Once upon a time in the Adda of Indian blogs, there visited an Indian blogger. He had heard a lot about this Adda and had always wanted to know more about it. While walking in the Adda he asked a blogger,’What is so special about this Adda?’. The Blogger replied, It will take a week for me to tell you how blissful this Adda is. Let me start with a part today. Why not check out the Spicy Saturday Picks?
- Who : Indyeah
What : Goddess of frolic
Spicy : After reading this post, we wonder why doesn’t Indyeah blog so often? Is it because when she blogs she compensates her absence with a gem of a post? You gotta read this post to find out why we think it is a gem of a post. π
- Who : Arti
What : Goodbye Ganesha… Ganesh Visarjan
Spicy : Ganpati Bappa Morya Pudchya Varshi Laukar yaa. Arti has this wonderful post on Ganesh Visarjan and the awesome fun associated with it. A post filled with visuals and the one you will enjoy reading. π
- Who : Abhishek
What : Internet And Me
Spicy : I remember I first heard about Internet in late nineties when we moved to Betul(M.P) says Abhishek as he starts this post. Yes, this post is about the history of Internet through the eyes of Abhishek. π
- tWho : Phoenix
What : Why Indian Toilet is better than Western Toilet?
Spicy : Be proud to be an Indian. Want to know the 10 reasons why an Indian Toilet is better than Western Toilet? Phoenix has the answers in this post. Must read.
- Who : BarbarIndian
What : Who let the dogs out?
Spicy : We have this short but brilliant post by BarbarIndian. You gotta read this post to understand what it tries to convey. A sure read.
- Who : Shail
What : Returns of revenge
Spicy : We love reading 55 word fiction and are sure there are many fans of it here. This 55 word fiction from Shail makes an appearance in our weekly picks. Enjai!!
- Who : Naman
What : If I May Ask You.
Spicy :The title of this blog is Weird Child! But do you know that this weird child can write wonderful poems as well? Check out this poem by Naman and encourage him. π
How many of you know that we have interviewed Anand Ramachandran, Ramesh Srivats, Sahil Rizwan and many more? We are sure many of you would have missed reading some of the interviews at our Adda. To make it easy for you all and collate all the interviews at one single place, we have the Part 3 of the interview with 21 bloggers. You can read (Part One and Part Two). Bookmark, share, tweet and Digg. π