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Photo blogging can introduce you to all that is beautiful with our world. Check out these Indian women photo bloggers who have made their mark.
One of the most expressive platforms to talk about your passions is blogging. While several Indians have been able to make a career out of blogging, like Malini Agarwal (a.k.a Miss Malini), photo bloggers have only very recently, been gaining recognition and appreciation for the work that they do.
Be it in fashion, food, or even home décor, photo bloggers use the platform in a way that pleases the eye, and gives us a bit of information. Several Indian women photo bloggers, such as the ones listed below, have left their own mark on the blogging world, and have been pursuing their passions in a wonderful way.
Here are 11 popular Indian women photo bloggers who create content that is simply amazing:
A luxury and lifestyle photographer, Naina has been interested in the field of writing and photography since she was in school. Fascinated by her dad’s camera, she started pursuing professional photography in 2009.
Today, her blog has over 50,000 followers. She has even photographed Ranveer Singh for an ad campaign. Based in Delhi, she even attended the recently held Cosmopolitan India Blogger Awards 2018. That’s not all. She has organized a photoshoot of Soha Ali Khan and Sharmila Tagore, and has taken snaps of some fabulous designs, including those of Tarun Tahiliani.
Naina Redhu blogs at Naina.co. You can also find her on Twitter at @Naina
She blogs about life. She blogs about food, travel, adventure, lifestyle, and has lived in 8 cities since childhood. Her blog has a plethora of photos, which inspires all travellers to pack their bags and go! She recently announced a travel contest, by which you can travel to either Japan, India, Mexico or Peru and Bolivia, along with Tour Radar and Bamba Experience. For more drool-worthy photographs, check out her blog at the link below.
Anita Bora blogs at Just A Little Something. You can also find her on Twitter at @anitabora
A name that has become synonymous with candid wedding photography, Manvi Gandotra is not only a photographer, but an entrepreneur as well. Along with her friend Ravi, she started 1plus1 studio, which specializes in taking snaps of weddings. She has photographed weddings in Colombo, Bangalore, Germany, and even Bangkok! One of the most recent blogs to be featured on this post, she started blogging only 4 years back. There’s been no stopping her. Her pictures are a testimony to that.
Manvi Gandotra blogs at 1Plus1 Studio. You can also find her on Twitter at @ManviGandotra
Born and brought up in Uttar Pradesh, Deepti Asthana’s blog is not your regular travel blog. The difference: She photographs all classes of people, no matter what their age, religion or caste is. You can find a woman sitting on a luxury train as well as a senior citizen from Rajasthan on her blog. No surprise, then, that she has over 15,000 followers on her Instagram page. She has written for the BBC, Al Jazeera and The Hindu, as well.
Deepti Asthana blogs at DA Travelography. You can also find her on Twitter at @deeptiasthana
A mother of a small boy, Kankana has been running a food blog, with recipes like Mughlai Paratha, Cilantro Bread, Ciabatta on her blog. She shares her passion for food and photography on the blog, and boy, does it make you hungry! Often trying new flavours and new recipes, Kankana started blogging in 2011, and has been at it for 7 long years! For those times when you are just too lazy to cook, check out her blog at the link below. It won’t be long before you start cooking.
Kankana Saxena blogs at Playful Cooking. You can also find her on Twitter at @playfulcooking
The name of Arshia’s blog is LoveBeingChic. Like the name of the blog, Arshia loves anything related to fashion, beauty and fitness. Also a full-time YouTuber, her blog is filled with make-up tutorials, trendy tops, and fabulous shoes. Regularly updating her blog with updates from fashion weeks, Arshia’s blog has a fan following of 5,000.
Arshia Moorjani blogs at Love Being Chic. You can also find her on Twitter at @arshiamoorjani
A blog that inspires you to think about life, which is ever-changing, Sanjukta writes about hard-hitting issues, like feminism, secularism, and poverty. A photographer, writer and a storyteller, Sanjukta also started her own company, Sanjukta Media, and has been a 2009 fellow at TED India. She also occasionally writes poems on her blog, all of which are absolute must-reads.
Sanjukta Basu writes about feminism & travel, and her photoblog is at sanjuktaphotography. You can also find her on Twitter at @sanjukta
A home décor blog, Very Rustic (Sneha’s blog) speaks of houses with an old-school charm. Featuring houses in Udaipur to houses in Karnataka, Sneha’s blog will definitely inspire you to renovate your own house, personally. With some amazing photographs and captions, Very Rustic speaks to the child inside of you in a way that is special to it. The visuals and homes are simply out of this world. For those special people looking to see a variety of homes, just look at her blog and your house will come alive.
Sneha Koudki blogs at Very Rustic. You can also find her on Twitter at @VeryRusticDecor
Deepa started blogging in 2009, and there has been no looking back for her, ever since. Her blog, Hues N Shades, is an art project that focuses on DIYs, and some utterly beautiful paintings. For her amazing work, Deepa has been featured in several magazines, and has received several awards honouring her for her contribution to the field of art. For those of you who want to start painting, look no further than Hues N Shades.
Deepa Gopal Sunil blogs at Hues n Shades. You can also find her on Twitter at @HuesnShades
A blog that will make you wish you had a baby of your own, Neelam Vyas’ blog majorly includes maternity and baby photos. Though she has been blogging for only some time now, her photos are aesthetically shot and look amazing. Be it 15 days old Mysa, or an expectant mother, her blog is worth a read.
Neelam Vyas blogs at Neelam Vyas Photography. You can also find her on Facebook here.
A blog exclusively for Indian décor, Archana’s Rang Décor has designs that are inspired from India’s own heritage. Some beautiful flowers in a girl’s hair, a trendy red bag and a green dress is all that it takes to make a bad day into a good one, and that’s what her blog aims to do. Archana has been to Istanbul, Goa, and the far-flung Andamans in search of Indian designs, and she came back with some extravagant and pretty designs.
Archana Srinivas blogs at Rang Décor. You can also find her on Twitter at @Rang_Decor
With such beautiful, good, amazing work being put forth by women, it’s no wonder that women are slowly, but surely, changing the landscape of the online world as well. Take a look at these blogs for some hope to finally make that worldwide trip, or to start cooking some tasty pasta. After all, we are worth it.
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