Mysuru: Retired teacher, aged 73, places ad for life partner


Team Udayavani, Mar 28, 2021, 11:19 AM IST

Mysuru: A retired female teacher in  Mysuru sparked a debate after she released a matrimonial ad seeking a husband.

In the advertisement, the woman stated that she is looking for an alliance with an older Brahmin man, who is healthy. The woman also mentioned that she has lost her parents and has been leading a lonely life for a while.

She further stated that she is a divorcee and fears walking home from the bus stop or leading a life alone. She says that she needs a “companion for the rest of my life”

The ad drew applause from many and they praised her for breaking stereotypes while a few also said that the ad is an eye-opener for a society where elder people are mostly neglected and often face loneliness.

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