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This wouldn't be such a necessary talk to have if Indian girls got more screen time in Western culture. Like, I get that we have Bollywood. And Aishwarya Rai is phenomenal and beautiful and pretty much everything I've ever wanted in a poster girl for Indian culture. I really mean that. But other than that, when you say "Indian culture", people automatically say something about Bend It Like Beckham sick topical reference, pal. There's nothing wrong with any of these topics, of course. I would never throw shade on paneer.
If my grandmother read that sentence, she would give me the most stern look in her Indian grandmother arsenal. These things are all awesome, but there's so much more, and if you're going to date an Indian girl, you need to at least try to be aware of the rest of it. Point being, while I appreciate the general appreciation for our food and culture and the occasional Ganesh reference on television, we could expand a little more.
Indian culture is full of endless possibilities. Tikka masala is just the beginning though it sure as hell is a good place to start. I'm North Indian, so my skin is pretty fair, and when people find out I'm Indian and the first follow up question is always, "Oh, is your mom a great cook? It doesn't necessarily mean they voted for Mitt Romney or that they are really religious although I guess both those things could be true also. It means that immigrant families came to this country and kept to themselves because of how they were treated. So they can be skeptical meeting new people.
And a little bit demanding about who their kid is spending time with. Arranged marriages are still very much a thing, but they've modernized. They typically last for days, there's mehndi henna and should you be fortunate enough to get invited as a plus one, try to make it through the ceremony without asking too many questions about dowries. But you'll probably be asked to try, and then you'll get a lecture about how you're using a "w" sound when you need to use a "v.
Not a bad thing, mostly it's just hilarious that it's a thing so many people do. Chances are, the girl you're having out with will be down to go for Indian food, but she'll know a better place than you. As do many people. She comes from a culture that, while beautiful, can be strict and occasionally overly traditional.
She might get a lot of pressure from her family to move in a specific direction. Again, she might not, but know that it's a possibility. India is huge. Foods have different names in different places. Not everyone just eats naan. Some people make dosas, some make pooris, all depending on where they are on the map, or what their family prefers.
I hear how that sounds, but I don't care because while you were being a cute toddler, she was possibly being taught how to meditate in a temple an hour from her house. Though like, while we're on this topic, it'd be a good idea if you learned who Aishwarya Rai and Hrithik Roshan were. They're both absolutely stunning, so it's for your own good. By Maya Kachroo-Levine. Yes, her parents probably make really good Indian food or they at least know where the best Indian restaurants in town are.An indian female for dating
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