DP Daily Prompt: The Stat Connection post by Ranu

I have checked the stats page.I have noticed  there are three posts  listed frequently.One is a poem by Tagore,second is a recipe,and the third is a book review.

Tagore’s poem,’The rain is falling drip,drop,the river is overflowing,it is a very popular poem. During the monsoon season in Bengal,when everyone, especially the children are stuck in the house.This is one poem which is also a song is recited and sung by all.This helps them to come alive and happy. The weather doesn’t bother anyone.They are together, which doesn’t happen,when everyone is busy with their work. The poem brings back nostalgic memories of years gone by.

Keema Paratha is a recipe,there are a few steps to follow, if one is interested to make them. The pictures help,it gives an idea  what the finished product looks like.It is popular because they want to make them. The ingredients alone tells it is a tasty treat.

And The Mountains Echoed  a novel written by Khaled Hosseini.He is a great story writer. It is mostly about the people of Afghanistan. Their customs,what the wars are doing to the ordinary citizens’ daily life. Afghanistan happens to be in the news quite often.This would be one of the reasons people might like to read the book.The review helps to know what the story is about.

5 thoughts on “DP Daily Prompt: The Stat Connection post by Ranu

  1. Dear Ranu,

    Thank you for this. There is always such a wide variety of posts. Something for everyone!

    All good wishes,

    robert

  2. Pingback: Daily Prompt: The Stat Connection – How to make friends and influence people | SERENDIPITY

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