Hello Bloggers! Everybody is saddened with the news of the retirement of the amazing cricket player, Sachin Tendulkar! Legends, indeed never retire! Tell us what you have to say about this. Presenting to you, the Tangy Tuesday Picks of the week chosen from amazing Indian blogs. Happy Reading 🙂
- Who: Deeksha Seth
What: Holier than thou..– Pretenses!
Tangy: Deeksha writes a brilliant post where she talks about her view on spirituality. Just because a person gets up and goes to the temple everyday in the mornings does not make him good and spiritually inclined. The society indeed hasÂ bizarre ways of forming conclusions about people.
- Who: Supriyaa Srivastava
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Tangy: Supriyaa writes a post in Hindi here she speaks about how one’s childhood is indeed the best phase of their life.
- Who: Ankush Bhattacharya
What: We’ll miss you
Tangy: Ankush writes a post dedicated to none other than Sachin Tendulkar! With him retiring from the game now, there’s a lot that his fans wish to say about and to him. As the large screens at the stadium displayed, what stands true is, Legends never retire.
- Who: Proactive Indian
What: Corruption of the people, by the people, for the people!
Tangy: Proactive Indian in his post rightly states in his post how the citizens of the nation are themselves very much responsible for the prevalent corruption in the society.
- Who: Narasimha Sharma Veturi
What: Short Story: Old Rum Bottles
Tangy: Narasimha writes an interesting story revolving around his time of living in the hostel and how he shared a bond with the caretaker there. Even after being away for a long time, he kept his promise of coming back to the hostel and visiting the caretaker.
- Who: S.R.Ayyangar
What: IT’S ALL IN A FAMILY RELATIONSHIP
Tangy: S. R. Ayyangar writes a nice post which talks about how the familial bonds today are largely reducing. There are applications like Skype which make it easy for people to bond but the basic interests in humans to maintain bonds seems to be reducing.
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