Kshama Bindu is a well-known model, dancer, choreographer, senior HR, and social media personality from Daman, Gujarat, India who was born on 10 August 1998. She is an amateur model and has worked with many local brands. She is famously known in the country for her amazing and creative images on her official social media handles. She is sologamy and became the centre of the lime light after announce the fact.
Name : Kshama Bindu
Date of Birth : 10 August 1998
Age : 23 years
Birthplace : Daman, Gujarat, India
Nationality : Indian
Gender : Female
Occupation : Model, Dancer, Media Personality
Started Journey From : Not Published
Net Worth : $2 Million (approx)
Family Members & Education –
Bindu was born and brought up in Daman, Gujarat, India. Her father is an engineer who lives in South Africa her mother is also an engineer. She has a sister named Swati Dubey. The name of her parents is unpublished.
Bindu completed her education in Gender Studies and started her career as an HR Manager at Ashwamedh Political Consulting.
Father’s Name : Not Published
Mother’s Name : Not Published
Marital Status : Unmarried/ Bride to be
School : Local School
College : The Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda
Educational Qualification : Graduated
Kshama Bindu came to the limelight in June 2022 after announcing that she is going to tie the knot with herself on 11 June 2022. She will become the first Indian to do sologamy with the blessings of her parents (Sologamy or autogamy is marriage by a person to themselves).
Bindu said that she wanted to be a bride but was not ready to marry a boy so she decided to marry herself.
Reporters asked her why did she choose Sologamy and she answered this question by saying,
“Self-marriage is a commitment to be there for yourself and love yourself unconditionally. It’s also an act of self-acceptance. People marry someone they love. I love myself and hence this wedding.”
Legal experts, however, say that sologamy does not have any legal backing in India. “As per Indian laws, you cannot marry yourself. There has to be two persons in a marriage. Sologamy is not legal,” senior High Court advocate Krishnakant Vakharia said.