magictransistor:

राधा और कृष्ण

lighturfire:

The Prismatic Room (festival artwork/poster closeup)

awwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwesome

lighturfire:

The Prismatic Room (festival artwork/poster closeup)

awwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwesome

windhorse:

Newari painting, Nepal

hipporacle:

#todaysmuse the yin & yang of your karmic lessons

hipporacle:

#todaysmuse the yin & yang of your karmic lessons

arjuna-vallabha:

Sri Nathaji Krishna

hinducosmos:

Lord Shiva (via ebay: Indian_ash)

pradaboiswagg:

thepristineway:

smuugzyfrannie:

I love October

Bout that time

Yasssssssssssssss mammmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm
Then November… Then December…. Yassssssssssssssssssss

how did….you know….8)

erikkwakkel:

Losing yourself in a labyrinth

Here is something special I happened upon by coincidence in a French database today. These unique drawings are found in a handwritten book from 1611 produced by Nicolas de Rély, a monk from Corbie. We know little about the author and the book is relatively unknown in scholarship, which is kind of amazing considering its topic: a study of medieval labyrinths. These large objects were mazes of up to 40 feet in diameter, built into the floor of cathedrals of twelfth and thirteenth-century Europe (see Chartres Cathedral, lower image). Church visitors, which included a lot of pilgrims, had to undertake a journey to its centre - the latter on their knees, by means of repentance. The labyrinth is also an intellectual exercise, of creating an object of perfect harmony, of balance and calculation, like the Gothic cathedrals which housed them. The monk in the early 17th century was so fascinated by them that he devoted a study to their shapes and routes, replicating them in detail: what a beautiful way to lose yourself!

Pic: Amiens, Bibliothèque municipale, MS 405 (dated 1611). More images and some more information here. More information of labyrinths here and in this PDF. More about the Amiens labyrinth here.

womanh0od:

nevver:

Is it Frida yet?

😻😻😻😻😻

womanh0od:

nevver:

Is it Frida yet?

😻😻😻😻😻

Posted on September 18, 2014

Reblogged from: JVELINX

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