fistfuloffood:

Uthappams with Coconut Chutney.
My first meal prepared all by myself with a little help from Lady Luck !!
fistfuloffood:

Uthappams with Coconut Chutney.
My first meal prepared all by myself with a little help from Lady Luck !!
fistfuloffood:

Uthappams with Coconut Chutney.
My first meal prepared all by myself with a little help from Lady Luck !!
fistfuloffood:

Uthappams with Coconut Chutney.
My first meal prepared all by myself with a little help from Lady Luck !!

fistfuloffood:

Uthappams with Coconut Chutney.

My first meal prepared all by myself with a little help from Lady Luck !!

gh0stcity:

gh0stcity:

There’s an abundance of bad things happening right now, and it’s hard not to be sucked into that black hole of sadness, so let’s have a puppy party shall we.

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Because, let’s face it, dogs never grow up.

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ADDED BONUS, PUPS IN MOTION!!!

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stayuntilthewolvesareaway:

The more I watch this show, the more I realize I’m probably going to be Phil Dunphy in about ten years

(Source: fymodernfamily)

female-fashion-prodigy:

SONAAKSHI RAAJ 
RUNWAY: LAKME FASHION WEEK WINTER/FESTIVE 2014 
Sonaakshi Raaj is better known for her trademark saree gowns which compose of elegant floor skimming gowns enwrapped with material over the shoulder to give the appearance of a saree. 
At this year’s Winter/Festive fashion week held in Mumbai, Raaj encompassed in her collection gracefully designed saree gowns as well as jumpsuits, calve length dresses with thigh-high cuts, beautifully embroidered blazers worn with harem pants, jodhpurs and an assortment of striking bodices with delicate beading, crochet work and multicoloured mosaic prints. The showstopper of the collection was the maroon fishtail gown worn by Bollywood star Malaika Arora Khan. 
Colours ranged from pastel shades such as peach, baby pinks and blues, mint green and a selection of other tones with maroon red, dusty gold, shimmering silver, black and navy. The colours combined stunningly with the silky draped fabric and the layers of tulle. 
In her captivating collection, Raaj demonstrated the diverse ways of wearing sarees without stepping too much out of your comfort zone. Raaj has successfully broadened the choice of attires for modern Indian women with her sleekly fitted ensembles that fuses together Indian and westernised clothing. 
female-fashion-prodigy:

SONAAKSHI RAAJ 
RUNWAY: LAKME FASHION WEEK WINTER/FESTIVE 2014 
Sonaakshi Raaj is better known for her trademark saree gowns which compose of elegant floor skimming gowns enwrapped with material over the shoulder to give the appearance of a saree. 
At this year’s Winter/Festive fashion week held in Mumbai, Raaj encompassed in her collection gracefully designed saree gowns as well as jumpsuits, calve length dresses with thigh-high cuts, beautifully embroidered blazers worn with harem pants, jodhpurs and an assortment of striking bodices with delicate beading, crochet work and multicoloured mosaic prints. The showstopper of the collection was the maroon fishtail gown worn by Bollywood star Malaika Arora Khan. 
Colours ranged from pastel shades such as peach, baby pinks and blues, mint green and a selection of other tones with maroon red, dusty gold, shimmering silver, black and navy. The colours combined stunningly with the silky draped fabric and the layers of tulle. 
In her captivating collection, Raaj demonstrated the diverse ways of wearing sarees without stepping too much out of your comfort zone. Raaj has successfully broadened the choice of attires for modern Indian women with her sleekly fitted ensembles that fuses together Indian and westernised clothing. 
female-fashion-prodigy:

SONAAKSHI RAAJ 
RUNWAY: LAKME FASHION WEEK WINTER/FESTIVE 2014 
Sonaakshi Raaj is better known for her trademark saree gowns which compose of elegant floor skimming gowns enwrapped with material over the shoulder to give the appearance of a saree. 
At this year’s Winter/Festive fashion week held in Mumbai, Raaj encompassed in her collection gracefully designed saree gowns as well as jumpsuits, calve length dresses with thigh-high cuts, beautifully embroidered blazers worn with harem pants, jodhpurs and an assortment of striking bodices with delicate beading, crochet work and multicoloured mosaic prints. The showstopper of the collection was the maroon fishtail gown worn by Bollywood star Malaika Arora Khan. 
Colours ranged from pastel shades such as peach, baby pinks and blues, mint green and a selection of other tones with maroon red, dusty gold, shimmering silver, black and navy. The colours combined stunningly with the silky draped fabric and the layers of tulle. 
In her captivating collection, Raaj demonstrated the diverse ways of wearing sarees without stepping too much out of your comfort zone. Raaj has successfully broadened the choice of attires for modern Indian women with her sleekly fitted ensembles that fuses together Indian and westernised clothing. 
female-fashion-prodigy:

SONAAKSHI RAAJ 
RUNWAY: LAKME FASHION WEEK WINTER/FESTIVE 2014 
Sonaakshi Raaj is better known for her trademark saree gowns which compose of elegant floor skimming gowns enwrapped with material over the shoulder to give the appearance of a saree. 
At this year’s Winter/Festive fashion week held in Mumbai, Raaj encompassed in her collection gracefully designed saree gowns as well as jumpsuits, calve length dresses with thigh-high cuts, beautifully embroidered blazers worn with harem pants, jodhpurs and an assortment of striking bodices with delicate beading, crochet work and multicoloured mosaic prints. The showstopper of the collection was the maroon fishtail gown worn by Bollywood star Malaika Arora Khan. 
Colours ranged from pastel shades such as peach, baby pinks and blues, mint green and a selection of other tones with maroon red, dusty gold, shimmering silver, black and navy. The colours combined stunningly with the silky draped fabric and the layers of tulle. 
In her captivating collection, Raaj demonstrated the diverse ways of wearing sarees without stepping too much out of your comfort zone. Raaj has successfully broadened the choice of attires for modern Indian women with her sleekly fitted ensembles that fuses together Indian and westernised clothing. 
female-fashion-prodigy:

SONAAKSHI RAAJ 
RUNWAY: LAKME FASHION WEEK WINTER/FESTIVE 2014 
Sonaakshi Raaj is better known for her trademark saree gowns which compose of elegant floor skimming gowns enwrapped with material over the shoulder to give the appearance of a saree. 
At this year’s Winter/Festive fashion week held in Mumbai, Raaj encompassed in her collection gracefully designed saree gowns as well as jumpsuits, calve length dresses with thigh-high cuts, beautifully embroidered blazers worn with harem pants, jodhpurs and an assortment of striking bodices with delicate beading, crochet work and multicoloured mosaic prints. The showstopper of the collection was the maroon fishtail gown worn by Bollywood star Malaika Arora Khan. 
Colours ranged from pastel shades such as peach, baby pinks and blues, mint green and a selection of other tones with maroon red, dusty gold, shimmering silver, black and navy. The colours combined stunningly with the silky draped fabric and the layers of tulle. 
In her captivating collection, Raaj demonstrated the diverse ways of wearing sarees without stepping too much out of your comfort zone. Raaj has successfully broadened the choice of attires for modern Indian women with her sleekly fitted ensembles that fuses together Indian and westernised clothing. 
female-fashion-prodigy:

SONAAKSHI RAAJ 
RUNWAY: LAKME FASHION WEEK WINTER/FESTIVE 2014 
Sonaakshi Raaj is better known for her trademark saree gowns which compose of elegant floor skimming gowns enwrapped with material over the shoulder to give the appearance of a saree. 
At this year’s Winter/Festive fashion week held in Mumbai, Raaj encompassed in her collection gracefully designed saree gowns as well as jumpsuits, calve length dresses with thigh-high cuts, beautifully embroidered blazers worn with harem pants, jodhpurs and an assortment of striking bodices with delicate beading, crochet work and multicoloured mosaic prints. The showstopper of the collection was the maroon fishtail gown worn by Bollywood star Malaika Arora Khan. 
Colours ranged from pastel shades such as peach, baby pinks and blues, mint green and a selection of other tones with maroon red, dusty gold, shimmering silver, black and navy. The colours combined stunningly with the silky draped fabric and the layers of tulle. 
In her captivating collection, Raaj demonstrated the diverse ways of wearing sarees without stepping too much out of your comfort zone. Raaj has successfully broadened the choice of attires for modern Indian women with her sleekly fitted ensembles that fuses together Indian and westernised clothing. 
female-fashion-prodigy:

SONAAKSHI RAAJ 
RUNWAY: LAKME FASHION WEEK WINTER/FESTIVE 2014 
Sonaakshi Raaj is better known for her trademark saree gowns which compose of elegant floor skimming gowns enwrapped with material over the shoulder to give the appearance of a saree. 
At this year’s Winter/Festive fashion week held in Mumbai, Raaj encompassed in her collection gracefully designed saree gowns as well as jumpsuits, calve length dresses with thigh-high cuts, beautifully embroidered blazers worn with harem pants, jodhpurs and an assortment of striking bodices with delicate beading, crochet work and multicoloured mosaic prints. The showstopper of the collection was the maroon fishtail gown worn by Bollywood star Malaika Arora Khan. 
Colours ranged from pastel shades such as peach, baby pinks and blues, mint green and a selection of other tones with maroon red, dusty gold, shimmering silver, black and navy. The colours combined stunningly with the silky draped fabric and the layers of tulle. 
In her captivating collection, Raaj demonstrated the diverse ways of wearing sarees without stepping too much out of your comfort zone. Raaj has successfully broadened the choice of attires for modern Indian women with her sleekly fitted ensembles that fuses together Indian and westernised clothing. 
female-fashion-prodigy:

SONAAKSHI RAAJ 
RUNWAY: LAKME FASHION WEEK WINTER/FESTIVE 2014 
Sonaakshi Raaj is better known for her trademark saree gowns which compose of elegant floor skimming gowns enwrapped with material over the shoulder to give the appearance of a saree. 
At this year’s Winter/Festive fashion week held in Mumbai, Raaj encompassed in her collection gracefully designed saree gowns as well as jumpsuits, calve length dresses with thigh-high cuts, beautifully embroidered blazers worn with harem pants, jodhpurs and an assortment of striking bodices with delicate beading, crochet work and multicoloured mosaic prints. The showstopper of the collection was the maroon fishtail gown worn by Bollywood star Malaika Arora Khan. 
Colours ranged from pastel shades such as peach, baby pinks and blues, mint green and a selection of other tones with maroon red, dusty gold, shimmering silver, black and navy. The colours combined stunningly with the silky draped fabric and the layers of tulle. 
In her captivating collection, Raaj demonstrated the diverse ways of wearing sarees without stepping too much out of your comfort zone. Raaj has successfully broadened the choice of attires for modern Indian women with her sleekly fitted ensembles that fuses together Indian and westernised clothing. 
female-fashion-prodigy:

SONAAKSHI RAAJ 
RUNWAY: LAKME FASHION WEEK WINTER/FESTIVE 2014 
Sonaakshi Raaj is better known for her trademark saree gowns which compose of elegant floor skimming gowns enwrapped with material over the shoulder to give the appearance of a saree. 
At this year’s Winter/Festive fashion week held in Mumbai, Raaj encompassed in her collection gracefully designed saree gowns as well as jumpsuits, calve length dresses with thigh-high cuts, beautifully embroidered blazers worn with harem pants, jodhpurs and an assortment of striking bodices with delicate beading, crochet work and multicoloured mosaic prints. The showstopper of the collection was the maroon fishtail gown worn by Bollywood star Malaika Arora Khan. 
Colours ranged from pastel shades such as peach, baby pinks and blues, mint green and a selection of other tones with maroon red, dusty gold, shimmering silver, black and navy. The colours combined stunningly with the silky draped fabric and the layers of tulle. 
In her captivating collection, Raaj demonstrated the diverse ways of wearing sarees without stepping too much out of your comfort zone. Raaj has successfully broadened the choice of attires for modern Indian women with her sleekly fitted ensembles that fuses together Indian and westernised clothing. 
female-fashion-prodigy:

SONAAKSHI RAAJ 
RUNWAY: LAKME FASHION WEEK WINTER/FESTIVE 2014 
Sonaakshi Raaj is better known for her trademark saree gowns which compose of elegant floor skimming gowns enwrapped with material over the shoulder to give the appearance of a saree. 
At this year’s Winter/Festive fashion week held in Mumbai, Raaj encompassed in her collection gracefully designed saree gowns as well as jumpsuits, calve length dresses with thigh-high cuts, beautifully embroidered blazers worn with harem pants, jodhpurs and an assortment of striking bodices with delicate beading, crochet work and multicoloured mosaic prints. The showstopper of the collection was the maroon fishtail gown worn by Bollywood star Malaika Arora Khan. 
Colours ranged from pastel shades such as peach, baby pinks and blues, mint green and a selection of other tones with maroon red, dusty gold, shimmering silver, black and navy. The colours combined stunningly with the silky draped fabric and the layers of tulle. 
In her captivating collection, Raaj demonstrated the diverse ways of wearing sarees without stepping too much out of your comfort zone. Raaj has successfully broadened the choice of attires for modern Indian women with her sleekly fitted ensembles that fuses together Indian and westernised clothing. 

female-fashion-prodigy:

SONAAKSHI RAAJ 

RUNWAY: LAKME FASHION WEEK WINTER/FESTIVE 2014 

Sonaakshi Raaj is better known for her trademark saree gowns which compose of elegant floor skimming gowns enwrapped with material over the shoulder to give the appearance of a saree. 

At this year’s Winter/Festive fashion week held in Mumbai, Raaj encompassed in her collection gracefully designed saree gowns as well as jumpsuits, calve length dresses with thigh-high cuts, beautifully embroidered blazers worn with harem pants, jodhpurs and an assortment of striking bodices with delicate beading, crochet work and multicoloured mosaic prints. The showstopper of the collection was the maroon fishtail gown worn by Bollywood star Malaika Arora Khan. 

Colours ranged from pastel shades such as peach, baby pinks and blues, mint green and a selection of other tones with maroon red, dusty gold, shimmering silver, black and navy. The colours combined stunningly with the silky draped fabric and the layers of tulle. 

In her captivating collection, Raaj demonstrated the diverse ways of wearing sarees without stepping too much out of your comfort zone. Raaj has successfully broadened the choice of attires for modern Indian women with her sleekly fitted ensembles that fuses together Indian and westernised clothing. 

illmaticraj:


Veyil udikkunna vazhi arikath thanal orukkan vaa (x)
Minnaram (1994)

AAAAAAAAAAHHH MY PARENTS SING THIS ALL THE TIME!!!!! I love it so much because it is an integral part of my childhood!! <3 <3 

illmaticraj:

Veyil udikkunna vazhi arikath thanal orukkan vaa (x)

Minnaram (1994)

AAAAAAAAAAHHH MY PARENTS SING THIS ALL THE TIME!!!!! I love it so much because it is an integral part of my childhood!! <3 <3 

(Source: enroutetodreams)

"Ends are not bad things, they just mean that something else is about to begin. And there are many things that don’t really end, anyway, they just begin again in a new way. Ends are not bad and many ends aren’t really an ending; some things are never-ending."
—  C. JoyBell C. (via purplebuddhaproject)

vampire-daughter:

awwww-cute:

Don’t use the vacuum in the same room as her

OH MY GOSH DYING

dream-chaserxo:

Infused in the white bead is water from Mount Everest, the highest point on earth. In the black bead, mud from the Dead Sea, the lowest point on earth. Separating the two beads are clear beads, representative of the story we all have to tell. Life moves through cycles, find your balance.

"Sometimes you’re on top of the world, stay humble. Sometimes you’ve hit a low, stay hopeful.

(x)

(Source: deep-ocean)

sanderlust:

my biggest fear is falling and dying in the shower and my family finding me naked

(Source: 23jan)