According to the results given out bu the UN, one out of every eight people in the world is malnourished. These statistics are disturbing. What is your view on the same bloggers? Do let us know! We’re here with the Tangy Tuesday Picks of the week consisting of seven Indian posts. Happy Reading 🙂
- Who: Divyanshu Goyal
What: पैरों के निशान
Tangy: Divyanshu writes an amazing poem in Hindi, about life, experiences, hope and about leaving a mark in the society.
- Who: Sushree Dash
What: The Chair…
Tangy: Sushree writes a very nice poem dedicated to something as special as an old chair in the house. Furniture at home stays for a long time, witnessing everything that happens around.
- Who: Parvathy J
What: The Royal Plea
Tangy: Parvathy writes a very interesting poem from the point of view of a trapped royal beast. She talks about how it belongs to the open green jungles but is now inhumanly just confined behind the bars to entertain humans.
- Who: Alka Gurha
What: Who lit the fire?
Tangy: Alka writes a humorous post with respect to the television show, Comedy Nights with Kapil which is becoming more popular with each passing day. She has wittily connected it to the present political scenario as well, blaming that as a reason for the set of the show catching fire.
- Who: Megha Arora
What: His & Hers…Hope.
Tangy: Megha writes a brilliant story based o n hope. It also has a whole angle where we realize that each story has two sides. It is an interesting and well-written post!
- Who: Rachna Parmar
What: The Great Indian Family!
Tangy: Rachna writes a post which reminds us of the quote, Love Thy Neighbour! Neighbours are like your extended family. They are the first ones to come to your rescue in case of any emergency.
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