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Niko
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39 Delhi, Delhi, India

Male / Single / ID: 158261

Seeking Any For: Penpal, Friendship, Romance / Dating

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Niko

He's Looking For

Education:

High School
High School, Bachelors Degree, Masters Degree, PhD or Doctorate

Have children:

No
Any

Drink:

Don't drink
Don't drink

Smoke:

Do smoke
Any

Religion:

Buddhist
Buddhist

Occupation:

Student
Any

Member Overview

To me there are few things more beautiful than colorful prayer flags fluttering in the wind- sometimes waving gently, sometimes raging; a dance of shadow and light. There is perhaps no simpler way to create good merit in this troubled world of ours than to put prayer flags up for the benefit of o...
To me there are few things more beautiful than colorful prayer flags fluttering in the wind- sometimes waving gently, sometimes raging; a dance of shadow and light. There is perhaps no simpler way to create good merit in this troubled world of ours than to put prayer flags up for the benefit of other living beings. Prayer flags are not just pretty pieces of colored cloth with funny writing on them. The ancient Buddhist prayers, mantras and powerful symbols displayed on them produce a spiritual vibration that is activated and carried by the wind across the countryside. All beings that are touched by the wind are uplifted and a little happier. The silent prayers are blessings spoken on the breath of nature. Just as a drop of water can permeate the ocean, prayers dissolved in the wind extend to fill all of space. The prayer flag tradition has a long continuous history dating back to ancient Tibet, China, Persia and India. The tradition has now reached the West and is rapidly gaining popularity. The meanings behind prayer flag texts and symbols, indeed behind the whole idea of prayer flags, are based on the most profound concepts of Tibetan Buddhist philosophy. The Tibetan word for prayer flag is Dar Cho. “Dar” means to increase life, fortune, health and wealth. “Cho” means all sentient beings. Prayer flags are simple devices that, coupled with the natural energy of the wind, quietly harmonize the environment, impartially increasing happiness and good fortune among all living beings.
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hiI am interested in overseas culture and person.The foreigner says one's opinion clearly and shows it in a manner. I respect you. please teach me your culture and true love
hiI am interested in overseas culture and person.The foreigner says one's opinion clearly and shows it in a manner. I respect you. please teach me your culture and true love

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Niko

He's Looking For

Basic

Gender:
Male
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Age:
For privacy reasons, age is accurate to within 2 weeks
39
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Lives in:
Delhi, Delhi, India
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Relocate:
Not sure about relocating
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Appearance

Hair color:
Red
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Eye color:
Black
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Height:
5'2" (158 cm)
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Weight:
50 kg (110 lb)
51 kg (112 lb) - 130 kg (286 lb)
Body style:
Slim
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Ethnicity:
Asian
Asian
Complexion:
Fair
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Appearance:
Below average
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Physical / Health status:
Normal
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Lifestyle

Drink:
Don't drink
Don't drink
Smoke:
Do smoke
Any
Eating habits:
Any
Marital Status:
Single
Any
Have children:
No
Any
Number of children:
N/A
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Want (more) children:
Not Sure
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Occupation:
Student
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Income:
$30,001 - $60,000 USD
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Residency status:
Student Visa
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Background / Cultural Values

Nationality:
China
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Education:
High School
High School, Bachelors Degree, Masters Degree, PhD or Doctorate
Languages spoken:
English
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Mother tongue:
Hindi
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Religion:
Buddhist
Buddhist
Caste:
Other
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Religious values:
Religious
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Cultural values:
Mixed Western and Indian
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Family values:
Moderate
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Family status:
Middle Class
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Family type:
Joint Family
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Fathers occupation:
Other
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Mothers occupation:
Other
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Number of brothers:
1
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Number of sisters:
1
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Number of brothers married:
1
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Number of sisters married:
1
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Nakshatram:
Don't Know
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Manglik:
Don't Know
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Blood group:
O +
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Hobbies & Interests

Entertainment:

Writing

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