Guest Posts

A Lot can Happen Over a Tomato

This is a guest post written by me for Joshi’s blog The Tomato Blog.The post is all about tomato and its effect on me.

Mujhse Dosti Karoge?

Other than a woman,who else could write about women friendships?Zaira has written beautifully about women friendships and I’m sure,after reading the last word of the article,you would sigh and say “hmmm..yeah I know how it feels”.She has written it with so much of emotion that we would feel attached to every word in the article.I’m glad that she wrote for me when I asked her for a post.

My Blunders with Women Part 1 & Part2

Blunders with women is common but if you want to read about the CLASSIC blunders with women,please do click here.Joshi has woven this autobiographical piece in such a hilarious way that you will not stop laughing.Trust me.All the glories to him.

If Pune were India

Have you ever wondered like “OMG!!How do people write AWESOME posts?”Then Debo is the answer for that question.This post reveals her unconditional love for the city Pune,Maharashtra.I’m sure the next thing you would do after reading the post will be to go to her blog and click on the subscribe button.

The Utopian Indian Society

Oh you don’t know Amit?Are you serious?Please don’t tell anybody that you don’t know Amit Sharma.


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6 thoughts on “Guest Posts

  1. Congrats for yous Blog!!! If Indian Girls think freely and respond to socio-econo issues and coming out from the rigidity they plunged into our country would have been reached to an undefined place. Go on with your free thoughts that encourage many to come to the mainstream of freedom and liberty.

  2. The words are comings from the spark of thoughts!!! Sometimes it may feel like fury or may lead many to a common cause that would change the life.

  3. Bhavia, I love how you pointed out, the stereotypes in Malayalam movies about how the “perfect” girl is expected to behave. I just wish, you had cited a couple of movies too, that are classic examples of the negative perspective that has been the social norm in our culture for the longest time.

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