My name is Ramkumar and I am currently Self Employed. I belong to a Upper Middle Class, Joint Family with Traditional Values. I have completed my B.Tecch., MBA. Part of existing family business in the Engineering Industry.
My son completed master degree in engineering and successful entrepreneur, Running own construction business in and around Chennai. We are a family with traditional values. To describe about our family, we belong to the Kamma caste and looking for a match from the same community.
In my own (sharath) words,
I am passionate about buildings, home decor and creating quality living spaces. Based on the same I have started my own company with a focus on serving the affordable housing market. I have a masters degree from University of Sheffield, England and a bachelors in engineering from SVCE, Chennai. My long term vision is to venture into multiple channels of my interest (in short become a serial entrepreneur) and settle down as a management consultant. I love food and always excited about trying new cuisines. Cleaning and Cooking is a therapy to my stressful situations. I am an old school romantic, prefer quality over quantity. I love long drives, listening to a mix of old and new tracks. Well thats one detail about me.
Coming to partner expectations, honestly nothing specific, just keeping my mind open. If you like my profile, please show an interest. Let parents do their astro part (I respect their beliefs), once they give a nod, let us talk and find out if they were right :-)
Few pointers that might interest me instantly, if you love trying new cusines and appreciate subtle tastes, drive a bike / a car, have a broader perspective of life.
We are four of us at home, my father (has taken a back-seat after actively working for 35 years and now guiding me in my civil projects), mother (homemaker, our philosopher and support system) and my lovely brother (currently doing his final year residency for his MBBS). We follow a simple and elegant lifestyle. My family has liberal and moderate views. We try to stick to our roots while we also accomodate some healthy modern influences.
Neither do we speak money nor encourage it.