Mumbai Woman With 4 LPA Salary Seeks Groom who Earns 'At Least 1 crore’: Internet Divided

She emphasised the importance of a stable profession, preferably in the form of owning a home, having a job, or running a business in Mumbai.
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In the age of social media, where trends and memes spread like wildfire, it's not uncommon for a seemingly innocuous post to capture the attention of the internet. Such was the case recently when a snapshot detailing a woman's extensive checklist for her ideal life partner surfaced on X. A 37-year-old woman from Mumbai seeking a groom has gone viral on social media for her distinctive criteria regarding the type of partner she wishes to marry.
An X user named Ambar shared some screenshots that caught the eye of many. According to the translation from Marathi to English, the woman in the snapshots mentioned that she works in Mumbai and is seeking a partner who also resides and works in the city. She emphasised the importance of a stable profession, preferably in the form of owning a home, having a job, or running a business in Mumbai. Additionally, she expressed a preference for a partner from an educated family background, ideally someone in the medical field like a surgeon or a professional such as a Chartered Accountant (CA). Furthermore, the snapshots revealed her expectation for a minimum annual income of at least one crore rupees.
Since being shared, the post has gained more than 80,000 views. Many people took to the comments section of the post to share their reactions.
A user wrote, "As per IT data, only 1.7 lakh people have an income higher than one crore in India. So her chance of finding her 'dream' man is 0.01% at 37 yrs of age." A second said, "Nothing wrong with this. Everyone has a right to choose. “She has the right to choose her groom. Likewise, men have the right to reject her."
A third commented, "I have gone through this so-called marriage marketplace and have also encountered such profiles. I have found that such profiles are made by parents who have high expectations."
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