Tangy Tuesday Picks – December 13, 2016

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Good morning all you lovely readers! We feel so overwhelmed and excited to share good reads every week. Life is meaning less without words, they are the only medium to express and share. To fill your busy day with some meaning and fruitfulness, we bring to you seven best tangy picks of the week. Get into the zone of writers and get inspired by their stories, write-ups, thoughts and much more. So, put on your reading glasses and glide through the world of beautifully articulated words. If you wish to get featured at BlogAdda,  submit your blog posts to us!

  • Who: Ankita Narayan
  • What: “The Story Of A Hormonal Teenager Who Flung Rotten Eggs At Nuns”
  • Tangy: Sometime lesson needs to be taught accepting tit-for-tat route. There are few things that you try to mend, but nothing works. Eventually your brain gambles, and you end up with a perfect plan. Have you experienced such a thing before? Ankita, in her blog shares a short fiction that says when nothing works, then try to teach a lesson with your own set of experiences. It’s no bad to let someone show how they let others go through adversities!

  • Who: Divya Kapoor
  • What: “Escapism To Reality”
  • Tangy: There are tribulations and celebrations both in life’s circle. How often do we let our emotions remain raw and not wear a facade? The society today understands less and judges more. Why live a life like this that doesn’t let you be yourself? Rather express, face your difficulties, find solutions, be raw and be you. After all no one is born perfect and you are ought to flaw, feel low and much more. Don’t let anyone validate your existence!

  • Who: Ramya Abhinand
  • What“When The Last Right Is Not For Daughters
  • Tangy: Still there are few old rules, regulations, practices that our so called ‘evolved’ society follows. If we talk about changes in the paradigms of society, why the acceptance of the same takes the procrastination route? Ramya, in her blog rightfully claims that why a daughter is still abandoned from doing the cremation services? Read this interesting and thought provoking write up on an issue that still brims in our society!

  • Who: Arpita Nayak
  • What: “Metamorphosis”
  • Tangy: There are stories and books that often makes you ponder upon your life. You can relate with the words on a deeper level. Arpita, in her blog jots down some of the key points that every person faces in their day-to-day life. Metamorphosis is one book that definitely struck her mind and made her contemplate on few important points. Do you relate? Read to know more!

  • Who: Abha
  • What“Kind New World”
  • Tangy: In this digital age the internet has taken a big leap in our lives. It is now the biggest platform to communicate, express and stay updated. But, everything has its pros and cons. Especially, its important for all the females who are constant in the world of internet. Abha, in her blog shares some of her experiences that lead her to pen down important factors. These will definitely add value to your virtual world saga. Take a look!

  • Who: Jayasankar
  • What“Is Demonetization An Attack On Secularism?”
  • Tangy: Lately, demonetization which was highly appreciated, was also criticized by the other political party. It’s like watching political game of thrones, where citizens choose their representative but are often made to feel guilty at the later stage. Instead, why not we accept what the ruling party is doing for our betterment and not hatch the irrelevant facts. The work of political leaders is to accept and educate not misguide. But, we suppose fair politics is just a myth!

  • Who: Prachie Gohil
  • What“A Stranger In A Strange Land”
  • Tangy: It isn’t necessary what our mind perceives is the only reality. The exact opposite of our perception can be right for others. For what we think to be negative can be positive for someone else. Like the elections in U.S also sent thrills in India. Prachie, in her blog writes about the elections that changed her entire perspective!

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