what all should i do while dating indian girl

indian girls are complex creatures and you need to understand their heart and soul very clearly if you want to take it further. Unlike the saying, it is not very difficult to judge what a woman wants if you keep some basic facts in mind. No, don’t misjudge this as a ’6 din ladki in’ guide. This is more reasonable and effective than that, because it comes straight from the horse’s mouth.
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Desism-hidden-in-heart
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She could be a modern, independent, working woman who don’t really believe in old traditions and values, but deep down her heart beats for all things desi. Don’t take it too fast or you would get unexpected speed-breakers which would hamper what could have been the ultimate relationship.
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Maun-Vrat-can-kill-your-aspirations
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Talk as much as you can about things which matter to you, or to her. Conversations keep the spark in a relationship alive. Involve her with talks concerning your family and friends and she’ll know you’re not just another frog that she has to kiss before meeting her Prince Charming.
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Space For Her Family
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Be concerned about her work/family matters if she involves you and talks to you about them. A family means a lot to an Indian girl. If she is sharing those details with you, shower her with support and tell her she has a shoulder to lean on to, in case need be. There is no better thing than knowing that someone would be there to talk-it-all-out, at the end of a not so good day.
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Be-modest
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Don’t flaunt things because it generally pisses girls off. Modesty is the key to accommodating another person in your life. If you aren’t modest, there actually is no space for anyone else since you’re already so full of yourself.
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Respect-her-if-she-says-No
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Whether it is a no to a date, to a task, to meeting somebody, to a physical relationship, to a hug – whatever may the case be. Respect her choices. If she says No, it’s a No. Indian girls aren’t exactly the way they’re depicted in movies – the ones who say No but mean a Yes. We’ve moved on from that syndrome and we pretty much mean a No when we say No. Believe me, she isn’t saying a No which means a Yes. Respect her choices and she’ll respect you for that.
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Dont-impose-your-expectations-on-her
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Never compare her with your mother/sister/ex-girlfriend/friend. Girls, in general don’t take it well when they’re compared to another woman. Skip the comparisons and enjoy her company. You’ll thank me for this one!
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Flirting-is-okay-only-if-you-know-where-to-stop
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With an Indian girl, it is not really easy to demarcate though. But if you know her enough, this shouldn’t be a problem. Don’t go over the top because if she’s one of the traditional kinds, you would soon wish you didn’t cross the line.
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Be-yourself-and-dont-try-to-be-someone-youre-not
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You might succeed in impressing her, but it won’t take you any further. Later, when she comes to know the real you, she would know she fell for someone else who you’re not. Given the skewed sex ratio, she really has much more options than you – So play it right the first time.
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Give-her-space-and-dont-act-all-protective
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Being an Indian girl, she probably already as a protective father or a brother at home. You don’t want to be another one of what she already has. Give her the space to be herself and don’t judge her by what she wears and what she drinks. Allowing her to be herself is the best thing you could do, to make her feel loved.
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Give-her-the-most-precious-gift-of-all-i.e.-Your-Time
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Yes! She wants that more than that pricey engagement ring or a wedding dress. The more you stay with her, the more you strengthen the nascent string of faith that connects you guys.
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