Thanks to our unique Relationship Questionnaire, e Harmony ensures that you’ll be introduced to Pakistani singles who share more than just your culture; our matches are based on several dimensions of compatibility, so you’ll be one-step closer to finding a Pakistani guy or girl who’s completely right for you.
At e Harmony, we know that finding Pakistani UK singles that you’re compatible with can be challenging, which is why we take the time to really get to know you and what you’re looking for in a partner.
Ethnic origin is Pakistani Snapchat - badboybash1 KIK - Walnuts999 Add me Name Mubasher. I like going out out eating out with friends and family cinema I support Liverpool I like watching and playing sports I like going gym 4-5 times a week ...
Ethnic origin is Pakistanihard working, loves a good laugh and introducing myself, i like cars and anything to do with them and i like games i.e. meal, movie or a good activity or even a quiet night ...
I am friendly, laid back, easy going with a good sense of humour.
I hope to find similar qualities in my future partner.
Asian D8events has 12 years of experience in Asian dating events in the UK and has managed to successfully organize 700 events to date with in excess of 20,000 attendees.Whether you’re a practicing Muslim or not, looking for a long-term relationship or marriage, we’ll introduce you to single Pakistanis who share your core values and want the same things that you do from a relationship.Our Relationship Questionnaire does take some time to complete, but it covers all of the core values that will help your relationship go the distance.When he was lunching at Buckingham Palace once, Winston Churchill bowed to King George VI and his consort, and boomed: “I believe that this is the first time I have had the honour to be invited to luncheon by their Majesties the King and Queen of Pakistan.”Even the jest must have afforded some satisfaction to a politician who had never been reconciled to the loss of the brightest jewel in Britain's crown, and a monarch who was denied the new title from India’s heroic age that he yearned for to compensate for the loss of “Ind Imp” after his name.The inheritor of that legacy now controls City Hall with its £17 billion budget and power over transport, policing, and planning, even though Pakistanis account for only 2.7 per cent of London’s population.“I’m determined to lead the most transparent, engaged and accessible administration London has ever seen, and to represent every single community, and every single part of our city” promises the “Mayor for all Londoners”, as Khan calls himself.The key to success has been the focus on attracting a smart and modern audience consisting of British Asian professionals.