Tangy Tuesday Picks – July 1, 2014

Tangy TuesdaysHello Bloggers! Hope you have had a kick-ass and fun-filled weekend. Here we are again with our compilation of the choicest blog posts. Hope you enjoy our mix! Do not forget to check out the opportunity to meet Rani Mukerji. She has a special message for Bloggers as well. Enjoy. 

    • Who: Deeptiman Chatterjee
      What: The Freudian Slumdog – Soothsayer
      Tangy: Richness of his language and a ability to turn the most common incidents into something extraordinary are highlights of Deeptiman’s writing style. Leisurely enjoy this post.

    • Who: Naina Madan
      What: 5 Bollywood songs for the singleton’s soul
      Tangy: Are you an abashed lover of Hindi film songs and do not shy away from accepting your love? Naina compiles her personal list of her all time favourite tracks. Read on to find out if you too like the same songs.

    • Who: Antara Kundu
      What: An Ooty Downpour
      Tangy: A city is like a woman in many ways. Antara capture’s her beloved city’s many moods during rains.


    • Who: Hamsini Hariharan
      What: It was the books that did it
      Tangy: Every writer’s first love is books. Hamsini takes us into a colourful world of books while she expresses what they mean to her. Are you an ardent, passionate and hopeless lover of books, then you will surely relate to this post.



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3 Replies to “Tangy Tuesday Picks – July 1, 2014”

  1. A question to Team Blogadda – how can I get the logo for BlogAdda’s Tangy Tuesday Posts in my blog post? Could you please send me the XML snippet for the same?

  2. Wow! This came as a surprise (almost a week later). Thank you Blogadda, dunno about my richness in language, but yes, I definitely find teeny-tiny pangs of joy within everyday dull life.. and try to see it that way!

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