BlogAdda’s Spicy Saturday Picks – Nov. 19, ’11

Spicy SaturdayThe ghost of 1996 Semi Final came back to haunt us. This time through Vinod Ganpat Kambli. How many of you remember that Semi Final Match? What was your reaction to that dramatic batting collapse? We would love to hear from you on that. Time now to read the Spicy Saturday Picks from the Indian Blogosphere.

    • Who : Happy Forever
      What : Winter, forever after.
      Spicy : A beautifully written fiction story, of a brave soldier and an architect, who set the city on fire! Read it when you have nothing else in mind, and absorb the feelings that the blogger tries to explain here.

    • Who : Loony The Ullu
      What : The Superhero in Me.
      Spicy : Sneha Pillai puts herself in an existing superhero fantasy story, and carves a new story out of it, as part of her assignment. We had fun reading her story where she was a super-hero, in a Harry Porter like backdrop, throwing commands through her wand. A fun read. 🙂

    • Who Prateek Garg
      What : Inquiry Hogi
      Spicy : Prateek writes a very witty Hindi poem, depicting two meanings of the same situation, of right and wrong. Very thoughtful! Must read.

    • Who : indiansinpak
      What : Mere desh ki mitti…
      Spicy : We have often heard our elders praising and narrating the importance of the mud of your ‘own’ land, best known as ‘mere desh/dharti ki mitti‘. This post reassures how important it is for these elders. Two Indians living in Pakistan narrate a story of Kanak Dixit (person from Nepal), who visits Pakistan, to get mud from his father’s native village, and fulfill the 96 year old’s wish. You must read this story.

    • Who : Sudish Kamath
      What : Rockstar: In search of the free bird
      Spicy : A bike trip among amazing views and scenery is surely a very enjoyable ride. And Rahul has enjoyed a similar trip from Chamba to Nurpur. Beautiful views were his companions through his trip, and here he gives us an account of the same.

    • Who : Mithelesh Baria
      What : Badtameez… Fauji…..
      Spicy : Smriti Mahale brings forward a day scribbled by a terrorist in his diary. How he plans a blast, the grief later on and his surrender to Him. A gripping read.

    • Who : Smriti Mahale for YKA
      What : A Page From A Terrorist’s Diary [MUST READ]
      Spicy : This post presents the scenario, of how less valued a soldier is, by others. The Myth writes a Hindi post, to tell how the Fauji was labeled as Battameez.

If you come across any interesting blog post or perky tweet and want to share, you can tip us on Twitter or contact us here and we will credit you for the selected pick.

One Reply to “BlogAdda’s Spicy Saturday Picks – Nov. 19, ’11”

  1. It is indeed quite foolish to dig up so old a past, which includes even responding to the topic.
    The society in general and intellectuals in particular need follow this code of discipline – of popularizing only what is indeed GOOD for the society (or other stakeholders).

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