The last week 0f 2009 is here and so is the last edition of Tangy Tuesdays. We started the weekly picks with only one intention in our mind ‘The works of Indian bloggers needs to be valued and need to reach a much larger audience’. It has been a journey and we have been constantly discovering and help you find new blogs and bloggers week after week. Do let us know on how we can improve upon this in the year 2010 to serve you even better. For now here are best blog posts from the Indian Blogosphere for the last week of 2009. 🙂
- Who : Rinchen G Dorjee
What : Do’s and dont’s to die for
Tangy: Some people do not get married for the fear of raising a child. Some people face a lot of comic situations while raising their child. Rinchen in this post has posted the ‘Do’s and dont’s’ with her humorous take on it.
- Who : Revs of revsjoiedevivre
What : True story!
Tangy : Imagine a situation where you are sipping tea in the office and a security officer comes and tells you to come alongwith with him. Then you realize that allegations of Shop lifting are put on you. How do you tackle it? Revs tackled it brilliantly and has put her side of story in this informative as well as humour filled post.
- Who : Nandita
What : Sisterly Love.. 🙂
Tangy : Have you ever wished that you had a younger brother? What are the feelings which goes through you when you see two siblings at various walks of life? Nandita has expressed her feelings beautifully in this post which is about sisterly love. A post you will enjoy reading.
- Who : Tikuli
What : The Female Convict : A Woman’s Story
Tangy : A captain of the convicts ship looks at one of the convicts while she is working, what happens next? This post has emotions, love and most importantly a message which the post conveys. Beautifully written and conceptualized by Tikuli.
- Who : Ajay Jain
What : A trip to Nagaland’s Misty Mountains
Tangy : Want make to a trip to Nagaland’s Misty mountains in the year 2010? Want to experience the beauty of nature? Want to explore the unknown lands of Nagaland? Ajay’s picturesque post will make your job easier in taking a decision!
- Who : KarthiCk
What : 6 lessons from a guy who changed Media as we know it today
Tangy : This post is about a guy who revolutionized the way internet works. Karthik has posted 6 lessons out of a number of lessons we can learn from this great man.
- Who : Dr Devdutt Patnaik
What : Caught in a Whirlpool
Tangy : Dr Devdutt Patnaik, forced Mr Kishore Biyani of the future group to create a new post in the history of the Indian Working Class. The post is called as the ‘Chief Belief Officer’. Dr Devdutt Patnaik was the star speaker at TED India and the recently held TiE Summit 09. This post will make you realize why he is so popular. 🙂
- Who : Prem Panicker
What : Shashi Tharoor and the politics of Twitter
Tangy : It has become a trend of sorts for media people to publicize every tweet that Shashi Tharoor does. It is like our government has hired a person just to monitor what Mr Shashi Tharoor is tweeting. Prem in this awesome post has written what the majority feels about this whole issue and the growing disparity between the tech illiterate in the government and the politicos like Shashi Tharoor.
- Who : Debosmita
What : So what I am a Girl Child?
Tangy : Yes! So what if I am a girl child? This post has Debosmita proudly telling us what she feels as being a girl child and also tells us about the responsibilites which she thinks should one take care of. A must read.
- Who : Anouradha Bakshi
What : See how they laugh
Tangy : This post has been featured to end our Tangy Tuesday Pick on a smiling note! After reading the post and looking at the image there, we realize what happiness is. Do read it.
Regulars (tipped to us)
- Eve’s Teasing by Gyanban
- The Childhood Nostalgia by Neeraj Shinde
- Funny Story: The Moment of Happiness by Sid
- Drink…Drank…Drunk!! by Shilpa Garg
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