Arun Ganesh Saraswate aka Pune ka mama at the age of 70 has won many hearts. How? Do you know that there are still villages in India where there is no electricity? Yes, and there are people like Arun Ganesh Saraswate who believe in making a difference and are not too busy to care. He is the one responsible for bringing electricity to a village. You can do your bit too. On March 26, switch off your lights for an hour and you may unknowingly benefit someone with this gesture. Now, time to read the best blog posts from the Indian Blogosphere.
- Who :Â Shail Mohan
What : Are you a feminist??
Tangy : The meaning & definition of ‘feminist’ has gradually depreciated as more and more people equal it to men-haters. Ritu argued the something similar in her post in Spicy Picks and now Shail comes up with this awesome post on the myths that people have created regarding the meaning and act of a feminist. Do answer her question after you read the post — Are you a feminist? Thank you IHM for this tip. 🙂
- Who : The Fool
What : Space in her heart
Tangy : A well written fiction story which will send chills down your spine! A good start with a nice twist. Have a read! 🙂
- Who : Paritala Gopi Krishna
What : 10 principles for Peace of Mind
Tangy : In our jam packed life, we often lose our peace of mind somewhere. There are many unnecessary behaviors which we adopt, that does nothing good but creates difference between individuals. In this post you will find the 10 principles to regain the lost peace of mind.
- Who : Abhinna Suresh Khare
What : Foot Fall in Classroom and a curious case of Experienced Professor
Tangy : Abhinna comments on the thinking which, according to him, most teachers have undertaken. A change in the thinking and education system is what he looks out for and suggests in this post. Do drop in comments to tell whether you agree.
- Who :Â Queen Sharin
What : My Rant on Gender Issues and the Colour Pink. READ IT ALL! It’s worth it!
Tangy : Sharin comes up with this post which shows us how the color pink is too often associated with little girls and also how they are limited to play with few ‘girly’ toys. Have you considered this point too small and missed your eye? Read on!
- Who : Krtgrphr
What : Address Book
Tangy : However nomadic the life, home is but in the mind, and the pages of its memory. Very meaningful line from Krtgrphr’s post. He goes down the memory lane and shares with us his small travel tales from childhood. Do have a read. 🙂
- Who : D
What : Ja beta, jee le apni zindagi
Tangy : The cricket fever has hit almost all men in the country. D’s husband wanted to go all over the places to watch India playing against whomsoever other country. She dramatically says, ‘Ja beta, jee le apni zindagi.’ 😛 Hop onto her post! Thank you IHM for this tip. 🙂
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