India’s niche bloggers that you must not miss in 2017

Posted by Karan Sharma
August 12, 2017

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The second decade of twenty-first century belongs to bloggers. Be it technology, fashion, lifestyle, sports, spirituality, education and everything apart form this. In India, there are over 462 Million internet users and 200 Million are active social media users. To catch the attention of these eyeballs there is continuous generation of content across all media viz. Articles, audio clips, video clips, photographs, animations etc. Here we try to list some of the blogs that will stand out in 2017.



A beauty with brains, Delhi-based Anshita is the editor and founder of the blog ‘Vanity No Apologies’. She is one of those people who is well known for her comprehensive reviews on Lipsticks and Nail products. Anshita has also bagged many awards in the Beauty & Makeup Category.



Education is the basic requirement for every nation; no nation can survive without it. Education is the main stone which builds the nation and helps it prosper in future. Hence education is the most powerful tool to bring about any desired change in our lives.  Propel Steps blog is a unique socio-entrepreneurial enterprise that gives us a link between education and life. It gives a merger of traditional Indian values and modern education, for a better and a substantial life.  This blog aims at bringing positivism to the society altogether.



Aapt Dubey, an MBA, started Techrevel in 2016 with the aim to provide good quality technology news. His blog is simple and focuses on  providing latest news related to new gadgets and technologies.Their product review section is very well curated and keenly followed in India. Techrevel produces fresh content everyday with new product launches, gadget reviews, industry news, market predictions. Mr. Dubey foresees a great windfall of traffic to Techrevel towards the end of 2017 thanks to apple iPhone launch.


Self-help and religion

Chaitanya Charan Das attempts to bridge the deep chasm between the two mountains of human achievement – science and spirituality in his blog the Spiritual Scientist. His articles comprise of philosophy, religion, science, and self-help. In addition, the blog also has audio clips and e-commerce platform for books.


Annual List

The annual list of blogs to watch out for is always expanding and it basically comes down to the taste of the reader. Check this space regularly for an updated list of platforms to follow.As per industry estimates, 42% of B2B marketers report that they’re effective in their content marketing efforts. It is this content that is the king. Blogs are the frontiers of content in present times.

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