This is Rohith, from Anayara, Trivandrum, working as Assistant Engineer(Gazetted officer) in Kerala Irrigation Department.
Just because I am a government employee, doesn't mean I'm your typical mallu stereotype. Here's a brief description of who I am:
Bit of a techie, likes to stay updated with everything tech related.
Not traditional at all. Actually quite the opposite. I have my own way with everything.
Likes to repair stuff.
Non photogenic person.
Homely guy. I don't like to settle anywhere other than Trivandrum. My family, friends, home, my whole world is here. I just love it here. That doesn't mean I don't like exploring new places, because I do.
Loves hollywood movies (drama, comedy and sci-fi).
Not a temple goer. Not an atheist, but I don't believe in gods created by men and religions.
Playful most of the time. Rarely loses my temper. Sometimes gets quirky and childish at home, usually around my mother. I'm really fun around people I'm comfortable with.
Foodie and strictly a non-vegetarian. Loves trying new places and cuisines. Also likes experimenting new dishes at home every now and then.
Loves dressing up, grooming and taking care of my body.
Likes architecture, interior designing.
Really picky in nature.
Extremely frank; does not sugarcoat anything. Sometimes people's feelings gets hurt because of this.
Sort of an introvert. I never initiate a conversation with someone I don't know. Once you break the ice, we're good to go.
Unorganised, but perfectionist (I know that these two words doesn't make much sense together, but that's who I am)
Okay, that's enough about me. If interested, you can contact me or my parents.
B.Tech in electronica and communication engineering from kerala university, 2012.
working as senior systems engineer at infosys,trivandrum..Belong to a middle class ezhava family at Perumbavoor At present live inTrivandrum. Father is an electronics engineer running own Industry.Mother retired as professor from Govt Womens college Trivandrum.Looking for an educated and employed bride with moderate family values