The first Indiblogger meet outside India took place in Singapore (Indising) and I am proud to say that I took part in it. It was entirely different from the usual blog-meets where the ice breaking session would consume 50 % of the time. 11 participants took part in the Indising meet and it took no time for the 11 of us to break the formal shackles. We sat around a table and started yapping like college students catching up after ages.

It was good to come across bloggers with diverse interests and skills. Some of the highlights of the meet were

  1. There was not even a single know-it-all-crap-talker in this meet. Though a couple of the participants were really brainy, they gelled well with a group without thumping their class
  2. The food was excellent. We took two hours to finish the starters
  3. We even started pulling each other's legs at the end of the two hour meet.
  4. Everybody had their moment of happiness
  5. As it was a small group, we got to know more about each other
Now It is my duty to introduce to all my readers, the ten bloggers I met through this meet. If you carefully follow the story board below, you would surely be remembering all the names of the 10 bloggers.

Venue: Class Room - The Indian Blogger School

Characters

  1. Maria (The school teacher)
  2. Jamshed (The class leader)
  3. Honey ( The beauty of the class. 3 students in the class has a crush on her)
  4. Sushant ( The calm and good guy)
  5. Krunal ( The wise man in the class)
  6. Chriz ( The class comedian)
  7. Divya (The teacher's pet)
  8. Gandhi ( The Lover Boy who is always in a dream world)
  9. Krithika ( The silent girl of the class)
  10. Vijay (Everybody calls him a kiddo)
  11. Anirudh ( Girls go crazy when he smiles)
You can click each picture to get a better view.




The back bench students are known for their notorious under-the bench dealings in class


Chriz is a very innocent guy. But Miss Maria doesn't like him


Jamshed's first time in the last bench.



One for all. All for one

Jamshed is very generous and he likes sharing with everyone in the class


If you had followed the story so far, all the 11 characters would be in your finger tips. If not, read again.

-Chronicwriter