50,000 Views for Uddari Weblog in 2010

With 50,000 views in the past calendar year, at just over 4,000 a month, Uddari Weblog is perhaps the most visited blog on Blogosphere on Punjab/Panjab, Punjabis and Punjabi literature.

The busiest day of the year for Uddari was August 25th with 327 views.
The most popular post that day was ‘Autobiography of the Great Dada Amir Haider Khan (1904-1986)‘ May 2008, says ‘Your 2010 year in blogging’ by WordPress.com (offering Uddari Weblog a ‘Wow’ on it’s Blog Health-O-Meter).

Here is more from it:

Uddari Attractions in 2010
Most viewed posts and pages
1

Dada Amir Haider Khan 1904-1986

Visit the post:
Autobiography of the Great Dada Amir Haider Khan (1904-1986)
(22 comments/pingbacks)
2
April 2008 – April 2009 Cultural Events page
(14 comments/pingbacks)
3
Cultural Events
(5 comments/pingbacks)
4
Photo Album
(29 comments/pingbacks)
5
Punjabi MaaNboli Writers
(32 comments/pingbacks)

 

Uddari Top referring sites in 2010
en.wordpress.com, facebook.com, search.conduit.com, afzalsaahir.blogspot.com, and punjabibooksonline.com

Some Uddari visitors came searching for
amrita pritam, bhagat singh, punjabi poems, father of dada, and afzal sahir

And now, other Uddari blogs:

Uddari Art Exhibition
(Happy to have earned ‘You’re on fire!’ on the Blog Health-O-Meter of WordPress.com)

Uddari Art was viewed about 7,800 times in 2010.

The busiest day of the year for Uddari Art was June 13th with 222 views.
The most popular item that day was Punjab Landscape Page.

Uddari Art Attractions in 2010
1
Punjab Landscape
(28 comments/pingbacks)
2
People Punjab: Portraits and Groups
(27 comments/pingbacks)
3
Lord Krishna with Cow by Manjit Bawa, September 2008
4
Partition: The Punjab 1947
(5 comments/pingbacks)
5
Roopa Bheda, Nov 2009
(1 comment/pingback)

Uddari Art Top referring sites in 2010
were en.wordpress.com, sadapunjab.com, uddari.wordpress.com, facebook.com, and shots.snap.com.

Some Uddari Art visitors came searching for
risham syed, manjit bawa, indian modern art, indian trees, and punjab landscape.

And…

Love Life: the Story
was viewed about 8,800 times in 2010.

The busiest day of the year for Love Life was April 29th with 90 views.
The most popular post that day was ‘Gendercide in Pakistan: Women are a colonized population!’.

Love Life Attractions in 2010
1
Gendercide in Pakistan: Women are a colonized population! October 2008
(33 comments/pingbacks)
2
PhotosPage
(4 comments/pingbacks)
3
PAKISTAN: Police gang rape a teenage boy in custody and distribute footage on the Internet March 2009
4
Shaheed Bibi Iram Shahzadi: Rawalpindi November 2008
5
PAKISTAN: The killing of two Christian brothers July 2010

Love Life Top referring sites in 2010
en.wordpress.com, reddit.com, uddari.wordpress.com, search.conduit.com, and facebook.com.

Some Love Life visitors came searching for
dr aafia siddiqui, aafia siddiqui, iram shahzadi, dr aafia siddiqui pictures, and dr. aafia siddiqui.

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Punjabi Artists and Photographers at Uddari Art

Uddari Art Exhibition, the blog, began August 23rd with Shahid Mirza’s ‘kala Mainda Bhes’; and, in just over three months we already have the pleasure of viewing the work of over fifteen professional painters and photographers of Punjabi origin.

From Lahore, Chandigarh, New Delhi, London and Wales, our artists offer us unique styles, diverse forms and individual perspectives. The Creators deliver us our Punjab in images of color, and black and white; in paint and photography. Real and the unreal; pleasures and pain.
Painters
1. Kanwal Dhaliwal
2. Ayesha Farooq
3. Satish Gujral
4. Navpreet Kaur
5. Pran Nath Mago
6. Shahid Mirza
7. Sidharth
8. SL Parasher
9. Iqbal Rasheed
10. Prem Singh
Photographers
1. Amarjit Chandan
2. Marek Jakubowski
3. Diwan Manna
4. Subhash Parihar
5. Gurvinder Singh
6. Prem Singh

View works displayed in the following themes:
Exhibition
- Modern Art by Punjabis
- City Spirit: Shahr Aatma
- Partition: The Punjab 1947
- Punjab Landscape
- People Punjab: Portraits and Groups
- Windows, Doors and Dwellings