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Little Krishnas in Little India ! Singapore ...Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Little Krishnas in Little India ! Singapore ...Flickr - Photo Sharing!

@Michelle Seaman amazing how taking off a few frilly trims and painting it a nice colour one can change a garden shed into a contemporary summer house/shelter near your barbecue

@Michelle Seaman amazing how taking off a few frilly trims and painting it a nice colour one can change a garden shed into a contemporary summer house/shelter near your barbecue

Here's the best gift you can give this Christmas.  Warm winter clothes for a child.    Help a Syrian child survive the cold by providing a set of warm winter clothing. Your  gift will kit out a vulnerable child with jackets, trousers, fleeces, boots or strong shoes, scarf and a hat.

Here's the best gift you can give this Christmas. Warm winter clothes for a child. Help a Syrian child survive the cold by providing a set of warm winter clothing. Your gift will kit out a vulnerable child with jackets, trousers, fleeces, boots or strong shoes, scarf and a hat.

Shiva Shakti power. And if you ask me, it looks like another symbol for the two kabbalistic pillars.

Understanding Hindu Metaphysics

Shiva Shakti power. And if you ask me, it looks like another symbol for the two kabbalistic pillars.

Beautiful Blue Black - like Krishna. The blackest blue in India and she is subject to extensive prejudice cause of her dark hue! Dravidian ..The ancient "blue race" of India still exists in the bloodlines. Dravidian indeed. Kushite Indian Beggar in Mumbai, South India In Irish-Scottish Gaeilge (or Gaelic), people of African descent were historically referred to as the fir gorum, or blue men. People of this race were described as "blue" rather than as "black."

Beautiful Blue Black - like Krishna. The blackest blue in India and she is subject to extensive prejudice cause of her dark hue! Dravidian ..The ancient "blue race" of India still exists in the bloodlines. Dravidian indeed. Kushite Indian Beggar in Mumbai, South India In Irish-Scottish Gaeilge (or Gaelic), people of African descent were historically referred to as the fir gorum, or blue men. People of this race were described as "blue" rather than as "black."

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