Asks are open! If you have any questions regarsing dark academia (or anything else) feel free to ask!
reading shakespeare in century old books is a different vibe
also, i can’t decide if i hate or love sir john falstaff
Here’s a list of Bollywood Indie/Mainstream Dark Academia music that’s in my playlist, feel free to add more :
1. Manmarziya - Lootera (2013)
2. Shikayatein - Lootera (2013)
3. Monta Re - Lootera (2013)
4. Ek Woh Din - chachi 420 (1997)
5. Mann ki Lagan - Paap (2004)
6. Roshay - Made in Heaven (2018)
7. Boondein - Silk Route (1998)
8. Khuda Haafiz - Yuva (2006)
9. Pashmina - Fitoor (2018)
10. Yeh Fitoor Mera - Fitoor (2018)
11. Behene Deh - Raavan (2010)
12. Ishq Bina - Taal (1999)
13. Safarnama - Tamasha (2015)
14. Jiya Jale - Dil Se (1999)
15. Mar Jaaye Hum - Shikara (2020)
16. Tose Naina Laage/Jaaveda Zindagi - Anwar (2009)
17. Maula Mere - Anwar (2009)
18. Madno - Lamhaa (2010)
19. Saawli Si Raat - Barfi (2012)
20. Naiharwa - Kailasa (2006)
21. Surmayi Aankhen - Piya Basanti (2000)
22. Chaand Hai - Piya Basanti Again (2012)
23. Aise Na Dekho - Raanjhanaa (2013)
Taylor Swift - The Last Great American Dynasty
it doesn’t look like im going to be able to post an update for a while; living at home, even for five-ish weeks Is proving to be a bit more difficult than expected. but ill provide not-fashion updates just the same. happy holidays to everyone ! stay safe :)
my heart is buried in venice by ricky montgomery reminds me of henry winter, that is all
“Take the flowers in your hands, leave the thorns for my soul.”
~ Ali Mahmud Taha, from The Blind Musician; Modern Arabic Poetry (ed. by Salma Khadra Jayyusi)
You seem stressed.
*hands you my headphones*
Listen to Dancing Queen.
You’ll feel better.
“She placed at my feet the treasures of the Orient, the moon, and beyond. She reduced me to the size of an ant so I could experience the universe from that smallness; she gave me wings to see it from the heavens; she gave me the tail of a fish so I would know the depths of the sea.”
I’ve read a few of Allende’s novels and her memoir. I must say, I’ve settled on this one as my favorite just as one would settle on choice of wine: a few sips here and there, tightening of the taste buds around one flavor and the instinctive feeling. Not too much logic involved, only how it makes a person feel.
Me trying to be aesthetic
“Wisdom is not a product of schooling but of the lifelong attempt to acquire it.”
- Albert Einstein
Sense and Sensibility, Jane Austen
ESTJ’s as Jane Austen Quotes: Pt. 8
“To be reborn, we have to die first.”
anyway ladies, be gay, read books, do crime
Pride and Prejudice, Jane Austen
ESTJ’s as Jane Austen Quotes: Pt. 7
Cloaks or Coats? City or countryside? London or Paris? Coffee or Tea? Train or Boat? Velvet or Satin? Chandelier or Candelabra? Ball or dinner party? Edwardian or Victorian?