Bloggers, what have you got to say about the final election’s results? Are you happy? Do we see a new improved India already? Do let us know your views. Presenting to you the Spicy Saturday Picks consisting of awesome posts by Indian bloggers.Â
- Who: Swathi Shenoy
What: Different Types of Students in a Class!
Spicy: Swathi writes a post that everyone can relate to! She talks Â about the various kind of students that you are sure to find in any classroom you visit. From the queen bee to the geeks to the bullies to the copy master, we’ve witnessed them all!
- Who: Lancelot Quadras
What: My Dear Crush
Spicy: Lancelot writes a poem that revolves around how a young boy feels about his crush. Through theÂ poem,Â the protagonist says everything that he wishes for!
- Who: Anita
What: Truth Wins?
Spicy: Women are seen in bad light and judged today even without actually it being their fault. Anita in her poem compares the condition of today’s women with Sita, Lord Ram’s wife stating thatÂ evenÂ in those times, she wasn’t spared!
- Who: Sahiti
Spicy: Sahiti writes a poem about a broken heart! It’s indeed a painful feeling to having loved and lost. She expresses this through the poem very effectively!
- Who: Saru Singhal
Spicy: Saru Singhal writes a wonderful poem in Hindi about a relationship! She talks about how beyond all the small fights and bickering there is nothing but true love!
- Who: Ananya Kiran
What: Women V/s Women
Spicy: They say if a woman’s best friend is a woman, then a woman’s worst enemy is also a woman. Women should support fellow women because only a woman understands the situation and plight of another.
- Who: Jithesh Prabhakaran
Spicy: This one is an absolute treat to read! A well thought of and amazingly executed story by Jithesh.
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