Still amaze when a man and his wife asked sister and me to take a selfie when we are visiting Lalbagh Fort. They was very kind and happy to met us. We had a small conversation and then take picures together. I hope this can happen in my Indonesia.
Tradition is something people are following for decades to decades. There are thousands and millions of traditions all around the world. No matter how civilized and modern a society is they always follow a specific tradition. Tradition is something that carries all the weight of a culture. Here I'm wearing KHUSSA (a traditional men's wear) from @monroe_khussas carrying our own tradition of this south asian continent. . . (Swipe left to have closer details) . . 📸 @saimon_murad (pre production)
The club isn't the best place to find a lover So the bar is where I go Me and my friends at the table doing shots Drinking fast and then we talk slow Come over and start up a conversation with just me And trust me I'll give it a chance now Take my hand, stop, put Van the Man on the jukebox And then we start to dance, and now I'm singing like
I’m sure many of you fellow Bengalis can relate to how the typical visit to Bangladesh is like: You spend the entire time visiting relatives, not understanding how you have THIS many relatives here or how you HAVE to go see your mom’s cousin’s grandma’s sister because she once held you as a baby 😐 While family is the main reason for our visit, it was incredibly cool to experience these other parts of Bangladesh, with its history, #architecture, & rich Mughal influences. 🕌 #lalbaghfort