Hello Bloggers! We hope you’ve had an amazing extended weekend celebrating the festival of colours, Holi with your near and dear ones. Tell us how you celebrated this radiant festival. We’re here with the Tangy Tuesday Picks of the week, consisting of blog posts by Indian bloggers. Happy Reading 🙂
- Who: Vivek Patwardhan
What: What shall we tell our children?
Tangy: Vivek writes an extremely meaningful post about how indifferent people are today. There are major accidents that happen where innocent people end up losing their lives but to the other insensitive majority of people what matters is only their happiness and celebration.
- Who: Saru Singhal
What: Lost Abode
Tangy: Saru writes a touching poem about a war widow and her pensive thoughts about her husband’s death. This one is a must read!
- Who: Ramaswamy V Krishnamurti
What: Oh no, not another blog…
Tangy: A fun post where Ramaswamy tries to make a list of the various kinds of bloggers you tend to find online. This one sure leaves you with a smile!
- Who: Remya
What: Mend my heart
Tangy: Remya writes an absolutely wonderful poem from the point of view of a mother. This one tugs at your heartstrings and makes you want to go and give your mom a tight hug!
- Who: Deepthi Sekhar
What: MY ROOMMATE IS A SWEETIE..
Tangy: Deepthi writes an interesting post this time. A little scary too, go on and read it to find out more.
- Who: Jyotsna Bhatia
What: Inspiring, isn’t it ??
Tangy: Jyotsna Bhatia writes an inspiring story about a classmate who today is very successful due to all the hard work that she has put in throughout the past years.
- Who: Vidita Bhargava
What: About To Cry
Tangy: A post that reminds you to love and value yourself instead of trying to win others’ appreciation all the time.
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