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caring, friendly, easy going, passionate about travelling, loving nature
Salam walekum wa rehmatulahe wa barkatahu......Here i am going to discuss about myself. I was born and brought up at Kolkata in India. I have studied Electronics and Communication Engineering and worked for 2 years at an Indian multinational IT firm. After that I left my job and came to Auckland for pursuing my Masters in IT at the University of Auckland. In my leisure time i love playing guitar and engage myself in activities like philately. I am looking forward for a girl to enter my life and change it in a positive way. I dont like to engage myself in other's affairs and love to mind my own business. I dont judge people and also dont like others who judge me. I try my best to lead my life according the Quran and sunnah.
I’m an architect and I’ve wanted to be one since I was a child. I’m a hard-working man and I sometimes put a dangerous amount of effort for the things that I care about. I find it easier to talk about the things that I am not and work backwards through a process of elimination. I’ve noticed that I’m not like most people around me. By that I mean that I’m not into UFC, I don’t play computer games and I’ve never owned a PlayStation. I had something called a video game growing up, which was kinda like the N64. I liked rap music specifically Tupac, Eminem and 50cent. I’m not sure what genre Taleb Kweli’s music is and I like that too. Frank Sinatra, Miles Davis and Michael Buble when I want to see a glass half full.
I am reverted to Islam and need a muslimah wife insahallah.
Myself a simple Muslim guy , easygoing , jovial and friendly. Striving to maintain a balance between two worlds.
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