she wears short skirts i wear t shirts shes cheer captain and im slim shady yes im the real shady all you other slim shadys are just imitating
there’s a french boy sitting at my table and he wears turtlenecks everyday and has the strongest accent and i swear if his name isn’t pierre i’ll be so disappointed
i am so disappointed
indian and hindu women apparently aren’t inspiring enough to be featured on a bindi blog.
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Putra (“Pink”) mosque
The Putra Mosque, or Masjid Putra in Malay language, is the principal mosque of Putrajaya, Malaysia. Construction of the mosque began in 1997 and was completed two years later. It is located next to Perdana Putra which houses the Malaysian Prime Minister’s office and man-made Putrajaya Lake. In front of the mosque is a large square with flagpoles flying Malaysian states’ flags.
Putra Mosque is named in honour of former and first Prime Minister of Malaysia Almarhum Tunku Abdul Rahman Putra Al–Haj. It is one of the main top symbol in Putrajaya which is located beside ‘Dataran Perdana’ and in front of ‘Putrajaya Lake’. It took 2 years to complete the building of the mosque.
The capacious of the mosque is 1.37 hectar. The start of the mosque area begins from the main door till the inside of the mosque. Meanwhile, ‘Dataran Putra’ and Souq is not in the area surrounding of the mosque. The mosque was build by Y. Bhg. Dato′ Dr. Nik Mohammad Bin Mahmood of Senireka Sdn. Bhd. group which cost almost RM 250 million. The Maintenance cost was estimated RM 100 thousand. This mosque was build based on two concepts which are ‘Middle East’ and ‘Malay Tradition’.
Facing the scenic Putrajaya Lake, the Putra Mosque is arguably Putrajaya’s most distinctive landmark and one of the most modern mosques in the world.
The mosque is modeled after Persian Islamic architecture of the Safavid period with elements derived from other Muslim cultures.
Incorporating Malaysian, Persian and Arab-Islamic architectural designs, the main entrance to the mosque is fashioned in the likeness of public building gates in Muslim Persia.
Its 116-metre minaret is influenced by the design of the Sheikh Omar mosque in Baghdad, while the basement wall of the mosque resembles that of the King Hassan mosque in Casablanca, Morocco.
The mosque is constructed in rose-tinted granite which gives its desert-pink hue that offsets the cengal woodwork on doors, windows and panels.
The Prayer Hall is simple and elegant and supported by 12 columns that prop up the 36-metre diameter main dome.
The mosque complex which can accommodate up to 10,000 worshippers can be used to hold conferences, seminars and symposiums. Worshippers can also congregate at the sahna paved courtyard in front of the prayer hall.
The courtyard is landscape with features and can hold an additional 5,000 people.
Non-Muslims are welcome to visit the mosque but its primary role of course is not as a tourist attraction but as a working place of worship for Putrajaya’s Muslim community.
First photo by Fadly Halim
Second photo by Sunny Merindo
Third photo by Anas Abbas
Fourth photo by Sunny Merindo
Fifth photo by Ammar Yasir
Text : blogspot
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