Jodhpur still life in pink
- You’re sweeter than jalebi
- Let me strum your sitar
- I wanna squeeze your gulab jamuns
- lets do some bedroom bhangra
- Boy i wanna taste your kulfi
- Be my leila i’ll be your majnu
- Do you eat eggplants? Cuz yo body is bengan
- If you were chawal, i’d be like daal all over you
- Can i get in your shalwar
- My insides are bhangra-ing for you
An Indian potter prepares a diya (earthen lamp) ahead of Diwali, the Hindu festival of lights, in New Delhi on October 30, 2012. Hindus all over the world decorate their homes with earthen lamps and light candles to celebrate Diwali, symbolising, according to Hindu mythology, the homecoming of Lord Rama after vanquishing ten-headed demon King Ravana.
I know this flyover infested spot but never imagined it once looked like this. Go Byculla !
Chikankari, from Lucknow, is embroidery made with white untwisted yarn with the help of a needle on a fine cloth
Group of silver and copper smiths in a workshop in Jammu+and Kashmir 1895
A rare sculpture of Shiva with a linga
“The erect phallus, the linga, is self stirred, a result of spiritual enlightenment. The erect phallus of Shiva represents the inner flames of tapa. It is the symbol of ananda, true bliss that follows the uncrumpling of the mind” Dr Devdutt Pattanaik A Handbook of Hindu Mythology.
At last an understanabale explanation of the linga. It is an arousal from the inner self and not external stimulus. Hinduism doesn’t share the judeo christian discomfort with the body and “sexuality”