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HOW TO WRITE YOUR MATRIMONY PROFILE

HOW TO WRITE YOUR MATRIMONY PROFILE

HOW TO WRITE YOUR MATRIMONY PROFILE

Let’s get straight into the important points you need to remember while making your profile on a matrimonial site.

Having a quality and truthful introduction. The integral part of an E-marriage profile is your introduction cause if you have the intent to find a life partner you have to make the effort to make your introduction standout.

As serious as it sounds it is not that difficult to make an impact just remember to be truthful to yourself and to the intro as and when you start writing after a few words the words flows easily.

Pointer to making a good intro are as follows:

Say “Hello”:

Whenever you meet someone you always greet them with a ‘Namaste’ or a ‘Hello’ and tell your name followed by where you are from. Ideally it would go like this:

‘Hello, my name is _____ and I was born and raised in _____ and I currently reside in _____.’

You can make it more appealing by better use of vocabulary.

State your “Beliefs”:       

Keeping aside being judged by someone truly state the type of person you are and aspire to be. Now beliefs do not state if you are religious or want have a particular type of lifestyle, it states your moral values and how you wish to move forward.

Career and Education:                          

Primary goal here is to be direct and precise about where you are working, what is your position, what you aspire to be, your highest educational qualification and if you want to continue to work after marriage (primarily for females). Do not use jokes or describe how and where you spent your time. As I said before be direct and precise about your career goals as soon as possible when a potential match arrives.

Family Details:

This is testimony to your lineage and background and one of the important things parents of your match will be considering. It is also essential to provide details about siblings if any and the current economic condition of the house (Upper or Middle), also mentioning beliefs of parents and if the bride is to live with the groom and his parents after marriage.

Describe the type of partner you are looking for:

State briefly the type of person you believe will be a good match for you. This describes you as much as it describes the type of person you are looking for. It is fine to be blunt and honest.

Other things:

Important again is to have a good and clear photograph without additional beautifications and accurate to your personality (eg. A person who likes travelling may choose to have a portrait in a travel destination they have been to).

Describe your hobbies and provide other details that you find necessary in your partner to have.