Sanj Borem Zavonn (Good Evening in Konkani). We wanna make the last week of July a good one for all of us. To start with, we have just released the dashboard for the Best Indian Interior and Decor blogs. Secondly, We have a very special person whose interview we have for you this week. Watch out on Thursday :). Thirdly, for the first time we have 9 amazing posts for you to read and they all deserve to be our Tangy Tuesday Picks :).
Everyone’s dream is to have a dream house of their own. There are a lot of passionate people who decorate every available space in their house and make it look so colorful and wonderful. We have old age and new age interiors adorning the houses.
There are some amazing blogs in the Indian Blogosphere who showcase the Indian decor and the Indian Interior designs, which are not yet fully discovered. We at BlogAdda are here to serve you the best Indian Blogs and bloggers, and continuing this endeavour, we present to you the best Indian Blogs showcasing Indian Interior Designs.
The last week of July is here 🙂 . Time and tide waits for none, especially high tide. Now the high tides warnings are over and yesterday it was the fourth anniversary of July 26 Mayhem caused by floods. We salute all the brave ones and pay our homages to one’s who lost their life. It is a brand new day, brand new week and we are here with our Perky Tweets – Tweets that will perk you up this Monday and drive away your blues 🙂
Vannakkam (Hello in Tamil). It is a beautiful Saturday here and it was a sunny day yesterday. After all the brouhaha by the BMC over the clashing of high tides and heavy rains which in turn will cause imminent floods, all the warnings and the hype factor caused by media went Kaput :D. Currently, Proto is on at Pune and we wish all the best for startups showcasing there. BTW, we won the Ipod shuffle and the Wi-Fi T-Shirt for the live coverage/tweeting in the previous edition. As always we are back with our Spicy Saturday Picks – the best blogposts from the Indian Blogosphere this week!
The blogger who is interviewed this week is an Al-Avalathi as he calls himself :). He is an NITian and works for HP as a Customer Insights Consultant. He is one of the early adopters of Internet and a big fan of Google and Wikipedia. He blogs at Nikhil’s Musings. A blogger who stays in Bangalore but has his heart in Kerala. Here are Nikhil’s witty answers for you.
Movie watching is certainly one the most elementary leisure activities enjoyed by many like me but despite being an avid movie viewer my movie consumption has always been limited to mainly Bollywood or Hollywood ones.
Till recently, I was blissfully unaware of the depth of this genre known as “world cinema”, in fact to me world cinema has always been synonymous to parallel cinema or something which is vague & esoteric. I had watched only counted number of world cinemas in past & that too very famous ones; based on those movies I had this perception of world cinema being a genre in which you’ll never know when a movie has started & when it ended. But how wrong I was!