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Guest SINGH

Wjkk Wjkf Sadh Sangat ji

I am looking for a Singhini that lives outside of india preferably Australia but anywere would be fine, that is looking for a rishta.

I have a very very great friend in India in my eyes a true Sikh. He had helped me when i went to india to do seva and learn Gurbani being that i didnt know much punjabi, this Singh decided to come to the dera stayed for a year just for me. He has been doing seva for 5-6 years himself for baba ji. He has a college degree so he is edjucated and is a AWESOME dude i can't say that enough. We are very good mates even now.

I know nobody wants an Indian wala Singh but if you are looking for a great Singh this is your chance. He gave up his dreams just to do seva and i could'nt live with myself knowning that i didnt try to help him out in some way or return a favour myself. My family and I dont know anybody ourselves so i thought this site would be my last resort.

But anyway for some details about him

He is 27 years old

He has completed college

He understand english 100%

He is 6ft tall

He is Amritdhari

He is good looking

And is wealthy (high class according to india standards)

He is a very nice guy, very leader like at same time, Very responable, very smart, switched on, very very funny and honestly greatest friend someone could have.

Please anybody out there (sisters) looking for a ristha leave ur email address on this chat and Ill contact u Asap... or contact me on KIK: Saintsoldier1984 i guarentee this guy is legit i swear.

Remember it is SAINTSOLDIER1984 exactly

(YES I SPELT SOLIDER WRONG lol)

Thank you sangat ji

Wjkk wjkf

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That's how you spell soldier. and why, can't she be from india

Maybe because he's probably trying to marry someone for a visa; (or the other way around on him not wanting someone marrying him for a visa).

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Guest SINGH

That's how you spell soldier. and why, can't she be from india

Oh is it. Its been a while havent properly used my brain thanks though.

He told me his dreams were to go/live overseas etc so i want to help him.

And thanks to anyone that has msged me.

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