Hello readers ! Long weekend is here. We celebrated Navratri and Dussherea , and are all set to celebrate Eid on Monday. All this is overdose of festivity and fun. We have celebrations at your adda also – #CelebrateBlogging While the Blogosphere of our Indian Bloggers is sprouting with energy and enthusiasm, we feel proud to uphold the spirit of Blogging everyday. Here are some of the best posts for you to read and celebrate 🙂
- Who: Sakshi Raina
What: â€œAn open letter to my father on his birthday â€
Spicy: This is an open letter from a daughter to her father on his birthday to express how much she truly love him although she may not be able to express all her emotions into words.
- Who: NS
What:History and Fashion
Spicy:Â If you look back into history, really back into history, you will find interesting styles â€“ hairstyles, dressing styles and concepts. What is even more interesting is to see why people dressed the way they did. Author brings out striking similarity in today’s fashion and medieval and historic time.
- Who: Siddhesh Kabe
What: “3 Things About ‘Ravan’ You Were Always Confused About”
Spicy: There is a discussion on the role of Ravan and Duryodhana and their role in the giant epic of Ramayana and Mahabharata. There still exists confusion on if or not Ravan was a great king. Author addresses 3 such confused points.
- Who: Vishal V Kale
What: “Swachh Bharat Abhiyan, Or Clean India – Does It Meet The Problem? “
Spicy: Author appreciates the efforts our Prime Minister Narendra Modi is putting in the nobel initiative Swachh Bharat Abhiyan but personally believes that if someone like Narendra Modi – who should be focusing on the economy, the Armed Forces, and other major aspecs – is giving his valuable time to it, then it is both a complete waste of time, as well as a deeply disturbing act that should cause our heads to hang in shame, not burst in joy and partake in flippant.
- Who: Srilakshmi Indrasenan
What: â€œ50 Simple Life Lessons, Which I Learnt When I Turned 24â€
Spicy: Life teaches lessons to every one of us; some lessons are harsh, some are funny, and some are obvious, but it does teach us something valuable. Here is a compilation of some of the lessons that author learnt from her life of 24 years.
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