An Indian woman who uploaded a brutally honest ‘Marriage CV’ has been widely praised for issuing a war cry on behalf of young Indian women against parentally organised arranged marriages. I like motorbikes, I want to do a 5,000 kilometre road trip.Indhuja Pillai’s parents created a profile on a dating website for their daughter in order to help the 23-year-old find a husband. Pillai, from Bangalore, felt that the profile airbrushed her real personality and has extolled for the candour of her own self-description that she uploaded to her own website in response:“I wear glasses and look dorky in them. Even if I get married I wouldn’t want to settle down, we would just travel, I would want us to be wanderers and backpackers.”Since the piece went viral, she has been inundated with messages from young women who share her outlook and feel inspired by her revolt.“They say we’ll fight back with their parents and make them postpone their marriages. She told The Telegraph that she had posted it to scare away potential grooms because she has too many things she wants to do before marriage:“I don’t do women’s things like go to the salon, polish my nails or wear womanly clothes.

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