A very happy Raksha Bandhan to all our readers. How many of you know the history or the tradition behind this festival? The story of Rani Karnavati of Chittor and Mughal Emperor Humayun finds a place for this festival in history. A very interesting story indeed. There are many interesting stories by the Indian Bloggers and they are here. 🙂 Read them now.
- Who : Gursimran Khamba
What : Open Letter to Manmohan Singh
Tangy : Khamba has this unique style of conveying the message and here he is back again. This time a letter to Manmohan Singh. Aur kya bataiye? Jaake Padhiye 🙂
- Who : Vimmuuu
What : How to rape a popular tag ?
Tangy : Haha, the title says it all. We would not want to reveal anything more as it will spoil the fun. Next time you answer a tag, remember Vimmmu. 😛
- Who : Shredder
What : The Overseas Send-off!
Tangy : Hum Tum had a scene and many movies glorify ‘The overseas Send-off’ syndrome. 🙂 Shredder has this post which you will all enjoy reading. Read it now.
- Who : Peter
What : FACEBOOKrimination !
Tangy : We have heard of caste discrimination, gender discrimination and more. Have you heard of FACEBOOKrimination? Check it out now. 🙂
- Who : Prasad N
What : Individual Social Responsibility
Tangy : What is Individual Social Responsibilty? Do you practise it? Do you know of anyone who practises it? Do let Prasad know. A must read post. 🙂
- Who : Sangeeta
What : Once upon a time
Tangy : This poem reminds us of the song ‘Toota Toota Ek Parinda Aise Toota, Ke Phir Jud Naa Paaya, Loota Loota Kisne Usko Aise Loota, Ke Phir Ud Naa Paaya’. A poem you all should read.
- Who : Meera Sapra
What : Rakshabandhan love
Tangy : Let us have some Raksha bandhan comics in our picks. Meera has posted this and has some interesting ones from last year as well. Enjaaai!
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