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This is honestly my favorite South Asian aesthetic, the simple Bengali sari with some red and white combo and a large red bindi. I’m gonna do this. Later. After finals. So excited! (If I see any white girls reblogging this and removing my caption and replacing it with some “bohemian” shit I stg I will find your home address. And leave the rest to your imagination.) (I know there are stereotypes about Bengali women being tigresses and I am not afraid to absolutely live up to those stereotypes don’t try me)

Ablaze: A Shivaay/Anika OS

Big, huge, eternal thanks to @phati-sari, who has always inspired me with her beautiful writing, encouraged me to scribble whenever I’ve expressed an idea (however inane), and is first reader of everything I write. This would be an incoherent comma-ridden mess if not for you. I love you! <3 

Without further ado, here’s “Ablaze.” I hope you like it! 


Once again, she was in his arms.

This happened at an alarming rate lately, if the two of them were in a space together.

She’d been swirling around him like the hurricane she was, chattering animatedly, in one minute and the next, she’d tripped on air. And into his arms.

As she crashed into him, he fell back, balancing them against a serendipitously placed chair.

The world around him dimmed as his focus reduced to just the two of them.  

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