A Victorious Diwali

So, this year’s Diwali has ended. Here’s to hoping that beauty has won and that this was a much-needed victorious Diwali. We bloody well need a light in the ongoing darkness.

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Sundarata Vidya Hai

Sundarata Vidya Hai
(Beauty Is True, Perfect Wisdom)

It’s Diwali! The holiday kind of snuck up on me this year. So, here’s my offering of “lights” to celebrate this festival and to remind myself and others that beauty is true, perfect wisdom.

May your life be as colorful, shimmering, and magical as the lights of Diwali. And may the light of beauty set afire the true, perfect wisdom in your heart and banish the darkness in your mind.

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She Listened To My PSA

She Listened To My PSA and chose a sexy costume of something that nobody would consider sexy
She Listened To My PSA

I do so love it when people read and comply with the PSAs and suggestions I make. In this case, this fine Desi babe obviously chose her Halloween costume with my costuming and cosplay suggestion firmly in mind. 😆 😆 😈

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Why I Love Bollywood

Why I Love Bollywood

The beautiful Desi babe in the video above is why I love Bollywood, especially their musicals and romcoms. Or, at least, she and those like her in the Indian film industry are a large part of why I do so. The others being a life-long love of classic musicals – think anything starring Howard Keel – and a desire to maintain at least a tiny bit of my lingering fluency in Hindi. 😉

And no, it’s not a “guilty pleasure,” because I feel neither guilt nor shame for loving Bollywood musicals and romcoms. They are, insofar as I know, the last iteration of both the cinematic and musical genres created in far better, past days in America and the feature beautiful women who love, as opposed to hating, their feminine curves.

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Inappropriate “Appropriations”

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Inappropriate “Appropriations” aka Oops!
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Upon seeing this beautiful, young woman, there’s an all-too-common sort of race-baiting, White-hating SJW which will instantly start ranting about “Cultural Appropriation” and “White Supremacy.” After all, she is wearing a Maang Tikka.

Well, Oops! The young lady in question is half French and half INDIAN! I guess they shouldn’t be so quick to judge women by the color of their skin. 😉

I will say, however, that she’s “overdressed” unless she’s having a beach wedding. As I’ve said before, Maang Tikka are part of Shaadi and are properly worn only at a woman’s wedding or at similarly important events.

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