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"Bride must not be addicted to social media" says West Bengal matrimonial ad, goes viral on social media

A man from Kamarpukur has gone viral on social media for a matrimonial ad which says that his prospective bride must “not be addicted to social media

Bride must not be addicted to social media says West Bengal matrimonial ad, goes viral on social media

Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  5 Oct 2020 9:15 AM GMT

Kolkata: In the age of social media when people are making friends and even getting married by getting introduced online, a man from West Bengal's Kamarpukur has gone viral on social media for a matrimonial ad which says that his prospective bride must "not be addicted to social media."

This strange tweet first came to notice when Nitin Sangwan, an IAS officer, shared a newspaper snippet of the advert and captioned it on Twitter, saying, "Prospective brides/grooms, please pay attention. Matchmaking criteria are changing."

Setting very high standards, don't you think so? Apart from that requirement, the man in question has many other criteria that the prospective bride must fulfill.

"Chatterjee 37/5'7" yoga practitioner, handsome, fair, non-addicted, advocate in high court and researcher. Lawyer family having house car, parents are present. Village house in Kamarpukur, with no demand, groom seeks fair, beautiful, tall, slim bride. Bride must not be addicted to social media," the complete advert reads.

The internet, however, is having none of it. Nitin Sangwan's post has gone viral on Twitter with almost 1,000 likes and several retweets. Most of the netizens seem to agree that it will be nearly impossible for the man to find such a wife for himself.

"Recruitment process ka sabse tough criteria," a user said. Another comment reads, "Destined to be a chronic bachelor."

"That's funny! Chatterjee won't get married," said another user, while yet another said, "Destined to be a chronic bachelor."

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