Fake Tweets, Fake Facebook accounts, #Fakingnews. Are we leading a fake life on Social Media? All around we are seeing a lot of things happening which makes us wonder if it is genuine or fake. But, we can assure you that there is nothing fake in our weekly picks and they are genuinely the best from the Indian Blogosphere. Read them now!
- Who : Shilpa Nair
What : Angel for a Sister.
Spicy : We have always seen two brothers fight or two sisters fight. But in recent times, as famously said, “Bhai bhai ka dushman ho jata hai.” This story has one such pair of siblings; twin sisters – an angel for a sister or a devil?
- Who : D
What : A boy is more desirable than a child?
Spicy : Every elderly person in your family would want to see you bear a child and start your family. But many times it is the wish for a boy child that is put in front of you. This notion can only be changed when the people of this generation change their views, which will be carried forward. If the generation of today changes, only then can the generation ahead can have a better perspective.
- Who : Vignesh Natarajan
What : My little girl
Spicy : The relationship of a father with his daughter is indeed a lovely one. 🙂 This post depicts that relationship very nicely. Have a read.
- Who : Asha
What : IIT – Dream of most parents
Spicy : Movies like ‘3 Idiots’ and ‘Taare Zameen Par’ have taught parents that one must not force their children into choosing a particular career path. Every individual is different. The current trend of IIT courses and schools is worrying Asha. She writes her views. Let her know yours. 🙂
- Who : Harshad Sharma & Prashanth M
What : Kashmir, in slow motion
Spicy : A bike tour is the perfect drug for Harshad. This time his drug took him to the beautiful roads of Kashmir. Experience Kashmir with Harshad’s post and amazing photographs
- Who : Rofl Indian
What : The Talisman
Spicy : A really nice vision to write this post. Suditpo writes a post which won’t let you guess what it is till the end. Read on!
- Who : Samadrita Kuiti
What : An open letter to Sheila Dikshit
Spicy : An ordinary and horrified Indian girl, Samadrita, writes an open letter to Sheila Dikshit. She puts forward the problems that a woman in Delhi faces. Hope Sheila ji reads this.