Whatever moves you, whatever urges you to create, to build, whatever keeps you from failing, whatever helps you survive, is perhaps the oldest and the simplest emotion known to mankind, and that is LOVE.
Uddey naal yaari kadey naa layiye Jinhu aapne uttey garoor hove Maa baap nu bura kadey naa aakhiye Bhaave lakh unha daa kasoor hove Bure raaste kadey naa jaayiye Bhaave manzil kinhee vee door hove Raah jaande nu dil naa diyaiye Bhaave lakh udhey mukh te noor hove Par ‘Bulleh Shah’ mohabbatan uthey paayiye Jithe pyaar nibhaayun da dastoor hove
Ashton and Calum falling asleep after an all nighter movie marathon and Michael and Luke can’t go to sleep so they start making out a lil until Ashton starts to fuss around a bit because luke starts kissing down Michaels neck and he can’t help but to moan when the larger boy sucks on his collar bone
Photographer: KarachiChaiWalla Instagram: @karachichaiwalla Gear: Canon Rebel t4i with 50 mm lens Software: Edited using iPhoto
“The KarachiChaiWalla is the testament of a typical burger boy, born and raised in Karachi, Pakistan. In a effort to figure out life’s true purpose with an occasional search for a little halla gulla, he sets out not knowing what to expect from a city that continues to inspire, scare and intrigue.”
Pictures featured, top to bottom:
1.) Praying in Dada’s Mustard Field.
2.) I just asked these two boys selling bubble-kits to come down to the beach. The youngest one, almost instinctively I swear, positioned himself in front of the sun and knew exactly the shot I was looking for. SubhanAllah!
3.) This is what happens when you ask an elderly Pathan baba to act like a kid again. Magic with some confetti. Lets never forget we were once kids.
4.) “Yeh TV par toh nahien aayega na? Ghar walla ko nahien dikhana hai k mein Karachi aa kar kaisay zindagi guzar raha hoon.“ Translation: This won’t be on TV, right? I don’t want to show my parents how I’m living my life in Karachi. Shehzad, a young dhol walla at Abdullah Shah Ghazi. Its kind of baffling when you meet someone who has the same struggles and concerns as you do from a different background and lifestyle.
5.) In a thick Pathan accent: “I haven’t changed any of my chai prices since my father died ten years ago. Everything is not about making paisa. Zindagi baraf ki tarah pighal jaati hai. Kisi ki intizaar mein nahein. Bas achay achay kaam mein shamil hotey raho takay vaha *points upward* kuch javaab de sako." Translation: Life melts away like ice, it does not wait for anything. Just do good deeds so that when you go up there, you have something to answer for.
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Shah Jahan built the beautiful Taj Mahal in the memory of his wife, Mumtaz Mahal. At the end of his life, Shah Jahan was deposed and restrained by his son, Aurangzeb, in the Agra Fort. It is rumoured that Shah Jahan died in Muasamman Burj, a tower with a marble balcony with a view of the Taj Mahal.