BlogAdda’s Spicy Saturday Picks – Sep. 26, ’09

Spicy Saturday Hegiddhiya? (How are you? in Kannada). Today evening, we clash with our neighbours in the champions trophy. The cricket fever is building up. Dussehra is round the corner. The victory of good over evil. Vijaya Dashami also known as Dasara, Dashahara, Navaratri, Durgotdsav, is one of the very important & fascinating festivals of India. We wishΒ  ‘A Happy Dussehra to all our readers‘. To celebrate this festival weekend we have some awesome posts for you to read, while travelling, idling away and doing much more.

  • Who : Sonya
    What : Nine Lives
    Spicy : Gayatri has this wonderful fictional story which has a lot of potential to make it to bollywood. The way Gayatri has used the time frame and the flashbacks in this post makes this an awesome weekend read.

  • Who : Pawan Maruvada
    What : A Face in the Mirror, and A voice Within
    Spicy : Everyday we look into the mirror but how many times do we look into the mirror and also listen to the voice within? Pawan through this wonderful post, makes us realize how important it is for us to discover ourselves and listen to the voice within.

  • Who : Rashmi
    What : You know you are mom when….
    Spicy : Rashmi tells us the signs which lets a woman know when she is a mom through this short post.Β  The feeling of becoming a parent is out of the world and when the child becomes the center of attraction, it is a feeling which is out of the universe. Read and go back to the times. πŸ™‚

    • Who : Kaddu
      What : Clothes… again!
      Spicy : It is the festival time and time to gorge on to festival delicacies. In the process our body gains a few inches as well. πŸ™‚ Kaddu experiences this phenomenon and her last pair of jeans refuses to fit in. What does she do? What are the thoughts running in her mind? Read the post to find out.

    • Who : Aaarti
      What : Why did the chicken cross the road?
      Spicy : Do you have the answer? Aaarti has this humorous post with some interesting day to day observations from her life for us to wonder. A must read post. BTW Aaarti, we would love to know ‘What did the Josiar woman have to say?’. πŸ˜‰

    • Who : Harish Shankaran
      What : While You Were Out!
      Spicy : Harish has this wonderful poem posted. This poem is different as it talks about various objects which we used to use frequently but now lying somewhere. Enjoy the poem.

    • Who : Vipul Grover
      What : Wither Hindi?
      Spicy : The issue of declaring Hindi as our national language has seen a lot of revolts and opposition since independence. This two part post by Vipul will throw some light on the issue and the importance of English over Hindi. Do read it and let him know your views.

We will continue to serve you the Best Indian Blog Posts week after week. This week, we had Navin Kabra of PuneTech interviewed. You gotta read his interview if you haven’t as yet. Just to share one of the highlight of him, Navin holds 9 patents in his name and a dozen more pending!

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. Have an awesome weekend ahead.


8 Replies to “BlogAdda’s Spicy Saturday Picks – Sep. 26, ’09”

  1. Thanks guys for yet another pick in such a short time:)
    However, to clarify it to the readers, this post is more about importance of English over Hindi rather than Hindi’s importance.
    Thnks again!

  2. Thank you people!
    I was really shocked knowing that my post got selected!
    It’s this small step from you, which makes me go on for a, long time.

    And Happy Dusshera!

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  4. hey thanks a lot blogadda…for picking up my post…its kind of honour and also motivate to write more such posts…

    Congrats to all fellow bloggers who got listed here.!!!

  5. @Pawan Thank you Pawan. Keep blogging and we will keep picking!

    Thank you @Vipul, Gayatri, Harish Shankaran, Rashmi You guys are doing a wonderful job in blogging. Keep it up!

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