UPA allies, CWC endorse statehood for Telangana. Bloggers, What do you think of this decision? WIll it pave way for more states in India? What will it be its after effects? Tell us. Time now to read the best blog posts from the Indian Bloggers. Presenting, the Tangy Tuesday Picks this week.
- Who: Partha Sadhukhan
What: AÂ Road Trip to Daulatabad Fort
Tangy:Â Partha talks about the trip he had to Daulatabad Fort with his wife. It is indeed a very beautiful place to visit. It is of historical importance and the fort has canons and other objects used by the royal family living there.
- Who: Parvathy J
What: My Daughters!
Tangy: Parvathy really has a way with words. This is an amazing poem written from the perspective of a father. It completely signifies how a father has to play a strong role, no matter what occurs. The loving bond between a father and his daughters has been very emotionally depicted.
- Who: Ashwini C N
What:Â ABC Challenge #24: X
Tangy: Ashwini in a very fun way talks about the letter ‘X’ used extensively in the subject of mathematics. She tries to figure out how and why did this letter become the first choice of the mathematicians and ends it with a question about will anyone ever be able to solve her query.
- Who: Swapna Thomas
What: Does motherhood get easier?
Tangy: Swapna in her write-up explains how once she is a mother, she always continuously has to play the role of a mother. Everybody thinks once your child is five years old and slightly independent, then motherhood is easy. Swapna thinks otherwise and she talks from sheer experience, stating that motherhood is a challenge throughout.
- Who: Sakshi Nanda
What: Periods are not taboo. Period!Â
Tangy: A girl or woman who is experiencing menses is considered taboo majorly in India. Sakshi does not quite agree on this and explains her viewpoint about the need for topics like these to be discussed openly in society because in the end it is a natural biological phenomenon.
- Who: Indrani Ghose
What: Ranganathittu Bird Sanctuary, Mandya, Karnataka
Tangy: Indrani has awesomely described the Ranganathittu Bird Sanctuary in Karnataka through her write up and more so through the pictures. Annually as many as 70,000 birds migrate here from India and abroad. There is a boating facility for the tourists to enable clearer bird watching as also to enjoy the natural beauty of the sanctuary.
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