SOUTH ASIAN BLOG ROUNDUP
Here is today's round up of some of the blogs of South Asia.
'BDeshini' has some thoughts on the stained glass art she is mastering.
Sadiq links us to the only site that brings together the Scriptures from Judaism, Christianity, and Islam - all in one place and with the finest translations available in English.
Mezba explains why fishing is a cruel sport.
Dina Mehta tells about a protest by SMS - The Thane Municipal Corporation is being bombarded by text messages from 627 families of Saket Complex, a society of buildings, complaining and urging action against the stench created by open garbage.
Desipundit points to discussions about bothering nasty comments in blogs.
Seven notable Indian journalist/economists have started a blog called 'The Indian Economy'.
Pakistani Perspective posts an interesting review of the book 'The dancing girls of Lahore'.
Abez has a receipe of Mango Milk for the husbands.
'Chapati Mystery' construes an interesting analogy:The logic of the war on terror demands that there exist a cohesive 'them' while the premise of the jihadist narrative is the disintegration and dispossession of 'us'.
United we blog has an informative post citing the usual misconceptions of Nepali Politics.
Tag: Bangladesh, India, Pakistan, Nepal, South Asia