Spicy Saturday Picks – Oct. 5, 2013.

Spicy SaturdayHello dear bloggers! It is a festive weekend filled with celebrations! We wish all the members of the blogosphere a very happy and auspicious Navratri! To add to the fervour, we present the Spicy Saturday Picks picked from Indian blogs. Happy Reading ­čÖé

    • Who: Alok Sharma
      What: War and Exams!!
      Spicy: Alok writes an amazing post which is sure to remind you of your college times. It talks about sudden exams and tests comparing them to a war-like situation when sleepless nights before the exams with friends  and a sincere attempt to group studies was your only refuge.

    • Who: Deepthi Rajskehar
      What: Anniversary
      Spicy: Deepthi writes a post where she talks of infidelity and deceit. She has a way with words and her post is superbly written!

    • Who: Srishti Kush
      What: Gandhi and his principles
      Spicy: Srishti writes a post about Mahatma Gandhi and she accepts that the road picked by him during the freedom struggle may not have been the best available then, but that doesn’t change the fact that he was a strong-willed person and not many would be able to do what he did.

    • Who: Dr. Roshan Radhakrishnan
      What: Two worlds apart
      Spicy: Dr. Roshan Radhakrishnan writes an extremely touching story. In his post, he speaks about how two people living their lives far apart from each other are related through organ transplant.

    • Who: Remya
      What: Strangers No More
      Spicy: Remya’s is a very interesting story where she talks about how someone as good as a stranger becomes her pillar of support in times of need.

    • Who: Naina Madan
      What: The best relationship you’ll ever have
      Spicy: Naina in her blog post talks about how the best relationship you’ll ever have is the one you share with yourself. She reminds you that absolutely nothing is more important than your own happiness!

    • Who: Rohan Kalia
      What: Ladakh and Tibetan Culture!
      Spicy: Rohan writes about the peaceful and serene Tibetan Culture in his blog post. He talks about the weather & cuisine as also about the people & their benevolent nature.

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