Perhaps this is what a Bengali man thought of when he advertised in a matrimonial section, looking for a bride who "must not be addicted to social media".
The screenshot of the post on a local Indian newspaper has been trending on social media, especially Twitter, since yesterday.
According to the would-be groom identified as Chatterjee, he is a 37-year-old "handsome and fair", yoga-practising lawyer from West Bengal, looking for a "fair, tall, beautiful and slim bride, who must not be addicted to social media".
The matromonial ad was then shared by an Indian public service officer, who remarked: "Prospective brides/grooms please pay attention. Match making criteria are changing."
The post elicited various reactions from Twitteratis, with many remarking that the prospective groom will never find his match.
Prospective brides/grooms please pay attention.— Nitin Sangwan, IAS (@nitinsangwan) October 3, 2020
Match making criteria are changing ? pic.twitter.com/AJZ78ARrHZ
Others slammed the lawyer as being shallow, for prioritizing looks over characteristics.
Photo source: Twitter, specialevents.com