Earlier this morning we asked ‘Has Tarun Sehrawat’s death already been forgotten?‘. What do you think? Read the post and take part in our conversations. There are many inspiring posts doing the rounds every week and this week is no exception. Presenting to you the best from the Indian Bloggers this week. Buckle up.
- Who: Sindhuja
What: Mr. and Mrs. Koovagam
Tangy: ‘Every spring, the transgender community in India descends into a small village called Koovagam in TamilNadu to celebrate recognition, liberation and desire’, reports Sindhuja. We have a photo essay upfront. 🙂
- Who: Sudhir
What: President’s election: Open Letter to Karan Thapar and IBN.
Tangy:Â An open letter to a news channel. Will they respond? No idea, but this post by Sudhir is a must read for the way he has dissected the campaign by this channel for the Indian Presidential elections.
- Who:Rahul Baiyan
What:Â Why Nokia’s platform is still burningâ€¦
Tangy:Â Which was your first mobile phone? 90 % of the people would say Nokia. Fast forward to the current time? How many of you own a Nokia? Less than 10 %. What created this shift? Rahul Baiyan has this very well researched posts peppered with his thoughts. Must read.
- Who: Asha Shresar
What:Â Connecting to my roots
Tangy:Â Today, most of us are geographically scattered from our roots. This disintegrated the joint family system in the past and gave rise to nuclear family, says Asha in this post. A post that will make you think about your roots and its importance in the current times. Do read.
- Who: Shocky
What:Â First Rule of Your Goals : You don’t talk about your goals
Tangy: Â Do you think there can be rules when you think of goals? If so, Will your first rule be – to not talk about your goals? Shocky has his own set of rules. Find it out via this post. Read and share.
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