christianlaffey:

Indians know how to live

(via the-hyacinthgirl)

Timestamp: 1406523703

christianlaffey:

Indians know how to live

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(Source: just-action, via mfgoon209)

diecry:

カウボーイビバップ COWBOY BEBOP

(via malmobeachnightparty)

Timestamp: 1406523508

diecry:

カウボーイビバップ COWBOY BEBOP

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onlyblackgirl:

talking to white people about racism

(Source: bryansbeard, via cali-cocaine)

Timestamp: 1406523479

onlyblackgirl:

talking to white people about racism

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(Source: aintthather, via zen-paradox)

First off, I was lookin’ real good.

Timestamp: 1406430075

First off, I was lookin’ real good.

I need to go the store to buy butter and cheese.

Timestamp: 1406430026

I need to go the store to buy butter and cheese.

mughalshit:

Ram’s Head Dagger

India (likely Jaipur), Mughal, 18th or 19th century

Hilt: Gold, enameled and set with precious stones; kundan technique Blade: steel

Often tucked into a sash or horseman’s boot, daggers in Mughal India displayed the wealth and power of their owners. An intricately patterned ram’s head pommel adorns the hilt of this dagger, made in the kundan technique in which gems are set into malleable pure gold foil, allowing them to be arranged in any pattern or density over curved surfaces. In this dagger, pieces of quartz adorning the cross guard are surrounded by raised borders of gold which form the curved lines of a flower. The ram’s head is decorated with a floral scroll and is separated from the hilt grip by a quartz collar, also in the kundan method.

This dagger bears a striking resemblance to another dagger posted recently.

(Source: metmuseum.org, via lalaei)

Timestamp: 1406429946

mughalshit:

Ram’s Head Dagger

India (likely Jaipur), Mughal, 18th or 19th century

Hilt: Gold, enameled and set with precious stones; kundan technique Blade: steel

Often tucked into a sash or horseman’s boot, daggers in Mughal India displayed the wealth and power of their owners. An intricately patterned ram’s head pommel adorns the hilt of this dagger, made in the kundan technique in which gems are set into malleable pure gold foil, allowing them to be arranged in any pattern or density over curved surfaces. In this dagger, pieces of quartz adorning the cross guard are surrounded by raised borders of gold which form the curved lines of a flower. The ram’s head is decorated with a floral scroll and is separated from the hilt grip by a quartz collar, also in the kundan method.

This dagger bears a striking resemblance to another dagger posted recently.

(Source: metmuseum.org, via lalaei)

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Timestamp: 1406429942

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(Source: born--for--this, via lalaei)