Wednesday, July 24, 2013

Featured in 'The Asian Age', New Delhi

22 July, 2013: 

Yes, My Yatra Diary... got featured again. Featured in 'The Asian Age' Newspaper, New Delhi. Incidentally, the call for the story came to me just one day after I published my article, Inked in Print: The Hindu and the Maharashtra Times and boy, if I wasn't thrilled to hear about it! The story was regarding IndiBlogger’s Indian Blogger Awards (IBA) 2013, where bloggers from all over India are competing to win the coveted title of being the best in their respective blogging categories.

Today, the article has already gone live and I am so excited to share it with all of you. So, here it goes:

The Asian Age, New Delhi: 22 July, 2013

Asian Age, New Delhi Feature of IBA Awards, 2013

Appreciation is the biggest reward bloggers can get for all the hard work they put in ~ Arti


Help "My Yatra Diary..." win!

And, while we are on the subject, there is one small favor I need to request of you. If you like ‘My Yatra Diary...’ and appreciate my work, please do take some time out and recommend it (via FaceBook) here: http://www.indiblogger.in/iba/entry.php?edition=1&entry=27508. By doing so, you will be pushing me one step closer to the coveted IBA best blogger title, for which I have nominated my blog in the Travel and spirituality categories. Thank you. :-)



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46 comments:

  1. Great, you are becoming a well deserved celebrity... keep it up.

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  2. Congratulations again, Arti :) Good luck with the contest :)

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  3. Just went to FB to post about it - yes Arti - YOU deserve to win and i'm so thrilled with your success! Happy midweek to you! xx

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  4. Wow, you are becoming more and more famous as a travel adviser and blogger! Congratulations!

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  5. Hi Arti, You're famous! Couldn't happen to a nicer blogger.

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  6. congrats
    now i am going to read article

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  7. Congratulations and wishing you many more awards:)

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  8. Glad that you enjoyed being part of this piece! :-)

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    1. Absolutely! Thank you so much for the opportunity, Swati. :-)

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  9. yeah i read that one!!!


    congrats babes!!

    http://www.myunfinishedlife.com

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  10. Arti, Many many Congratulations again.Keep it up.Wish you all the best.Regards

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  11. Congratulations Arti!

    www.rajniranjandas.blogspot.in

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  12. Fly The high Girl.......Go & Touch The Sky!!

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  13. WOW, isn't it amazing! And we get to see you :)

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  14. Congratulations Arti! So well deserved and to think I knew you before you became a celebrity! xo

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  15. Congratulations Arti! You certainly deserve this and lots more for the hard work you have put in here. My best wishes for the contest!

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  16. Way to go Arti! Again you certainly deserve this honor. Everyone who reads the article will be enriched!.

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  17. Yayyy again Congrat Arti,

    You know what...? as a young generation let shows world , yatra is not just old people side. We can do it in our fun ways...

    Keep writing and pilgriming...

    hug from indonesia

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  18. Hi! Congratulations. Thanks for sharing.

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  19. Oh, it's you in the paper! You look gorgeous and elegant in that hairdo!
    I remember your hair was being bound at the back when I saw you here.
    I'm glad your hard work is paying off. I'll keep my fingers crossed you will win the best prize.

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  20. Congratulation, Arti!
    I heard this good news from Tomoko-san today. You write always your article sincerely. You deserve the award.
    Congratulation again!

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  21. Hello, Arti! It’s so nice to see the lovely photo of you on “The Asian Age”. I clicked the link to read the details. I think an earnest, devoted blogger acts as a goodwill guide and more importantly as a goodwill diplomat. I’m sorry I don’t use Facebook as a principle, but I do hope you win and am rooting for you from here with all your Nara Friends. Good luck!

    Yoko

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    1. Thank you so much for your kind words, Yoko. All your good wishes and blessings mean as much to me, perhaps even more, as any likes or recommendations and I always carry them with me no matter where I go. Thank you so very much to all of you. :)

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  22. Congrats, Arti! Thoroughly deserved :)

    P.S. If that's you in the photo, wonder why people call you ArtiJI. You look so young and pretty...

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  23. Congratulations :) happy for you!

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  24. Thank you @EVERYONE for all your kind words and heartfelt blessings. It is humbling to receive all the love, affection and adulation. My heartfelt gratitude goes out to each and everyone of you, you are my inspiration to keep moving ahead in this yatra and I cherish each and every word that you have got to say, each time you stop by my little diary. Thank you for being my motivation, always. :)

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  25. Congrats Arti...!!! You definitely deserve this recognition...:)

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  26. Congrats Arti! I quite agree with your quote :) The article inspires blogging.

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  27. Wow, so you are becoming the famous celebrity from IndiBlogger! Great guns girl.. muje party chahiye :P so when we meet next time, I am looking for a party from you :D

    Congratulations girl! you did it again!! :)

    Btw, did someone notice that Asian Age called Renie a "her"? Classic lol...

    Renie Ravin, MD, IndiBlogger.in shares "her" sentimet and belives that blogging...

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    1. Hahaha, Delighted to see you here, Hemal! Thank you so much! :) And hey. I am just a regular blogger, very much a proud IndiBlogger... just like all of you and that is how I wish to always be. :)

      About the mistake, I had someone else point that out to me also. May be, 'her' here refers to 'Ganga (the blogger)' and is not meant to act as a possessive pronoun for Renie? That is just my take though, not sure about the context of its exact usage though. Ah, and now don't blame me if I am taking you back to those boring grammar lessons :P

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    2. haha... no no.. not back to the grammar lessons.. we grown ups like them to be called "hearing a different perspective" :P lol

      I seriously did not think that.. good catch... may be the 'her' is referred to the other blogger... but it was fun to be misunderstood for once :P

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    3. And han, irrespective of the fact that you dont consider yourself as a celebrity, party toh banta hai.. so lets do it next time we meet... ;)

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  28. Bingo and to add Indiblogger knows well to promote its 'star blogger'. Great going and without a doubt the IBA awards badge will be up soon on this blog :)

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  29. Another recognition! I think I missed out on a lot recently! Congratulations again yaar :) And all the best for the awards :)

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