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Yours II

Merry Christmas Eve & Happy Holidays & all the well wishes to you lovelies!

Here is the second part of my Wolfstar Soulmate AU Christmas gift.

If you would like to read part one.

Warning: NSFW


  • James was like no one Remus had ever met before
  • Tall, dark, handsome with a fiery wit that matched Lily’s so well
  • And an incredibly ridiculous sense of humor
  • Every other sentence was something coated in sarcasm
  • Or so unbearably romantic Remus couldn’t help but cringe
  • He had Remus laughing and rolling his eyes in a matter of seconds
  • Perfect match
  • The house was bustling with people
  • Every few seconds it was another kiss on the cheek and a merry smile
  • A brief well wish and a pat on the arm
  • ‘Did you invite everyone you’ve ever met Lil?’
  • Remus was sipping some eggnog alcohol concoction James had made him
  • And his head was starting to spin

Keep reading


Kalika Mata Temple, Pavagadh
India 40’s Print (via ebay: allegory003)

Kālikā Mata Temple is a Hindu goddess temple complex and pilgrim centre at the summit of Pavagadh Hill in Panchmahal district, India, within the Champaner-Pavagadh Archaeological Park.

It dates from the 10th or 11th centuries. The temple has three images of goddesses: the central image is of Kalika Mata, flanked by Kali on the right and Bahucharamata on the left. On Chitra sud 8, a fair is held at the temple which is attended by thousands of devotees.
The temple is the site of one of the Great holy Shakti Peethas. wiki


The year is 1863. Champaner. A small village in the heart of India. The people of Champaner depended on agriculture like those in thousands of villages. A British cantonment bordered the village. Two miles south, beyond the cantonment, was the fort of the Rajah of this province. The British protected the Rajah’s domain from neighbouring attacks. They also promised the other Rajahs protection from this Rajah. Thanks to this double-dealing, the British collected a tax from the Rajahs paid by every farmer in the country. Lagaan. The submission of a portion of the farmer’s harvest to the Rajah as tax. Every Rajah collected lagaan from villages under his rule. The Rajah would keep one share and give the rest to the British. In this way, the British fist grew iron strong. Like thousands of villages across the country the farmers of Champaner toiled on empty bellies and paid taxes to the Rajah every year. Last year it rained, but very little. And this year, there has been no rain so far.