Jan Lokpal Bill is again in the limelight. Will January 27 be a thanksgiving day or the start of the indefinite fast day. 😉 What will the government do? What will Anna Hazare do? We have 10 more days to know. Till then let us read what the Indian Bloggers have to say on various things revolving around their lives.
- Who : Aniruddha H D
What : Scenes by the Sea
Spicy : Ant-mimicking Crab Spider, Arabian sea and the horizon, hermit crab, sand bubbles, sea gulls and so many other beautiful beings we get to see in Aniruddha’s post. Brilliant photography and a different perspective, is what you will find in this one. Do read.
- Who : Neelam Kamdar Bhamani
What : A Mumbaikar No Longer
Spicy : Neelam is a Mumbai-kar at heart, but yet she is treated as a foreigner since she has returned from US. She shares the incident because of which she gets the foreigner stares. 😛
- Who : Bharath Balakrishnan
What : The Dhoti Clad Revolutionary
Spicy : A very gripping fictional story written by Bharath. He takes the plot of a real story, and pens down a well written piece of work. Recommended read!
- Who : Madhusha
What : We never came alone and we’ll never really know if we leave alone…..
Spicy : Madhusha’s post is in response to this statement: We come into the world alone and leave it alone yet seek companionship, why? She says that everyone requires love, support and warmth. Read ahead.
- Who : Harish G
What : A CAREFREE DREAM
Spicy : Harish G composes a poem on a carefree dream. Our favorite lines: present times are wailing back, theories of past echoing aback, point is little in going back, its just, dreams end, a drawback.
- Who : Amrita Thavrani
What : रात
Spicy : Amrita creates a beautiful Hindi poetry on the different aspects of a night. Short yet very nicely carved. Do read.
- Who : Prosenjeet
What : Please don’t delete my blog Kapil Ji
Spicy : Prosenjeet writes a humorous post on the regulation of social media sites like Facebook, Twitter and Twitter. Fabio, Tutu and Gugu are assigned to screen the ‘Objectionable Content’ over the Internet. See how they work. 😉
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