There is a deluge of activities at BlogAdda this week and we don’t want you to miss out on any of the action. Beauty bloggers can get a chance to witness the magic of Nioxin products firsthand by registering for the #NioxinNowInIndia activity. We have a fun Saturday planned for Mumbai bloggers with the #AxisDigital event, so register for it before time runs out! The final Phase of #CrashThePepsiIPL is waiting for your participation, so don’t disappoint the nation. And of course, if you haven’t participated in the Ariel #ShareTheLoad campaign yet, get blogging now or miss out on some very exciting prizes! Once you’re done, read through this compilation of some of the best blog posts by Indian bloggers this week.
- Who: Vishal Kataria
- What: “10 Similarities Between Dhoni and Modi”
- Spicy: Narendra Modi and Mahendra Singh Dhoni are both men in positions of power, and they wear their responsibilities with great dignity and show admirable leadership skills. This blogger discovers that Captain Cool and the cool Prime Minister have a lot in common, and a lot that we can learn from them.
- Who: Abhishek Joshi
- What: “How To Keep Dogs Safe In Summer”
- Spicy: We might daydream about monsoons all we want, but the summer season is not going anywhere in a hurry. While we sip on cold drinks, wear cool cotton clothes and switch on the ACs on full blast, our pets can do none of the above. So it’s up to us to help them brave out these unbearably hot months.
- Who: Ami Bhat
- What: “Responsibility in Tourism”
- Spicy: India has been home to some of the oldest and richest civilizations in the world, which means it is home to some of the best historical places with the potential to become wildly popular tourist destinations. The only thing preventing India from reaching its full potential as a tourist destination is our own lackadaisical attitude to the beautiful heritage that Indians have been blessed with.
- Who: Damini Grover
- What: “Who Cries?”
- Spicy: ‘Laugh and the whole world laughs with you; cry and you cry alone.’ is not just an oft-repeated phrase, it also denotes how crying is looked down upon as a sign of weakness and something that is supposed to be done behind closed doors, never in front of people. This blogger asks why a very normal, human thing is brushed under the carpet so regularly.
- Who: Shivani Singh
- What: “The silent killers in the English language!”
- Spicy: Admit it, when you meet a foreigner and introduce yourself, you find their mispronunciation of your name very funny and cute. But if an Indian native does the same, he or she is made an object of ridicule. In this blog post, the writer asks why it has become mandatory for Indians to pronounce tongue-twisting French or German words perfectly, especially when they sound nothing like they are written.
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