It is not a very good time for us Indians, looking at the continuously reducing value of the Indian rupee in comparison to the US Dollar. Do you have anything to say on it? To lighten your mood a little, we’re here with the Tangy Tuesday Picks this week. We hope you like all these posts. Happy Reading!
- Who: Mayura Govinda Rao
What: Watch out when you say ‘CHEERS’
Tangy: Mayura very rightly in her write up explains the new trend of alcoholism in India. The youth today is so influenced by the Bollywood actors who in their films are shown so prone to alcohol. The youth thinks it is cool to be seen with a mug of beer and that is something which needs to change according to Mayura.
- Who: Palak Chandna
What: “I believe this is what mortals call Anachronism”, said God standing in a temple
Tangy: Palak writes about her father’s obsession with how everything wrong happens because of not paying enough respect to the Gods. Most of the Indians till date are God- fearing and sometimes it can lead to a funny situation.
- Who: Saru Singhal
What: She Sells Sea Shells, Not Her
Tangy: Saru writes a poem on a very unconventional theme. She writes about how a woman can take complete control over her life once she decides to. There is no doubt that she faced a lot of nonsense from the society for her brave decision but nevertheless she chose to stick to her decision.
- Who: Prasad NP
What: A Walk in Night Bazaar for Ramazan at Charminar and Laad Bazaar
Tangy: Prasad in this post writes about the night bazaar at Charminar, Hyderabad. It is a very lively bazaar lane with everything ranging from food to jewellery and from attar (scent) bottles to showpieces.
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