Interview with Indyeah – Part 2

Hola! We know lot of people are waiting anxiously to read the second part of the Interview with Indyeah. Your wait ends now. πŸ™‚ . In the Second part of the superb interview, Indyeah talks about her favourite 5 blogs, her dream vacation and most importantly about India. An interview you’ll love reading. Go ahead and enjoy. And hey, you also have a new pic of Indyeah, probably not featured elsewhere as yet!

Indyeah interview Part 2

Q: What do you find to be the most gratifying aspect of blogging?

A: What I absolutely and completely love about blogging is that we have a voice. We count. Yes, we used to and still have these very same discussions/conversations/debates in our drawing rooms,Β  in our colleges/offices and cafes…. but it is here in the blogworldΒ  that one finds so many more like minded people.

When you see that you are not the only one who is fuming when girls are attacked in broad daylight , that you are not the only one feeling helpless and full of rage all at once. That there are others who too feel the same and are willing to do something about it.

When you can keep differences aside and come together to celebrate the new era ofΒ  stability, accountability and no more blackmail.

When you share tears, laughter and plain nonsensical fun with friends whom you seem to have known forever.

This and more.. much morΓ© is why I blog. The interactions, the camaraderie ..

Interacting with other bloggers/non-bloggers. It is a fascinating journey. And that’s saying something.

I blog because its comforting to know that I am not alone in my fears and in my dreams. That there are others who share so many of the same with me.

I blog simply because I need affirmation that humanity is alive and kicking.

Indyeah Quotes

Q: How, in general, would you rate the quality of Indian blogs? Share your favourite five blogs.

A: I have found Indian blogs to be very diverse as far as the range of topics is concerned. Though I cannot claim to know all the Indian blogs or even the majority of them, but the few I do read make me believe thatΒ  Indian bloggers write about a wide range of issues. BeΒ  it an Indian issue or a global one. Nothing escapes their scrutiny and they switch effortlessly between different topics.

To list my favourite five blogs would be very tough .

I would like to name the group blog NGI or No Gender Inequality that is the result of the efforts of theΒ  four of us – Solilo, Ushus and IHM and me.

It is still a fledgling blog. πŸ˜€ We are taking baby steps as of now. We don’t have any goal as such. The blog simply is.

It is a space where others can share their stories about women. And so many have already shared their stories about the women in their lives. A mother, a wife, a daughter, or simply a woman whom they admire. One of the stories that was shared by a reader and that moved me and many others was this one.

The fact that there are three very strong women associated with this venture has helped us a lot. Usha’s,Β  Solilo’s and IHM’s blogs are the next three that I would like to share.

You already know IHM. A lady who writes passionately and very clearly about what she believes in. Her interview on BlogAdda also reflected her clear thinking. She is the passion behind NGI. She is the one whose blog got us all together, Usha , Solilo and I. We met for the first time on IHM’s blog. A lady whom I love, respect and admire. Her Blog is called The life and times of an Indian Homemaker (Latest post: What do β€˜Modest’ women have that their β€˜Immodest’ sisters don’t..)

Usha or whom I call Ushus fondly is a darling. SheΒ  is a magician with words. She weaves words beautifully. They dance for her I think. πŸ˜€

I have never been very interested in contemporary poetry as such. Hers is the only poetry blog that has me hooked. Her other blog Overdrive is a place of delight as well. She writes with a passion that delights the heart. She is the soul behind NGI or No gender Equality. Her enthusiasm is infectious. Her sheer zest for learning is something I envy. Her poetry blog is called A Quest, While her other equally delightful blog is called Overdrive. (Latest post: For the Love of Music- Part II)

Solilo is the youngest amongst the three. A young lady who is a dear friend also by now. She is the brains behind NGI. It was her idea that got all fourΒ  of us together. Its her zeal that ensures that we keep experimenting with new ideas. A creative soul this lady is. From coming up with the idea ofΒ  NGI to designing the banner, she has been an integral part of it all. She writes with a conciseness thats admirable and hers is the voice of reason and sanity.

Her blog is called Soliloquies of an Opinionated mind. (Latest post: Monsoon in Kerala – a nostalgia..)

So there it is. Five blogs that I love πŸ™‚

Do hop over to NGI as well as the blogs of these three bloggers.

Indyeah Quotes

Q: One of the posts we loved at your blog is about freedom! With freedom comes responsibilties. Do you think Indians have devalued the word freedom and have drifted away from the true meaning of it?

A: A quote that sums up the issue for me.

The fact, in short, is that freedom, to be meaningful in an organized society must consist of an amalgam of hierarchy of freedoms and restraints.

~ Samuel Hendel

Absolute freedom can exist in ideal societies. Utopian societies. Since we are not there yet, I would say that let’s handle the freedom we have been blessed with in a more responsible and mature manner.

In India we love to say that we have freedom of expression. Yes, we do. But we express our freedom in the most absurd ways possible.

Didn’t get to give your exams? Burn a bus or two. Didn’t get the job you wanted? All 3o of you? Go break windowpanes and oh yes burn the vehicles too. You see – burning /smashing/looting is the only way we seem to express ourselves.

And whats more the state unofficially sanctions it by turning a blind eye to such incidents. There should be severe punishments for such offences. Make the vandals pay. That doesn’t seem to happen ever. Why cant we realise that its our collective property that we are destroying with such relish?

That said, we also have another side to the freedom issue. The recent SC ruling where the Honourable court refused to quash criminal complaint against a blogger lays bare the truth about how β€˜free’ we exactly are.

When the freedom to express oneself is held to ransom by criminals or those who certainly seem like one (in this case the party that slapped the case on this particular blogger) then one can only begin to imagine what India will be like a few decades down the line.

India is a country of extremes. It is almostΒ  as if we know no in-betweens and don’t even want to. We swing to and fro constantly between absolute freedom of expression and very less in some cases .

The only way forward is to find a balance. But the balance has to be found by us. Rules will not help if the will to follow them is absent.

Q: You have described about India in such a beautiful way! What one thing about India would you like to change, not change and why?

A: Thank you so much for the kind words.Β  India is indeed a beautiful country. It’s her people that give her heartache at times.Indyeah Quotes

One thing that I would love to change about India or rather IndiansΒ  is our petty mentality. I know I might get a lot of brickbats for this but I really, REALLY believe that we are a VERY racist country. If racism means being prejudiced, biased and oppressive then we are the top contenders for the title.

We even have regional racialism (if there is such aΒ  word) where we have now started looking atΒ  and judging people depending upon which particular region of India they belong to.

The marathi manoos issue bugs me. Uptil now I had only heard and read about how people from Tamil Nadu were targetted a few decades back. The victims may have changed but the script remains the same. Tomorrow it could be someone else. Some other group.

The same victims could turn into aggressors. Such is India And Indians. This is us. The ugliest side of us.

And this is what absolutely baffles me. The fact that Indians have derogatory names for each other on the basis of region/facial features and what notΒ  makes me fume andΒ  makes me despondent in the same breath.

Ghati, chinky, bhaiyya, madrasi the list is endless and it bothers me like hell!

Caste based discrimination. Something all of us know about. The plight of the lower castes is pathetic in India even today.

Indyeah Quotes

Having said that let me also say that we are also the top contenders for reverse racialism.

SO what happens between this racialism and reverse racialism?

Petty feelings thrive, racialism becomes a part of our DNA, we love to club ourselves as part of X, Y, Z group.

As long as there is someone to hate we feel secure. Also if someone could come up with a ghutti (tonic ) to cure us of our infamous β€˜chalta hai’ attitude we would be deeply, eternally, forever grateful. πŸ˜‰

What I would not ever change is the oft repeated but very important concept of β€˜Unity in Diversity.’

I don’t ever wish to see an India where we have a uniform language, a uniform dress, a uniform cuisine. It has become a clichΓ© I know, but unity in diversity is the only way India can work. This is the only way this country can survive and prosper. To even think of anything else would be folly. Like I said somewhere,Β  India is in my blood. It has seeped in too deep for me to think about anything else or be anything else. Not region, cuisine or language per se but just India.

India is an idea. This idea cannot be defined or written down to a T. So long as the idea remains in our hearts and in the hearts of little ones, India will endure.

Q: If you could vacation anywhere in the world expense-free, where would you go and why?

A: Indyeah QuotesI would love to go to Africa. Why? Simply because I want to experience the land of Elsa for myself. I have been fascinated by this strange and almost mystical land where history has been passed down orally and where they say time stands still. Just as they say that India seeps into the blood before one even knows it, so they say too about Africa. So the continent is on my top priority list whenever I do travel around the world.

Q: Do you earn revenue through your blog? How does one go about it?

A: No, I don’t. And to be honest the idea doesn’t appeal to me.

Q: What is your advice to someone who wants to start a blog?

A: Well not advice as such πŸ˜€ but yes write honestly from the heart and that should work. No matter what you want to write about, honesty should be the key factor. Because with all the archives of your posts, as well as the discussions, debates, the comments that you reply to, comments that you leave at other blogs.. with all of these merely a click away.. the best and infact the only way is to be honest. If you are not, believe me you will be found out sooner or later.

Write from the heart, write honestly, write what you feel strongly about and nothing else is required. You dont have to be a good writer or a Shakespeare.. no none of that… just a passionate one and an honest one.

Q: Let’s conclude off with a few favorites.

Color: Vibrant colors

Movie: Cry Freedom and well I cant be done with just one movie πŸ˜€

Lagaan (do spare a thought for this cricket buff please) πŸ˜€

Before Sunrise, Before Sunset .The ease with which the characters in both the movies converse is breathtaking.

TV Show: Would have to say none as such. They all slide into mediocrity somewhere down the line.

Book: This is planned torture! πŸ˜€

I simply cannot name any one. Keep a track of my book posts (which I now will have to write *sigh*) and that should be answer enough πŸ˜€

Time of Day: Night time is the most relaxing. Its almost a spiritual experience. The whole world is in a deep slumber and it seems as if you are the only human being in perhaps the entire world who is keeping vigil.

Watching, waiting, thinking…

Night forces one to come face to face with thoughts . Thoughts that one had been running from in the light of day. The night seems gentle and calm and does not seem to judge. That sounds crazy but there it is.

Thank you for giving me the opportunity to participate in this feature of BlogAdda. Also a big thank you to the team at Blog Adda for actually taking the time to go through the posts and coming up with relevant questions. This attention to detail made this interview a thought provoking experience and one that I really enjoyed.
Keep going guys! πŸ™‚

It was a pleasure interviewing you Indyeah! We are sure our readers would have loved to have more than 2 two parts of it πŸ™‚ . Do let us know your feedback on the anything as it is very important for us. Shout at Indyeah’s profile at BlogAdda and visit her Blog to read more posts. Do not miss reading the first part of the interview if you haven’t done as yet.

66 Replies to “Interview with Indyeah – Part 2”

  1. Honored that you should mention me Indyeah πŸ™‚ Loved reading this part too!! And I must say I agree with almost everything here!

    It was a pleasure reading this interview!

  2. loved the answers to all the questions! And I agree with you on all the issues mentioned above….we can be the catalyst for the changes we wish πŸ™‚

  3. this part two was soooooo worth the wait *crafty was a bit over the edge waiting for it*

    all those thoughts on freedom of expression, and India….

    “India is an idea”

    at the risk of sounding like a rip-off – What an Idea Indyeahji!!! πŸ˜€ πŸ˜€

    i have no words to describe my respect an awe for this gilr here.

    thanks so much blogadda! ur questions were so very right, they brought out the genius of thoughts that sit in this girl, who can be as mature as can be, and in the blink of an eye, seem like a fun six-yr-old!!!

    i’ve told u this earlier, i have had to learn a lot of lessons in life all by myself, and after knowing u, i wish i had met u earlier, it wud have been easier and less confusing….

    such clear thoughts…it takes a genuine human being to house such thoughts….

    Muah! Indy!!! u don’t know how proud i feel to be KRS…..

    *crafty hugs Indy and wipes her nose on Indy’s sleeve*

    GREAT INTERVIEW BLOGADDA!!!!

  4. Beautiful Indyeah n what less can we expect from u?

    India is beautiful .. but the people give her the heartache – how true.
    Hope we all realize that πŸ™‚

  5. Loved the interview, Indyeah!! Just wish it had been longer πŸ™‚ And I agree with everything you’ve said here.. Especially the part about freedom. Freedom comes with a great deal of responsiblilty – that a lot of us seem to forget..

    Great, great, great interview! :)Now, I can stop stalking blogadda to see whether the second part is up yet or not πŸ™‚

  6. Loved the way u answered the questions Indyeah….love for ur country shines thru!!!

    Found this “India is a country of extremes. The only way forward is to find a balance. But the balance has to be found by us. Rules will not help if the will to follow them is absent” particulary apt.

    Lets take responsibility!!!!!!

    God bless!!!!!!!!

  7. @IHM Welcome back. Glad to see you here. πŸ™‚

    @Crafty Shines Thanks to Indyeah for giving detailed answers. We enjoyed it!

    @Smitha Yes. Now we have to prepare for six parts!! πŸ˜›

    @Nancy Ditto. Well said Indyeah!

    @Khushi Here.. you’ve discovered an amazing blogger. Go and be friends! πŸ™‚

  8. @Balvinder Wow. We know Indyeah has high regards for you. It’s so nice to see you here. πŸ™‚

    @Aniruddha Yes, you did. But you never told us! πŸ˜‰ – Next time, do let us know if you know/discover more such talented bloggers. BTW, have you joined BlogAdda as yet?

  9. this was a brilliant interview…. i was waiting for the part two to come and it was even better than part 1

    blogada: thanks for the effort and idea

    indy : hugs and more hugs, lovely answers

  10. I cant praise…

    I am just in awe of this lil big girl !!!!!!

    totally !!!

    πŸ™‚

    God bless !!

    and lovely lovely interview blog adda guys !!! this is a great initiative… !!! I love the way you allow the creativity and the thoughts of the people you interview to flood us !!!!!! Awesome !

  11. Blogadda, I think what you are doing is great! The interviews and the picks πŸ™‚ Ever since I discovered your picks – I stalk you guys on Tuesdays and Saturdays πŸ™‚

  12. Part 2 only confirms what I said after Part 1. After Blog Adda, it is Babalog Adda for you. How quickly you have started sounding like a celebrity, a politician. Move over Meera Sanyal…Abhilasha is here!

  13. great one indyeah…….

    yes, india is an idea, a great idea!!!!!!

    we all for sure love that line!!! πŸ˜‰

    blogadda,
    great job on the interview………..
    hope you feature more great blogs in the future!

  14. Beautiful interview which brings out the brilliance in you, Indyeah. You are a sincere person. I am lucky to know you.

    God bless you!

    Is there going to be a third part?!

  15. To Underscore Vinod Sir, another vote for you… πŸ™‚

    And darling Indygurl… Congratulations, all over again.. and more: honoured to have been featured in the blog list. Poetry? and Me? Lol.. Loved the way you described the space and the rambler πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚ Thank you, endlessly!

    And yes, that post of Freedom, it comes back to me, the discussions we had on it, and the very similar conclusions we arrived at!

    The entire interview has been conducted with the ease of a professional; that is how comfortable you sound, and to Blogadda:

    Great work on the pertinent and thought provoking questions. This place has to have some of the most interesting interviews, each unique, as unique as the wonderful and talented bloggers you interview. Kudos!!

    And Meg, …. you Go gurl… Go! πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚

  16. WE WANT MORE !! WE WANT MORE !! YEH DIL MAANGE MORE !!!

    Amazing answers Indi ! Thanks a lot Blogadda !!! πŸ˜€ πŸ˜€

    This is a decent place, I dont know if I can have my war dance here !!! πŸ˜‰ Its ok, I will dance in her space !!!

  17. that was a really nice interview, indyeah.. like crafty said, totallllly worth the wait!!! i like the very stylishly done pic of ur’s too!!:D

  18. lovely interview indyeah….i love your thgought process….the clarity and the preciseness, the relevance of your answrers to a lot of issues plaging us today was lovely to read….
    keep it up indyeah
    you are an inspiration to many bloggers like me….

    hug and good wishes always……keep writing

  19. Straight from the heart and such a good read. these lines i loved the most. 1)tht blogging gives us a voice, loud and clear. 2) being an army kid, seeing the country as a rainbow 3) the logic you give behind the name Indyeah 4) the thing abt indians and freedom, the marathi manoos issue that gets my goat too. wht’s frightening is that so many so-called well-read, well-placed people seem to be behind the mns brigade.

    congratulations!

    and yes, tht’s a lovely photo..

  20. It was indeed a revelation reading this interview,Indyeah! I totally agree with all that you’ve said here.

    “When you see that you are not the only one who is fuming when girls are attacked in broad daylight , that you are not the only one feeling helpless and full of rage all at once. That there are others who too feel the same and are willing to do something about it.”

    You’ve voiced the feelings of so many of us in those words.

    “India is indeed a beautiful country. It’s her people that give her heartache at times.”….if only we realized this and tried to make a positive difference by way of our deeds,then our country will be so much more worthwhile to live in.Its in us to make that happen.

    Congratulations again and a BIG thank you for sharing such insightful thoughts with us. (((HUGS))) πŸ™‚

    Lastly thank you a zillion times to BLOGADDA for treating us to this wonderful interview. Although I’ll join the chorus and demand a 6-part interview πŸ˜€ πŸ˜€

  21. India is indeed a beautiful country. It’s her people that give her heartache at times.”….if only we realized this and tried to make a positive difference by way of our deeds,then our country will be so much more worthwhile to live in.Its in us to make that happen.

  22. Wonderfully said Indyeah πŸ™‚

    brilliant.. and what you have said about our country is perfect!!!!!!

    THUMBS UP!!! πŸ˜€

  23. Hey Indy.. this is too good..

    all the blogmates you have mentioned are great.. πŸ™‚

    and you are absolutely right about India.. what we must not do..

    you are an absolute delight . blog adda made a wise decision by interviewing you.. πŸ˜€

  24. This is one of the best interviews ever on Blogadda. The questions posed were answered with utmost honesty and objectivity. I know her personally otherwise I would have thought that this came from some 50 year old who has seen the world.

    This interview makes one thing clear and that is one doesn’t need to age to attain maturity. You get it from reading and analyzing day to day life and situations. This girl is one intelligent, caring, honest and beautiful person.

    Each answer and lines touched the heart and also gives some fodder to think.

    Thank you, Blogadda for featuring Indyeah.

    @Indy: I am honored. πŸ™‚ You know why. {{{Hugs}}}

  25. Indyeah!!! this is superb! You have answered everything so well and from the heart! Proud of you! Way to go!

  26. Thank you everyone for writing in. It’s been a pleasure to have you all over here. We, at BlogAdda work hard to serve the community and this is one of our initiatives – interviews with bloggers. We are sure many will agree to the fact that there is so much to learn by just reading answers.

    Indyeah has been amazing and it was fun interviewing her. Thank you, Indyeah.

    It is such a nice feeling to see the huge response for this interview. We are sure you guys will come again often to read more interviews and participate equally. πŸ™‚

    Importantly, we would also love to hear from you. We will appreciate if you can write in your feedback to contact (at) blogadda.com – And yes, if you have not yet submitted your blog at BlogAdda, do it now! There are lot of users who will enjoy discovering your blog. πŸ™‚

  27. @Chirag yippiie! you are here!! πŸ˜€

    thanks a lot Chirag!
    where have you been? πŸ˜›
    get back to blogging asap πŸ™‚

    (((hugs))

  28. @Vishesh thanks a lot πŸ™‚ and thats absolutely right! WE can be the catalyst for the change we wish to see!
    beautiful! πŸ™‚

  29. @Crafty – (((((hugs)))))))) thank you so much Crafty πŸ™‚
    no I am not very mature Crafty just patient and right now feeling overwhelmed with not just the interview but the love of so many friends here
    and you are a cherished one too πŸ™‚

    we have met now πŸ™‚ what better way to meet? πŸ˜€

    @Swaram- thanks a lot Swaram πŸ™‚
    yes I wish people would be more accepting of things ..

  30. @Swaram ((hugs))

    @Smitha :thanks a lot Smitha πŸ™‚
    ”freedom comes with responsibility’ ‘exactly!

    LOL@stop stalking πŸ˜€
    ((((((((hugs)))))))

    Nancy thank you πŸ™‚
    yes responsibility is the key na?

    (((((((hugs)))))))))))thank you for the words πŸ˜€

  31. @Khushi thanks a lot Khushi πŸ™‚
    glad to meet you too πŸ™‚
    do keep dropping by πŸ™‚

    @Balvinder Sir :- thank you sir. πŸ™‚
    celebrity? πŸ˜€

    hehe! my friends will get me back to mother earth in no time πŸ˜€
    thanks for coming Sir πŸ™‚

  32. @Aniruddha – thank you so much πŸ˜€

    @Monika:-thank you so much Monika πŸ˜€
    ((((((((hugs)) muah! πŸ˜€

    @Dhiren:-thanks a lot Dhirenbhai πŸ™‚
    ((hugs)) you are a constant support too πŸ™‚

  33. @Smitha yeah I stalk them too πŸ˜€

    good work Blog Adda ! πŸ˜€

    @Shail Thanks a lot Shail πŸ˜€
    (((hugs))))

    @Vinod Sir – πŸ˜€ babablog adda? πŸ˜†

    yeah politician would be a great thing except that I wouldn’t have anyone to rant against πŸ˜€

    thank you also for your vote Sir πŸ˜€

  34. @OG thanks a lot OG πŸ˜€
    yeah we do love that line πŸ˜€

    @Masood thank you thank you πŸ˜€ see?dancing? πŸ˜€

    @Sandhya :- awww (((((((hugs)))))dear friend ..all your words have overwhelmed me..no! No! I am glad to knwo you πŸ™‚
    coz this blogworld opens our vision to so many new people and new thoughts na?
    and you are one of the treasured friends here πŸ™‚

    thank you for being so sweet about the pic too πŸ™‚
    (((((((((((hugs)))))))))))))

  35. @Ushus :-((((hugs))))

    for the confidence that you show when you give me that vote πŸ™‚
    the freedom debate that we all participated in so enthusiastically?:D ah! it was some debate for sure! πŸ™‚
    yes we did agree didnt we? πŸ™‚
    but then when do I not agree with you?:)

    describing you?but how else could I have described it except like that? πŸ™‚

    you are you and thats all I know πŸ™‚

    Your Meg is happy πŸ™‚
    (((((((((hugs)))))))))))love you too πŸ™‚

  36. @Vimmuuu yeh dil maange mnore?

    do you have err any idea what you are saying?
    you are an insomniac and you want to doze off reading my ramble dont you? πŸ˜›

    thank you so much ! seriosuly! πŸ˜›
    danganakka being performed on my space πŸ˜€
    though I have a feeling that Blog Adda gang would love it too πŸ˜‰ and Harish could join us πŸ˜€

    @Poonam:- arre ! muah! πŸ˜€ where were you? πŸ˜›
    I emailed too πŸ˜›
    and then wondered when to call πŸ˜€
    muah! (((hugs)))
    all settled in? πŸ™‚

  37. @Mandira :- thank you so much ((hugs)))
    and for the words for the pic too πŸ˜€

    @Gunmeen:- thank you so, so much! see?thats the beauty of this blogworld! we meet so many new people everyday na? like the way I met you just a few days back and already it feels like its been long πŸ™‚

    ((hugs))) arre nah! not inspiration..*I will never be able to walk on earth again* πŸ˜€
    ..just friends :)) right? πŸ™‚

  38. @Gauri (((hugs)) thank you so much Gauri ..specially for writing all about the things you liked πŸ™‚
    you are right Gauri.. πŸ™
    the MNS brigade or any other such extremist organization that seeks to only divide gets so much support from so many supposedly educated people ..its scary to say the least πŸ™

    thank you for the words about the pic too πŸ™‚

    @Gopinath Sir :- thank you Sir πŸ™‚
    yes ‘no regional bias’ is the key or else India wouldnt be able to survive…

  39. @Deeps πŸ™‚ thank you so much Dear friend for all your words here and at my space πŸ™‚
    ((((hugs))))

    I would underscore all the points too πŸ™‚

    six part interview? :mrgreen:

    run Deeps run!! the blogsamaaj is coming after you! πŸ˜†

    @Suresh:- yes absolutely! if only we were more accepting…somehow we simply are not……we are too rigid.. we dont change ourselves but expect others to change…

    @Kanagu :- thanks a lot Kanagu πŸ˜€

    PS:-Grandma is happy πŸ˜› πŸ˜›

  40. @Oorja :- thank you πŸ˜€
    *Indy floating somewhere in the clouds*

    πŸ˜€

    muah! πŸ˜€
    haan!haan! bilkul! wise decision to tha :mrgreen:
    woh alag baat hai ki they needed a few aspirins at the end of it :mrgreen:

    seriously though (((Hugs)) and thank you! πŸ˜€

  41. @Solilo muahhh! muah! πŸ˜€

    thank you so much Solilo!
    love you too πŸ™‚

    you are honoured?
    what about me?I am overwhelmed! πŸ™‚
    and I had to write your name πŸ™‚ coz friendship and our personal equation apart I have loved your blog ever since I first started reading it πŸ™‚ even when I didnt know you that well πŸ™‚
    and now toh you are an essential part of my world here πŸ™‚ my most cherished and treasured friend here πŸ™‚

    you know who is my sounding board for discussions and ideas dont you
    ? πŸ˜€

    (((((((((((hugs))))))

  42. @Solilo thank you for the pic compliment… muah! πŸ˜€
    you have seen them all πŸ˜€

    @fathy ((((((hugs))))))))))dear friend πŸ™‚
    muah! πŸ˜€ and I am so glad to see you here πŸ™‚
    god bless πŸ™‚

    @Nimmy :-oh man! in such few words you have said so much πŸ™‚ thank you so , so much Nimmy πŸ™‚
    (((((((((((((hugs)))))))))).. πŸ™‚

  43. @Blog Adda admin:- thanks a lot guys πŸ˜€
    it was fun thinking of the answers πŸ™‚
    thank you so much πŸ™‚

    and yeah Blog Adda is a fav haunt from now on πŸ™‚

    Keep rocking! πŸ™‚
    all the best! πŸ™‚

  44. Indygurl,
    Did I congratulate you on Part II of your awesome interview? If I didn’t, please know that I did mean to, but life in Chennai was absolutely hectic! Loved your interview, as I do all your posts and wise comments πŸ™‚
    Keep writing, lady!
    Cheers…

  45. aww Pal (((Hugs))))) sorry I am late in replying here

    ( blasphemy did you say? πŸ˜€ )

    thank you so much for your words πŸ™‚
    muah! πŸ˜€

  46. Congratulations, Indyeah! I loved reading your interview. You are a nice and honest person and I am happy that I know you. God bless you.

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