Hello fellas! Winter is coming, a cup of coffee and a good reading material is more than enough for the successful happy winter season. We have our #PerkyTweets and a complete collection of Tangy Picks for your reading quota with these creative blog posts written by Indian Bloggers!
- Who: Amita Gulia Sehrawat
What: Wannabe Chetan Bhagat? Why not consider your own name?
Tangy: Author is not a fan of Chetan Bhagat, but admires him for his skills and the way he market his books. Author also suggests some dos and donts for other lesser known budding authors.
- Who: Ashwin Kumar
Tangy: Author here shares his problems and issues faced in Bangalore like the traffic, people, climate etc , and how difficultly Bangalore is treating him. After reading this, you may wish to cross out this city from bucket list, but we are waiting for author’s review about Bangalore, once he settles down.
- Who: Jitin Shroff
What: SAFETY CONCERNS FOR INDIAN HATCHBACKS UP FOR A TOSS
Tangy: Insightful Article on the implications of Maruti Swift and Datsun Go’s crash test failure. The author points out the serious concerns associated to safety standards in the Indian Automobile Industry
- Who: Mukta Naikjagetia
What: Keep the faith! In support of 17000ft’s incredible efforts in #education
Tangy: Friends of the author, Sujata and Sandeep, despite of all odds, decided to look at transforming the experience of schoolchildren in the remote areas of Ladakh. They run 17000ft Foundation which works to bring meaningful and practical value additions to how Ladakhi children learn.
- Who: Antarik Anwesan
What: What ‘Interstellar’ forced my mind to think
Tangy: Long chain of thoughts left author with a sleepless night. The Author says that the movie Interstellar leaves you blank and forces you to think and rethink what you just saw.
- Who: Sharadasunder
Tangy: The “growing old” fobia is not uncommon. Author witnessed this in several conversations. But, according to the author growing old is a happier state and stage.
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