranged bride for him. When i asked why they are doing this, he told me that his parents have got nothing against me and they like me as a person. Following this, we almost broke up this..we couldn't.He has told me that we will take it a day at a time, and when he gets his proper full-time job for work in his field of studies, then he will be ready to marry.Mingle2's Punjab personals are full of single guys in Punjab looking for girlfriends and dates.Meet Punjab single men today — sign up for Mingle2's FREE online Punjab dating site!But I can't imagine his family accepting that...Also, we were at a club one night dancing, and a Punjabi girl he didn't know came up to me and poured her drink on me (later his friend talked to her and found out it was because I'm white) and he retalliated by pouring his drink on her and going completely crazy on her (he was drunk, that is NOT a normal reaction), that's a good sign, right?I know he does not have an arranged marriage, but he has talked about how marriage is a very big deal for his family. My previous relationship was with a man from Kuwait whom after a year of intense romance left me high and dry to return home to get married... Another issue: I have a young child from a man that I was engaged to straight out of highschool, he knows about my son, but has shown no intrest in meeting him.He did admit one time that the main reason for him coming here wasn't work afterall, but to find "his princess". I have never brought it up either, but he did perk up and show some interest one day when he found out I had sole custody and he could be adopted by whomever I marry.
Firstly, I want to apologise for the stereotyping I will be doing throughout this article.
I remember when I began dating my husband, he made some 'jokey' comments which made me think, “gosh, I’m NEVER going to marry this typical Punjabi guy.” Here are some comments; a) “So when you become a housewife…” b) “When we have 5 children…” c) “When you’ll prepare my lunches…” With comment a) my reaction was, “So when did you ask me whether I wanted to become a housewife?
Meeting nice single men in Punjab can seem hopeless at times — but it doesn't have to be!
Many are typically heavily involved in all their children's life choices - from career, to choice in spouse, and they even meddle in their children's hopes and aspirations.
A lot of Indian families have a closeness that Western families do not have - whether it is by living together in joint families, or celebrating one of the many Indian holidays together - a sense of constant "togetherness".