Ganpati Bappa Morya! Happy Ganesh Chaturthi! It’s going to be a week ahead filled with festive fervour. The Lord of happiness is here visiting His beloved disciples for ten days now. Glittering lights and beautifully decorated mandals are what you see everywhere. We love adding to your happy times! Bringing you the Tangy Tuesday Picks for the week written by Indian bloggers.
- Who: Rajavanya
What: My New Indian Hero
Tangy: Rajavanya writes a post about how it is important to be proud of what you are. Your culture, language, accent are things that make you and you shouldn’t be ashamed of it ever. There is no harm in laughing at yourself but looking at your own self in poor light for such a reason is what has to change
- Who: Ashwini C N
What: The Unanswered Questions and Suicides!
Tangy: Ashwini in her blog post writes about how her thought process regarding suicides has changed with time. When you are depressed, nothing else seems to matter. People need support and maximum help when they are upset and that should be our approach towards them to avoid them from taking drastic and dangerous steps.
- Who: Aditya Gaddam
What: Mind your mind.
Tangy: Aditya, in his post very interestingly talks about different people having different personalities and justifies it with physics as well. Some are outgoing and love to continuously talk while some others like it the quiet way. He however says that you are at your best when you areÂ comfortableÂ and that it is best you are accepted that way.
- Who: Prasad NP
What:Â Ganesha The Original desi Traveler __/|__
Tangy: On theÂ occasionÂ of Ganesh Chaturthi, Prasad writes about the Indian God who is considered as the Lord of good beginnings. He tells a story about Ganesha and how the festival is celebrated in India for ten days. He also shares some amazing pictures of Lord Ganpati in his blog post.
- Who: Vishal V Kale
What: THE GENERATION THAT CHANGED INDIA
Tangy: At a time where everyone is cribbing about how the generation is paralyzed and the time period is proving to be one of the worst for the country; Vishal talks about the good that this generation has given India. He says it is always better to look at the bright side than the dark.
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