Bangladeshi women are known to be open-minded with an attendant sense of willful individuality. As such, they tend to require strong, secure men who can be supportive while also respecting their female mates’ strong sense of self. That being said, Bangladeshi women are trustworthy and devoted to their husband, which is further reinforced by cultural norms and by their devotion to their religion, which is an integral part of life in their home country. Not surprisingly, family is of the utmost importance to the women of Bangladesh.
Bangladeshi women generally have rich, tanned skin and dense and dark luxuriant hair. They are mostly petite in stature with feminine characteristics. They wear cosmetics to enhance rather than hide their innate natural beauty and tend to be most comfortable in a traditional sari tastefully adorned with jewelry. When it comes to dating, Bangladeshi women feel it to be a serious step, one on the way to marriage, as opposed to an end in itself. Marriage is the ultimate and paramount goal of any courtship. With marriage comes the desire to create a family, often at a younger age than most in the West. The Bangladeshi wedding celebration itself can be quite an affair, as it is considered a crowning achievement of any young woman. The wedding includes various rituals and ceremonies that often span several days.
A typical Bangladeshi woman enjoys creating culinary delights of their home country, and has a great love for literature, music and dance. The Bangladeshi bride is, despite a rather conservative and traditional upbringing, drawn to intellectual pursuits, usually with aspirations to achieve higher education; they are known to pursue ambitious job prospects while also retaining a balance between personal life and their career.
Bangladesh, known officially as the People's Republic of Bangladesh, is a country in South Asia that is bordered by India and Myanmar, (formerly known as Burma). With a population of more than 160 million people in a territory of only 144,000 km2 (56,977 sq. mi), Bangladesh is one of the world's most densely populated countries. Dhaka is the capital of Bangladesh and also has the distinction of being its largest city. More than 98% of Bangladeshis speak Bengali as their mother tongue and is also the country’s official language. Islam is by far the predominant religion of this country.