The Muslims of Uttar Pradesh Trust Mr Mulayam Singh..He Gave Them Hope He Gave Them Wings, a photo by firoze shakir photographerno1 on Flickr. perhas the muslims of uttar pradesh dont trust mullahs imams who join the political bandwagon for personal gain no other thing build malls buy property live like kings ..with every new government that comes to power a new song sing,,,to power position as chamchas they cling divide the community stones they fling.. being a muslim but called a shia sunni sectarianism hate the greatest curse above all things being an Indian proud of our destiny jai hind
defacing the soul of poetry, a photo by firoze shakir photographerno1 on Flickr. we love piddling our angst on white washed walls we dig our nose we love scratching our balls our armpits the stench of open gutter in crowded trains sanity we love to assault we are born hypocrites in others we love to find faults we love to break rules fuck the traffic signal of life over speeding we dont halt drink drive kill on fresh wounds we sprinkle salt
A chādor or chādar (Persian: چادر) is an outer garment or open cloak worn by many Iranian women and female teenagers in public spaces. Wearing this garment is one possible way in which a Muslim woman can follow the Islamic dress code known as ḥijāb. A chador is a full-body-length semicircle of fabric that is open down the front. This cloth is tossed over the woman's or girl's head, but then she holds it closed in the front. The chador has no hand openings, or any buttons, clasps, et cetera, but rather it is held closed by her hands or tucked under the wearers arms.
Traditionally a light coloured or printed chador was worn with a headscarf (rousari), a blouse (pirahan), and a long skirt (damaan); or else a blouse & skirt or dress over pants (shalvar), and these styles continue to be worn by many rural Iranian women, in particular by older women. Historically in urban location…