We’re just at the beginning of the week and there is news that Shah Rukh Khan and Salman Khan have ended their five year long feud. Well, very good for them! What’s good for you is that we’re Â here with the Tangy Tuesday Picks for this week. Read on…
- Who: Ashwini Ashokkumar
What: From a stereotyping hypocrite…
Tangy:Â We live in a society where stereotyping prevails to a very large extent. Ashwini very rightly talks about the fact that consciously or unconsciously we do approach a lot of situationsÂ stereo-typically; but when we are on the receiving end, it certainly doesn’t go down too well.
- Who: Singhal Ghata
What: Is Love really selfless? Or above survival?
Tangy: A nicely written story which talks about the basic human instinct for survival. Even if at the other end there’s a person you immensely love, there is no one you love more than yourself. It my not sound very pleasing but its a fact nevertheless!
- Who: Sonia Anoop
What: Fiction â€“ Happily ever after
Tangy: Sonia in this blog post talks about her life post marriage. A little annoyed with the monotony that life has to offer as well as the television set getting more attention from her husband, she tries to figure out whose fault it is. She really has a way with words!
- Who: Parvathy Satheesh
What: Crime and Punishments !
Tangy: In this write up Parvathy tries to capture the helplessness of the people in India who reside below the poverty line. Its a poignant story where a mother loses her son, but in her continuous feud with survival, she has to take certain steps that the society looks down upon.
- Who: Rahul Sindhwani
What: The Joy Of Giving..
Tangy: All of us majorly are very blessed to have all the basic necessities in life. However, there are people who are deprived of the same as well. There is a certain joy of giving that we experience when we share our blessings with others. Rahul tells us one such incident in his write up.
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