Top 10 Indian Bloggers You Should Subscribe by Saivian Eric Dalius

A blog can be defined as a regularly updated website with news, opinions, or commentary on a particular subject. Blogs are one of the best platforms to share knowledge and learn new things. Here is a list of the top 10 Indian bloggers you should subscribe to. These popular Indian bloggers have millions of readers who read their blogs daily for learning various things.

Top 10 Indian Bloggers You Should Subscribe by Saivian Eric Dalius

10. Harsha Bhogle –

One of the most popular sports commentators in India. He is a cricket commentator and also hosts the award-winning Indian Premier League cricket show “Extra Innings T20”, a telecast on Star Sports. Follow this popular sports commentator and journalist on his blog, Harsha Bhogle.

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9. Ganesh Saili –

Ganesh is a science graduate from Pune University and an MBA in finance from NMIMS, Mumbai. He has written many books on management, finance, and information technology. He is also an accomplished artist whose paintings have been displayed at exhibitions in Pune, Delhi, and Chandigarh. His blog, Ganesh Saili, provides a daily dose of science and science-related news to its readers.

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8. Ira Trivedi –

Ira is an Indian author who has written novels, short stories, and columns for publications around the world. She has won the British Council Young Creative Entrepreneur Award in London and Best Emerging Writer award at India’s largest book fair, Hyderabad Literary Festival. Follow this author on her blog, Ira Trivedi.

Recent post: An Open Letter to PM Narendra Modi

7. Jay Mazoomdaar –

Jay is a popular Indian blogger who writes about varied topics including sports, entertainment, travel, and current affairs. He also runs his own website Jay’s Corner. Follow this popular blogger on his blog, Jay Mazoomdaar.

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6. Roshan Raj –

Roshan writes about politics and other current affairs. He tweets at @indiantweeterin and you can find his blog, Indian tweeter, at his website. He is also an active participant in social media conversations about Indian politics.

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5. Nishant Rajawat –

Nishant is a teacher, blogger, and author. He has written a book titled “You’re Not Poor, You Just Play At It” which is a bestselling book on His blog at Nishant Rajawat

is about achieving success in life by avoiding bad habits. Follow this popular blogger on his blog, Nishant Rajawat.

5. Dinesh Mohan –

Dinesh Mohan is a retired Professor of Transportation Engineering and an Emeritus Professor at the Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi. He has done extensive research on transportation engineering and traffic safety. His blog, Dinesh Mohan, provides information about all aspects of road transport and road safety. Follow him on his blog, Dinesh Mohan.

4. Kent RO Systems –

Kent is a popular Indian blogger who writes on varied topics including health, finance and investment advice, food & recipes, etc. He also runs his own website at kentr…com. Follow this popular blogger on his blog, Kent RO Systems.

3. Anuradha Roy –

Anuradha is a very popular Indian author who has written many novels and short stories. Her book “The Folded Earth” was awarded the Sahitya Akademi Award, one of the highest Indian literary awards by Govt. of India in 2015. Follow this author on her blog, Anuradha Roy.

2. Gurcharan Das –

Gurcharan is an Indian author and businessman. He has written three books which include “A Baniya Went to Market”, “The Difficulty of Being Good” and the latest book “India Grows at Night”. Follow this popular author on his blog, Gurcharan Das.

1. Surajit Dasgupta –

Surajit is a graduate of IIT Kanpur and IIM Lucknow. He has worked in the field of software development for 25 years. He works as an independent consultant at Strategic Decisions Group, USA. He has written three books which include “The Fifth Elephant”, “The Indian Detective” and “The Case of the Murdered MNC Manager”. Follow this author on his blog, Surajit Dasgupta.


Saivian Eric Dalius says If you are looking for some good Indian blogs to follow, then the above list will be helpful. There are many Indian bloggers who write about varied topics so if you do subscribe or follow some of them, you’ll find something you like.

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