Desis Have Literally Lost It After This British Company Called A Tikka A Chandelier

By Iman Zia | 7 Apr, 2017

The goray log have appropriated literally everything. They’ve been butchering our culture since the dawn of time. They’ve become a little too pro at culture appropriating and it’s getting a little annoying.

 

First they made bikinis from our Sindh ajrak prints

Via Urban Outfitters And Forever 21

 

Then they pulled THIS stunt with our kambal wala thaila

Fashion mogul Balenciaga came up with a TWO THOUSAND POUND bag…

Source: net-a-porter.com

 

Based on the kambal rakhnay wala thaila.

Source: net-a-porter.com

 

Oh, they didn’t even leave out the Peshawar chappal

Remember this “Robert” sandal, guys?

Source: Paul Smith

 

And now online fashion brand Asos are selling a tikka

Via ASOS

 

And they’re calling it a Chandelier. Because. It. Looks. Like. One?

Via ASOS

 

Like, wtf?

Via Tumblr

 

Does this look like damn chandelier?

Okay, it does maybe. But it’s a fricking tikka.

Source: Asos

 

Everyone’s kind of angry…

 

The tikka is a deeply rooted item of South Asians and people are legit pretty upset

Like, was it not enough that you took away our spices and freedom for hundreds of years that you had to take away our jewelry and name it over a piece of furniture?

 

Honestly, some of these spelling is making us hungry, tbh

 

What do you think? Are you as angry about this abomination, as us?

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