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Can you paint with all the colors of the wind?

Piscean, Bangalore born and raised, UC Berkeley 2012 grad, Teach For India 2013-15 Fellow, utterly addicted to binge reading and black coffee, raging insomniac, and incorrigible BBC Sherlock-Mean Girls-Harry Potter fangirl :) Feel free to say hello, anon is always enabled!
Apr 18 '14

samosass:

itsbollywood:

Bollywood actress wearing Sabyasachi 

dat one of vidya tho

Apr 18 '14
beautifulsouthasianbrides:

Photo by:Asgher Hussain

beautifulsouthasianbrides:

Photo by:Asgher Hussain

Apr 17 '14
Apr 17 '14

shelbysbutt:

gabydunn:

#kingbaby

omg

(Source: obsessedwiththeroyals)

Apr 17 '14
I spy a quaint little birdhouse :)

I spy a quaint little birdhouse :)

Apr 17 '14

Just voted for the first time ever! I came all the way from Pune just to experience this particular rite of passage- I haven’t been in the country during elections since I turned 18 :D

Also, I’ve missed the Indian mango season for the past five years, which just makes all my current mango ODing that much sweeter.

It’s the little things :)

Apr 17 '14
Apr 17 '14
superwholocked-in-albion:

jeankd:

thegoddamazon:

The most important line in the whole damn song. MESSAGE.

The only historically accurate line in the whole film. 

excuse u

superwholocked-in-albion:

jeankd:

thegoddamazon:

The most important line in the whole damn song. MESSAGE.

The only historically accurate line in the whole film. 

excuse u

Apr 17 '14
Apr 17 '14

How you know you’ve raised your kids right…

I miss my little monkeys already. School’s been out for barely a week; how am I supposed to survive the next seven weeks without my students?!

I was just remembering how, when I walked into class with huge stacks of holiday homework, they all started clapping and cheering. And when I explained that the homework drills were differentiated according to each student’s levels, they cheered louder.

This was after dire warnings by pretty much EVERYONE- my family, friends, even other TFI Fellows- that my kids would feel overwhelmed and burdened by so much holiday homework, that they would resent us for it. Yet, as a kid, I always welcomed holiday homework because I was inevitably bored after the first few weeks of play- and I’m glad my kids expressed the same sentiment.

Sigh. They drive you up the wall and push you to your limit, but children make everything worthwhile :) Gonna head back to Pune and spend next week at the community center, hanging out with the kids who’re still in town. Most of them spend their entire break in their native villages though.