Samsara by Khadija Batool - “Mahliqa” ماہ لقا, derived from old Urdu meaning “face like the moon” an endearing word used in those times to address your beloved, mid season couture by

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Samsara by Khadija Batool - “Mahliqa” ماہ لقا, derived from old Urdu meaning  “face like the moon” an endearing word used in those times to address your  beloved, mid season couture by
Samsara by Khadija Batool - “Mahliqa” ماہ لقا, derived from old Urdu meaning  “face like the moon” an endearing word used in those times to address your  beloved, mid season couture by
Samsara by Khadija Batool - “Mahliqa” ماہ لقا, derived from old Urdu meaning “face like the moon” an endearing word used in those times to address your beloved, mid season couture by
Samsara by Khadija Batool - “Mahliqa” ماہ لقا, derived from old Urdu meaning  “face like the moon” an endearing word used in those times to address your  beloved, mid season couture by
Samsara by Khadija Batool - “Mahliqa” ماہ لقا, derived from old Urdu meaning “face like the moon” an endearing word used in those times to address your beloved, mid season couture by
Samsara by Khadija Batool - “Mahliqa” ماہ لقا, derived from old Urdu meaning  “face like the moon” an endearing word used in those times to address your  beloved, mid season couture by
Samsara by Khadija Batool - “Mahliqa” ماہ لقا, derived from old Urdu meaning “face like the moon” an endearing word used in those times to address your beloved, mid season couture by
Samsara by Khadija Batool - “Mahliqa” ماہ لقا, derived from old Urdu meaning  “face like the moon” an endearing word used in those times to address your  beloved, mid season couture by
Samsara by Khadija Batool - “Mahliqa” ماہ لقا, derived from old Urdu meaning “face like the moon” an endearing word used in those times to address your beloved, mid season couture by
Samsara by Khadija Batool - “Mahliqa” ماہ لقا, derived from old Urdu meaning  “face like the moon” an endearing word used in those times to address your  beloved, mid season couture by
Samsara by Khadija Batool - “Mahliqa” ماہ لقا, derived from old Urdu meaning “face like the moon” an endearing word used in those times to address your beloved, mid season couture by

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