India is a land of stories. Children are fond of listening to stories. All grandparents have been telling stories to their grandchildren. They tell their life’s experiences and teach them very important lessons of life. Taking forth this legacy here are 14 best posts of short stories which are written by some of the best bloggers of India:
1. Its PH
Prakash B. Hegade likes to write poems as they can carry deep thoughts in few sentences and phrases. He looks at the life positively. If you have lot of struggle in your life, it paves the way for positive thinking and removing the hurdles and replacing it with smiles. If you are emotional and believe in heart then this is a must read post.
This Blog is created by Vikas Acharya. He has jotted down his experiences on every topic. He has written about yoga, relationships, Ayurveda, latest news and evils of the society to be curbed. He has been a traveller. So, he has written about the holy places he visited. In one post, you can get information on many topics. If you want to have information on any of these topics then you must go through this post.
Pankti Mehta is a traveller, a foody and loves to write. In present post, she has expressed her gratitude and feeling of a daughter towards her father. This post is very good. Actually, father is a person we must feel grateful to. If you also feel indebted towards your father and want to thank him then you must see this post.
4. My Emotions
The writer Ajay pai lives in Bangaluru. He writes lovely poetry and expresses his views through them. He has written beautiful lines on every small or big thing which is important in life- be it a small toy or his love for black colour he has penned down everything. If you are a lover of reading good poetry, you must peep into this post.
The writer cifar shayar is a poet, writer and blogger. He shows his concern for the disturbance caused in the ecosystem by human interference. He states about some endangered species that will become extinct if nothing is done. He himself is active and urges his readers to do their bit, for their own interest. If you are also of the same view then this post will be liked by you.
Rajesh asarpota loves to read. He has posted an image and narrated related story to it. He thinks there is a story behind every image. It is an interesting thing to explore stories behind images. Listening stories is a favourite type of entertainment and information provider for everybody. If you are also adventure seeker and fond of exploring stories behind images then this is the post meant for you.
Ankita loves reading, sketching and writing. In this post, she pens down about the bond between parent and children. She tells that as a parent you should take pride in children’s advance knowledge of technology or anything and take advantage from them too. You must share a bond with your children so that they can share and confide in you their life’s secret. To read about the bonding of love you must have a look at this post.
8. Half a cup of happyness
Sonia kundra singh is a traveller, blogger and passionate about books. In present post, she describes the grandness of palace of Versailles
In Paris, France. She describes the luxury of the palace and journey with proper images. The description is vivid and the images are good. If you want to travel virtually and enjoy the luxury and lavish ambience of the palace, you are welcome to look at this post.
I B Arora is a well known writer of stories for children in ‘Champak’ and ‘Nandan’. In this post also, he has written short moral stories for children. All the stories in this are short and with a moral. If you want to tell new short stories with moral then you must see this post.
10. The spark unseen
Sankeerath Shinde writes fiction. He has the firm believe in the power of family and friends. He concludes that any horrifying persons or incidents might frighten him at any level but as long as his family is unscathed he doesn’t mind it much. He values the bond of family at the supreme level. If you are interested in reading fiction, then this is for you.
11. Random Thoughts
k. Parthasarthy has penned down his memories of his childhood. He remembers the practical training given to him by his mother being a single parent. He owes all of his successful life’s credit to her. He is very sorry to see his sick mother’s pathetic condition. If you also would like to share his thoughts, you must go through this post.
12. Blogs away
Subroto writes about Vincent’s art exhibition. Vincent’s mother was preparing him to be an artist even when he was not born. She was always supportive and encouraging him for his practise of artwork. At eighteen, he at last got a name in newspaper and obviously his mother felt proud of him. If you also want to have a look at this story, then come to this post to have a look.
Sudhsdiary has reviewed airtel app which has all the airtel products under it. He finds it beneficial for all. It will give you more benefits if you pay through apps by credit card. This app is very secure and allows you to use your credit card with proper security. In addition to paying bills you can talk directly to customer care and also order your food without any problem. If you have to know anything more or in detail please refer to this post.
Debolina coomar is a freelancer and a blogger. In this post, she has given useful advices to the mothers who want to write blogs. These useful advices can help these blogs to be interesting and more popular. If you want to take these advices into consideration for your writings, you are welcome to visit this post.
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