My son is a software professional with a Bachelor's degree (B.Tech) in Computer science and engineering from NIT Durgapur, currently working and settled in private sector in London.
We belong to an upper middle class, nuclear family having moderate values with renowned family background for genius world famous ancestor.
He is caring, positive, down-to-earth, humble, teetotaler & playing county cricket for one of the top clubs in England. He was a winner of the UK technology excellence awards in 2019.
His hobbies and interests are cricket, jogging, exercise, solving puzzles, music and pets.
Desired partner preference:
We're strictly against any kind of smoking or drinking habits.
Non brahmins and manglik please excuse us!
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