Spouts.

rabbrakha:

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rabbrakha:

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marathimirchi:

beautifulsouthasianbrides:

Saree by:Suneet Varma

This is lovely.

marathimirchi:

beautifulsouthasianbrides:

Saree by:Suneet Varma

This is lovely.

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Binsy - Q&A - #1
malayalapaadavali:

So this is basically how you incorporate the main consonants and the vowels. Please refer to the vowel and consonant sound descriptive posts I did earlier if you’re unsure or do ask me questions! 
This can be done with pretty much all the consonants as well. :)

malayalapaadavali:

So this is basically how you incorporate the main consonants and the vowels. Please refer to the vowel and consonant sound descriptive posts I did earlier if you’re unsure or do ask me questions! 

This can be done with pretty much all the consonants as well. :)

She is cute and pretty and like Awww.

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ramji rao speaking (1989) { the original of hera pheri },  mannar mathai speaking (1995) and mannar mathai speaking 2 (2014) 

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strandedingodsowncountry:

malayalapaadavali:

This is another letter that doesn’t really have an equivalent in English. While in most Malayalam English words it is represented by zha, it isn’t quite how it phonetically sounds. Common Malayalam words that use this letter are: ‘മഴ’ (Mazha/Rain), ‘വഴക്ക്’ (Vazhakku/Scolding or Fight), ‘പഴം’ (Pazham/ Fruit essentially, but most often refers to Banana).

Naaku vadikan parayum if you don’t say it properly. :)

Yes! Naakku vadikkal was an important part of my childhood + learning Malayalam. The trick is in arching your tongue back and trying to saying Ra. That and practice. It’s definitely one of the hardest letter to pronounce in Malayalam.

strandedingodsowncountry:

malayalapaadavali:

This is another letter that doesn’t really have an equivalent in English. While in most Malayalam English words it is represented by zha, it isn’t quite how it phonetically sounds. Common Malayalam words that use this letter are: ‘മഴ’ (Mazha/Rain), ‘വഴക്ക്’ (Vazhakku/Scolding or Fight), ‘പഴം’ (Pazham/ Fruit essentially, but most often refers to Banana).

Naaku vadikan parayum if you don’t say it properly. :)

Yes! Naakku vadikkal was an important part of my childhood + learning Malayalam. The trick is in arching your tongue back and trying to saying Ra. That and practice. It’s definitely one of the hardest letter to pronounce in Malayalam.

mount-wroclai:

Jiya Jale

"dhuaan chale dhuaan chale
raat bhar dhuaan chale
jaanuun na jaanuun na jaanuun na jaanuun na sakhe ri
dekhte hain tan mera man men chubhti hai nazar”

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My Son would Never Rape a Woman

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heisenblogger:

I wasn’t planning on eating the fruit salad, but I was subjected to pear pressure.

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comeintothelight:

beautifulsouthasianbrides:

Outfit by:Almas Tejani
Photo by:Studio Uma

that lehenga tho.

comeintothelight:

beautifulsouthasianbrides:

Outfit by:Almas Tejani

Photo by:Studio Uma

that lehenga tho.

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