Recommended


Following the footsteps of Shankar I decided to review few of the blogs that I admire a lot.

The sequence in which I mention it here doesn’t have anything to do with rank.

I don’t think many of them whom I mentioned here would read this. But hope this would be of good information to other readers.

  1. A wide angle view of India by Nita:

This is one of the best political blogs I have read in recent times. I admire this blog for the way she add details to justify her opinion. Well presented, well organised and most unbiased blog.

  1. Everything official about this by GB:

The fact that I don’t even want to miss comments in her blog could be a best expressed review for this blog. Beautiful language, natural humour, forward thinking and interesting narration are the high points of this blog. (for some reason she made it as a private blog recently. I don't know how to ask for an invitation to view her blog. Anyone please advise)

  1. Ballat by Shankar:

The best aspect of this blog is its versatility. He speaks about philosophy, movie reviews, personal tours, love, technology and everything under the sky. He will keep you busy by tagging you here and there making you to contribute some way or other.

  1. Bitch on by Nicky:

If you are a Conservative male, you would be shocked reading her blog. She never hesitates to touch any topic right from PMS (if you don’t know what PMS mean, read her blog) to beautifully justifying her laziness in washing her inners. I like her open mindedness and child like braveness (It’s indeed a compliment).

  1. Reflections of an empathic libertarian by Vipul

He steals topic from my mind and often presents it in a more creative and better manner than I could think. He is again unbiased, witty (sometimes) and touches high quality topics. The high point about his blog is his narration style which would keep you away from boredom. He bestowed a wonderful title ‘empathic libertarian’ on me stating that I think like him. Considering the high quality of his blog, I treat this as a very good complement.


I read a few posts of her and utterly impressed by the presence of inner self which happens to be my most favourite topic. I cant exactly put it down in words but I think this is not the usual kind of blog.

16 comments:

Shankar said...
July 3, 2009 at 9:56 PM

Hey bharathi..a small mistake..my blogs name is Ballat... not ballot... Thanks for mentioning my blog..And really thanks..I thought everyone might get angry for being tagged again and again.once again thanks a lot bharathi..

Vipul Grover said...
July 3, 2009 at 10:02 PM

Hey guys, as u mst hav guessed by now tht i hd 2 pay him a lot 2 write all tht about me n my blog.. :)
thnx a ton bro 4 being so kind nd showering all those praises.
wnevr i write a book(as all of us on blogging circuit dream 2 do one day), u'll b d first 2 review it. lol
keep this faith in me n my writings. tc.

vemuri said...
July 4, 2009 at 12:20 AM

hmm i guess you forogt to list your own blog in that list . YOur blog is no less to any of the above blogs..

Bharathi said...
July 4, 2009 at 8:39 AM

@ Shankar: Sorry for the spelling mistake. its corrected now.
@ Vipul: I am sure you would write a book and am waiting for the privilege of reviewing it.
@ Vemuri: I am completely flattered. Thanks a lot pal. words of appreciation like this urges me to perform well. Thanks again. Keep visiting.

Nicky said...
July 4, 2009 at 8:50 AM

OMG!! Thank you so much!! :)

Absolutely thrilled that you liked the blog.

Nicky said...
July 4, 2009 at 8:52 AM

[i]justifying her laziness in washing her inners[/i]

To all guys turned off by this -> I do wash my inners (every 30 days) and own 30 pairs of lingerie!! What more can you want?!

Shankar said...
July 4, 2009 at 10:16 AM

Thanks Bharathi..

Bharathi said...
July 4, 2009 at 10:29 AM

@ Nicky: I was only appreciating your technique of owning 30 counters. By the way how did you know I wrote about your blog here as I dont see your name in my followers box.

Nicky said...
July 4, 2009 at 12:58 PM

I saw some visits from your webpage to my blog in the stats and came exploring :)

Nice blog this one.

Bharathi said...
July 4, 2009 at 1:59 PM

@Nicky: Thanks for your complement.

Vipul Grover said...
July 4, 2009 at 3:15 PM

thnx buddy:)

Mr.R said...
July 16, 2009 at 10:23 AM

:neglection is more serious than death sentence:

Very well said. The socity drove them away , made them outcast. If society would have treated them as a normal human , they would not have to tread a life like this.

Bharathi said...
July 16, 2009 at 10:36 AM

@ Mr. R: Thanks pal for vsiting and leaving a valuable comment.

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Anukriti Sharma said...
May 31, 2011 at 8:18 PM

Hey Bharathi,

Thank you dear for liking... Ur definition of my blog is really beautiful and flattering... I appreciate that you like it! Thanks :)
N keep writing
Love,
Anukriti

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