Passing it on…

Thank you, Linda, for nominating me for the readership award. I have always enjoyed your blog and am delighted to be nominated by you once again.
wonderful-readership-award2 This award is meant to be passed on to 14 blogs whom one has enjoyed reading during a particular week. As such, I would like to nominate the following lovely bloggers with their posts that I enjoyed during the last week.

  1. Shailja from Sweet and Savoury – Tofu Butter Masala 
  2. Anjana from At the corner of happy and harried – Aloo Palak Paratha
  3. Chitra from Chitra’s Healthy Kitchen – Methi raw mango brown rice
  4. Sapana from Cooking with Sapana – Chhattisgarh snack Khaza 
  5. Vidya from Traditionally Modern Food – Thenga Aracha Kuzhambu 
  6. Susan from Watch Hatch Fly – Meditation room update 
  7. Suzanne from A pug in the kitchen – Orecchiette
  8. Elaine from Foodbod – Spiced salads
  9. Aditi and Nikil from Confused Bawarchis – Spicy fruit roll-ups 
  10. Naina from Spice in the City – Elderflower madeleines 
  11. Charanya from Yes! I’m Vegan – Korma
  12. Nimmi from Adorable life – Summer drink 
  13. Brian from Love, Food and Beer – Berry-Rhubarb Crisp 
  14. Kanzen Sakura – Key lime and peach ice-cream

Next, I would like to thank Nimmi for nominating me for the Versatile Blogger award. I am honoured to accept it and am happy to have come across your lovely blog through Angie’s Fiesta Friday event.
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I understand that part of the nomination acceptance includes sharing 7 things about oneself and nominating 15 other bloggers. I decided the thing I would share today would be books so here are the names of 7 of my all-time favourite books, in reverse alphabetical order.

  1. Under the banyan tree and other stories (actually all of R.K.Narayan’s short stories)
  2. To kill a mockingbird 
  3. The Razor’s Edge
  4. Pride and Prejudice
  5. Of mice and men
  6. Franny and Zooey
  7. Delhi

I would like to nominate the following wonderful bloggers for the Versatile Blogger award.

To wrap up this post, I would like to share this beautiful debut song of Harini, from the movie Indira (1995), with music composed by A.R.Rahman and lyrics written by Vairamuthu. Trained in Carnatic music from a young age, Harini was noticed by A.R.Rahman in a school contest and was introduced to the movie playback singing world through Suhasini Maniratnam’s movie ‘Indira’.

Have a good day!