Saturday, April 3, 2010

Ten Women I Like Most - Chain Post


Menaga of Sashiga invited me for this chain post a few weeks before. Guess, this was started on the International Women's Day. This is the very first time, I'm coming across this type of chain post and I really found this interesting. Thanks to Menaga for passing on this chain post. This comes with few rules,

1. You should talk about ten women, you like most.
2. They should not be your relative.
3. You don't have to prioritize them.
4. All the ten people you select should represent different walk of life.
5. You should also say, why you like them.
6. You should pass this chain to few of your friends.

1. Sundari - Teacher:

A best person, who I could never forget in my life is my kindergarten teacher Sundari. A wonderful teacher one could find. Now, I lost her contacts but I believe I would get to meet her sometime soon.


2. NithyaSree - Singer:


NithyaSree Mahadevan is a Carnatic and playback singer for film songs. Her Grandma was another famous carnatic vocalist D.K.Pattamal. She is very much known for her song"Kannodu Kanbethellam" song. I like her for the song "Annaiyin Athma", in which she refers to flowers and their nature.

3. Ramanichandran - Writer:



Ramani Chandran is a tamil novelist, whose books are the best selling one among girls. What I adore about her writing is, all her stories would have happy ending. I can't say her writing is the best but I love her writings. She has written more than 120 novels so far and I'v many of them with me.

4. Sudha Murthy - Social Worker:


Sudha Murthy is a great social worker. She is doing good services through the infosys foundation. Apart from this, she is a writer. 


5. Padmini - Actress :


Padmini, a beautiful woman, great actress and wonderful dancer. The one of her best movies is "Thillana Mohanambal", in which she proved her dancing talent too. 


6.Mallika Badrinath - An expert in cooking:


As my blog focuses on cookery, I thought I should definetly talk about a person who is expert in cookery. Mallika Badrinath is very famous in South India. She has written lot of cookery books. I've few books of her. You can get her books in Tamil, English, Telegu and Kannada. She is doing cookery shows in one of the Television Channels.

7. Jayanthi Natarajan - Politician:








She is the spokes person for congress party and veteran leader who played a pivotal role in securing reservation for women by preparing draft bill to be passed in Indian Parliment. 







8. Sania Mirza - Tennis Player :







She is such a wonderful player and I love her for her charming look too..



9. Bharathi Baskar - Tamil Speaker :





She is a popular Tamil orator. I love her for the pronunciation of each word and the way she delivers her speech.









10. Sudha Chandran - Dancer :






I like her for her courage to dance even after her leg was amputated. She overcame her disability with Jaipur leg. 





14 comments:

Priya (Yallapantula) Mitharwal said...

Nice info Nithu.

Cool Lassi(e) said...

Hey dear, that sounds like a awesome thing. Just came home from outside..will see this tomorrow and will def participate.

srividhya Ravikumar said...

nice concept nithu and will definetly post my loveable ten women..

kitchen queen said...

nice informative post about the 10 women.thanks for sharing.

BeenaShylesh said...

this is a nice idea.....

Ms.Chitchat said...

Mmmmmmmm, interesting chain link.Have to think and would defintely contribute. Your selection of women is beautiful,even I admire all of them.

Mrs.Menagasathia said...

well done nithu, i like all of them!!

Pavithra Srihari said...

very interesting post ..

Your top 10 women are inspiring and made their stand in their own way.I like them too

Jagruti said...

Hey Nithu
very very interesting post..wow like your choice of 10 women..always inspired by Sudha Chandran, since I saw her first movie with sekhar Suman, and I found about her leg..my daddy has got same thing..thanks for passing it to me..willparticipate!

Priya said...

Woww few of these women are my rolemodels...love them..

Kalai said...

Nithu,
this is an amazing post, featuring the lovely ladies. I love reading Ramanichandran novels, its my mom and my friend who got me introduced to her novels, am having almost 50 of her novels, I never new she wrote 120...and Sudha Chandran, after knowing about her leg, I always love to watch her movies and performances.

nivedita said...

Hi Nithu,
Very interesting! I will definitely pass it to others with my contribution, but give me some time.

J said...

very interesting!

Uma said...

inspiring post for all women!