Kerala woman seeks groom on Facebook, requests Zuckerberg to include FB matrimony

The Facebook matrimonial ad of Jyothi KG says she has no demands and horoscope or caste are not important.

Mumbai: While most people on Facebook upload, share videos, photographs on their social networking platform to stay connected, this 28-year-old Kerala woman has a complete new purpose to use the networking site.

Jyothi KG, a resident of Kerala’s Malappuram is using Facebook to find herself a life partner.

Jyothi, the designer from Kerala, posted a matrimonial ad for herself on her Facebook profile last week. Using the hashtag #FacebookMatrimony she urged her friends to help find her a prospective groom. Her matrimonial ad, now viral, says that she has no demands and horoscope or caste are not important.

"I am single. If any of you friends know anyone, let me know. I have no demands. Horoscope or caste aren't important. My parents are not alive. I have done B.Sc in Fashion Designing. I am 28. My brother is working in Mumbai as a Senior Art Director and my sister is pursuing Civil Engineering," the ad reads in Malayalam.

Jyothi also shared a photo of herself as part of the matrimonial ad.

The post which was put up on April 26, has already been shared over 6,000 shares, at the time. What is more interesting is that Jyothi has already received many proposals in the comment section of her Facebook post.

Along with her matrimonial pursuits, Jyothi also had a request for Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg. Addressing Zuckerberg, she requested him to include #FacebookMatrimony as part of the Facebook's main network so people could find a spouse themselves without having to worry about traditional societal parameters.

"There are a lot of people out there finding it difficult to get hitched. With #FBMatrimony, I hope that they will be able to save themselves from the exploitation marriage brokers and matrimony sites, and also will be able to find the perfect life partner," she wrote.

"I am also sure that, they will be able to liberate themselves from the caste and horoscope based discrimination with the use of these developments"

She urged her Facebook friends to do the same and write to Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg.

( Source : Deccan Chronicle. )
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