Bloggers, as per your demand we have extended the #MyRoleModel activity for all of you! Now you can blog more, click more selfies and make more videos about your role models. Here we are presenting the Spicy Saturday Picks to you consisting of well-written posts from Indian blogs. Happy Reading 😀
- Who: Megha Arora
What: A Modern Woman
Spicy: Megha Arora writes a story which is extremely hard-hitting! All of us believe that we are very modern and accepting when it comes to everything in the society. She writes a post which clearly shows you that it is your thought process that needs to be modern and not the way you dress.
- Who: Anupam Joseph
What: Unity In Diversity
Spicy: Here’s a post that tells all of us to avoid being stereotypical. There are many issues which the nation is facing at the moment. The people of the country need to stay united at such times so that practical solutions can be reached. The act of stereotyping will only add to the problems.
- Who: Aathira Jim
What: The girl in the red dress
Spicy: Aathira writes a brilliant story! It is a tale about how sometimes your thoughts turn to dreams and break into innumerable pieces before you know it. She really has a way with words…she describes everything in the story so well that it comes to life!
- Who: Garima Nag
What: Blogging – Goal or no goal
Spicy: Garima writes a very interesting post this time. She talks about her love and passion for blogging in a very innovative way!
- Who: Crimson Curls
What: Don’t Judge Me On Scores, About Me There Is So Much More !
Spicy: Every student should not be judged on the basis of his or her scores. Everyone has the choice to choose their own careers in accordance with whatever they are good at. The situation would be best if people would just stop intruding in the lives of others.
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