Friday, October 31, 2003
BLOGS : Bharateeya Blog Mela #34
With the sheer volumes of nominations pouring in, I have made just a few additions on my own to this list. Also, since there's a lot of ground to cover, I shaln't bore you with meaningless drivel, and without further ado, announce the Bharateeya Blog Mela #34!
Since I managed to grab the Diwali weekend, the mela's opening shall be lit up by the brilliance that is India at Diwali.
How would a mela be complete if there weren't those most crucial questions about ourselves that weren't asked or answered. As they say - "A wo/man dies each night, only to be born again the next morning".
Just to relieve yourself from the tedium of the extremely lengthy mela, feast your eyes on these amazing moments (by the following people Netahoy, Chavez, Twilight Fairy and Sandip respectively)
This section, covers the beauty of those places you always wanted to go to, but never did. Till then, see it through someone else's eyes.
Wrapping up this mela (finally! Right?), are a couple of short stories by Gaurav - Raamu, the Paanwala - a bite of which will leave you hooked and Pooja's short story based on this image.
Whew! Hope you made it here!
The next mela is being hosted at GIGAOM
And I'm off to Seattle!
Tuesday, October 28, 2003
LIFE : Strangers in a strange land
Far away in the land called America, in a town called Beacon, I found three symbols for national integration in India. Their names were Ishwar Rehman, Mohammed Ram and Javed Rajput.
P.S. Nominations for the 34th Blog Mela end on 30th October, 1 PM IST. If you liked a post which you feel the world should know about, here's the place to let them know.
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