BlogAdda’s Spicy Saturday Picks – Sep. 5, ’09

Spicy SaturdayKa haal ba (How are you in Bhojpuri). Happy Teachers Day to all the teachers who at some point in everyone’s life make a big difference. The team @BlogAdda salute all the teachers as it is because of your blessings and teachings, we are here. The rains have made a guest appearance. Hope they stay for some more time. It is time for something spicy in this rainy weather. Why not Spicy Saturday Picks? 🙂

  • Who : Neeraj Shinde
    What : Under The Broken Roof…
    Spicy : What an awesome post to start with. Neeraj has this wonderful post, with farmer’s suicide as the backdrop. We would not like to reveal much but all we can say is the way Neeraj has written this post makes it a must read.

  • Who : Smita
    What : Shortest way to Lose Temper- Spend an hour in a Government Office!!!
    Spicy : When you talk about Government offices, very few people have good things to say. Smita cheekily puts it up saying that ‘Shortest way to lose temper’  is by spending an hour in Government office. An hilarious read to say the least.

  • Who : Kokonad
    What : If the Ramayan were on Facebook
    Spicy : Thanks a lot Nikita for this wonderful tip. This post by Kokonad is creating waves in the blogosphere. Imagine if Ramayan would be on Facebook. A post which you cannot miss.

  • Who : Priya
    What : Onam’s here again…
    Spicy : Priya in her humorous self tells us about the significance of Onam and how it is celebrated. Know about Onam through the eyes of Priya. An informative read with an humorous touch to it.

We will continue to serve you the Best Indian Blog Posts week after week.

If you come across any interesting post or tweets and want to share, you can tip us on Twitter or contact us here and we will credit you for the selected pick. The brains behind and Arun Prabhudesai is interviewed. We also have the best bollywood blogs all under a single roof. Catch all of this in the weekend.


One Reply to “BlogAdda’s Spicy Saturday Picks – Sep. 5, ’09”

  1. Thankyou so much for including my blogpost for your spicy saturday pick … I have to say blogadda helps me reach so many more Indian readers … truly appreciate your efforts.

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