Tangy Tuesday Picks – May 18, 2021

The entire team at BlogAdda is praying for everyone’s safety and wellness during the ongoing Cyclone Tauktae. Stay home, Stay safe. We are giving you another reason for you to stay home and warm as we are back with our Tangy Picks for this week. Put on your reading glasses, grab a corner, your favourite hot drink, and walk into the world of words as we bring you the best blogposts from India this week.

5 Best Blogposts From India - Tangy Tuesday Picks - May 18, 2021

Who: Rajesh Tara
What: Yakhni Gosht Biryani
Why: If you are fond of Biryani’s, you definitely need to try this recipe out. Rajesh resumed his regular cooking spree during this lockdown at home, read on how you can make this happen in your kitchen as well.

Who: Nibha Gupta
What: In Sickness and In Health
Why: We all can play our part and make the world a little bit better by contributing to the fight against coronavirus, whether that’s by volunteering, staying informed, or contributing to research. Here’s a brave and inspiring story of Nibha’s fight against Covid-19.

Who: Urvi Barman
What: Benefits Of The Indian Gooseberry
Amla has gained a new word as “superfruit.” The antioxidants and vitamins found in amla berries offer several health benefits. Hop onto Urvi’s blogpost to read the benefits.

Who: Rakhi P.
What: Ways To Strengthen The Mental Health Of Children During A Pandemic
Why: Children have many worries compared to adults related to the consequences of COVID-19. It’s really important to check on their mental health and try our best to work on it as well. Rakhi has shared some of the ways and thoughts to ease this process for parents.

Who: Saurabh Rathore
What: What to Read This May 2021
Why: If you are looking for a new and fresh book to read in your book club or with your book partner for this May, look no further. Saurabh made this list which includes new books that are releasing this month and will keep you busy.

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