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Ever heard of anyone who wants to write a 100 books in their lifetime? We have heard of one such person, and her name is Anamika Mishra. Anamika is an author, a blogger, a public speaker, positivity spreader, bibliophilie and much more. We love the way positive vibes are interspersed with beauty on Anamika's webspace, and so decided to interview her. Read the interview where Anamika explains how she seamlessly blends the blogger and author in her.
Sid Balachandran, aka Rishi ke Papa, is the man who writes those. We mean the person who blogs at I Wrote Those. You may even know him as the recipient of the 'Best Personal Blog in India' at the #WIN15 Blogging Awards. Sid is a Work From Home dad, which means he tries to get work done while spending time with his son Rishi. We asked him a few questions and Sid very graciously answered them, with none of the starry tantrums associated with an award winner.
सब जगह देखने के बाद मेरा यह विश्वास दृढ हुआ कि भारतीयता अमर है
The trials of an upcoming writer
Converses with my mirror
A ride to Bishnupur Terracotta Gallery
The little girl who talks to birds
A relationship is complete when both people involved are committed to each other. But what is a half relationship? The way in which two people regard each other is paramount to decide the status of their relationship. A half relationship is a relationship where the boy/girl are more than friends, but are still to commit themselves to each other. It could be because one person is not ready for it or is unsure or because both have a different focus at that stage in life.
Relationships are made up of both, happy and dull moments. While the journey through the upheavals can be difficult, a touch of warmth is all you need to smooth things over.
Every relationship is different, but there are some essentials that form the foundation for every single one of them. They are love, trust, commitment and promises. Every couple makes some promises to each other, and we're not talking just about wedding vows. These promises are unique to every couple, and that's the beauty of them! So ladies, this is your chance to tell your partner/ future knight in shining armour the kasams you'd like him to make! Participate in the SetWet #SadaSexy activity and get assured vouchers and a chance to win vouchers worth Rs. 1000 each!
Share your personal experiences on your blog occasionally. It makes your posts more real and helps your readers connect with you.
Forums are good way to drive traffic if you are regularly posting something.
Create infographics for your blog to summarise the content and present it in a more interesting way.
In India, they say languages change every 10 miles you go. According to the Census of 2001, India has 122 major languages and 1500 other languages or dialects. Even the first word a child utters are influenced by the language or mother-tongue that he has been listening to since birth. And it stays with him for the rest of his life, no matter how far he goes. Some of us learn a foreign language out of curiosity and end up falling in love with it.
It quenches your thirst, keeps you and your house clean, and is instrumental in bringing food on our table. What would mankind have done without this elixir of life? The one natural resource that covers two-thirds of our planet and makes it habitable.
Humans are the most adaptive species. We adapt when we are removed from the safe confines of our home and put in a school. We adapt when we move cities. Initial teething troubles persist but we adapt to biological, cultural and seasonal changes. Which is a good thing! The problem is when we get comfortable with our surroundings so much that we do not want them to change.
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