Blogging in India started to gain popularity in the early 2000s, around the same time it was gaining momentum globally. While it is difficult to pinpoint the exact person who started blogging in India, there were a few early adopters who helped to establish the blogging community in the country.
One of the earliest and most well-known Indian bloggers is Amit Agarwal, who started his blog “Digital Inspiration” in 2004. His blog covers topics related to technology, social media, and productivity and has become one of the most popular tech blogs in India.
Another notable Indian blogger is Kiruba Shankar, who started his blog in 2002. He is a digital entrepreneur, author, and speaker, and his blog covers a range of topics, including entrepreneurship, social media, and personal development.
Other prominent Indian bloggers include Rashmi Bansal, founder of Youth Curry, a blog about entrepreneurship and youth culture, and Arnab Ray, author of the popular blog “Greatbong,” which covers topics ranging from politics to popular culture.
Today, there are millions of active bloggers in India covering a wide range of topics, from politics and social issues to entertainment, travel, and food. Blogging has become an important tool for self-expression, community building, and digital marketing in India and around the world.