Hello readers! Today we started with our second last month. It looks like 2014 passed away in a blink of an eye. We had some amazing campaigns and activities like #CelebrateBlogging. With all these beautiful things happened this year we promoted creative writing at its best for our Indian Bloggers. Here are some of the best posts by Indian Bloggers for you to read and cherish 🙂
- Who: Murtaza Ali
What:“Gone Girl (2014)”
Spicy: It is an interesting movie review of the movie Gone Girl. David Fincher’s satire on marital infidelity, media trespassing, and capitalism.
- Who: Kena Shree
What: “The Lost Tranquility”
Spicy: It is a heart touching story of a mother, who after the accidental death of her husband and her paralysis is alive only for her son. But what she gets in return is unbelievable and painful.
- Who: Lavanya Donthamshetty
What: “5 HALLOWEEN COSTUME IDEAS INSPIRED BY INDIAN MOVIES”
Spicy: These days Halloween is entering into India and is becoming one good reason to party and have fun. Author here suggests 5 Halloween costumes inspired by Indian movies.
- Who: Nivedita Louis
What: “36 and counting…”
Spicy: Author dedicates this post to all women approaching forty. No matter how you look at this age, and what is your weight, you have already earned brownie points called love, affection and friendship.
- Who: Henna
What: “Preserving Indian Classical Music Part 1: Creating an Audience”
Spicy: Author shares her concern about the future of Indian Classical Music. As maestros pass on, there is a growing lack of artists who can be compared to their Ustads. One solution to this upcoming threat to Indian Classical Music is to cultivate an audience.
- Who: Meeta Sengupta
Spicy: A beautiful poem on how attracted author is towards another person’s Name and Face.
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