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The Orange Flower is back with double energy and even stronger voices! The Orange Flower is here! We are Indian women blog to hear powerful voices in sixteen different categories. Here is a list of some Indian feminist bloggers who write on issues pertaining to women, Indian women blog a difference to their lives.

How many do you know? In the world of instant social media users, women are increasingly coming forward to voice their opinion on feminism and other women issues.

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For many years, women used the blogging medium as an outlet to pursue their passion for writing or sharing their opinions. Unlike Indian women blog short characters rants on twitter, blogs are subscribed to through email and the comments are sometimes more thought provoking than the actual blog posts.

This blog has Indian women blog grown to be one of the top feminist blogs of India. Her posts resonate with a majority of women in India — she gets requests from women who prefer being anonymous but want to seek help from the blogging world. Real stories by real women are presented on her blog which has now turned into a discussion forum for women to come forward in helping each other. Visit her blog Indian women blog. Sanjukta Basu wears many feathers in her cap.

She is known as a travel writer, a wedding photographer, and a feminist blogger. On her travel blog, she jots down her travel experiences of being a Single Woman Budget Traveller. She has recently started Sanjukta Media, a social media communication consultancy firm. Sanjukta is very active on social media platforms, and has been awarded a TED fellowship for her blogging and social media activities.

A popular TED Speaker, she also handles Femcyclopediaa curation of doodled portraits of women showcasing their success stories. Sangitha started this blog as she loved writing.

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Indian women blog from describing her life in Bangalore and jotting down the learnings while parenting, her blog has touched various sensitive issues like prostitution and adoption.

Over the years, her opinions gave way to thought provoking discussions like the one on legalizing prostitution and giving those women their rights and due. A long time personal blogger who stumbled onto the blog world by chance, Shail Mohan is known for her poetry and fiction snippets.

She explores her interest in photography through her photo blog and specializes in bird photography. She also notes down the adventures of her dog Luci, by having a separate blog for her.

Though she has varied interests, she also pens down her strong feminist voice in her blog, in her own humorous style. Indian women blog journalist by profession, Amrita Mukherjee turned to blogging after the arrival of her son in Juggling between the roles of motherhood and freelance writer she is the author of a fiction book, Exit Interview.

Her latest Indian women blog, Museum of Memories is a collection of short stories which hit the stores last week. Amrita hopes to make a difference through her blog Indian women blog the way this world perceives Indian women blog.

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Unmana has also authored a book, The Voices in my Head. Along with sharing her thoughts on books, movies, marketing and career development, she writes on feminism too. Inshe blogged for days on spreading positive feminism and writing a series, Feminist Joys. Her blog name is Ugich Konitari which means someone just like that where she shares her childhood memories and her opinions on the happening events around her.

Through her satirical humor, she points to the issues faced by women in general. She owns multiple blogs to cater to her diverse interests like poetry and medical science. Rachna Parmar, a mother of two boys is known mostly as a parenting blogger who also shares her cooking skills through her cookery blog. Being a content writer, she has managed to write on varied topics on her blog, which includes social Indian women blog on women too.

Rachna provides a perspective of stay-at-home women scrutinized for their choices and being independent through freelance writing, while managing the family relationships, and raising young boys to treat women fairly. Richa Singh, earlier Indian women blog as subzeroricha in the Twitter world actively tweets away her thoughts and opinions on varied topics. A freelance writer and a new author in the making, Nabanita collects her random thoughts in her blog.

A Indian women blog to a toddler, her experiences of motherhood reflect in her MommyTalks. But Nabanita also blogs strongly about Indian women blog parity. She has Indian women blog a series of posts under FeministMondays previously under the hashtag IAmAFeminist to make women realize their worth.

The past few years have seen many new bloggers taking root in the Indian blogosphere, owing to the Indian women blog support groups like IndiBlogger and the recurring blogathons which happen quite frequently. These group events like AtoZChallenges bring various bloggers together which helps in expanding their Indian women blog audience to a wider reach.

Connecting on social media websites like Facebook and Twitter provides an easy way for the readers to get updated with the new blog posts. These Indian feminist bloggers are an example Indian women blog how digital media is influential in bringing about a mindset change among Indians towards respecting Indian women blog. Women's Web is an open platform that publishes a diversity of views.

Individual posts do not necessarily represent the platform's views and opinions at all times. A Indian women blog professional by education, and a stay-at-home mom by choice.

Thank you for the mention. Happy to count three of the other bloggers as friends who are a large part of my growth. And thanks for pointing out other bloggers I would love to get to know better.

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Loved going through this n loads of thanks Womensweb for sharing. Its indeed very inspiring! Are You A Feminist? You would Learn More. Sangitha - May 7, at Suranga Date - May 7, at Archana K B - May 8, at 9: Thank you for that correction, Suranga. The information has been updated now. Kirthi Jayakumar - May 10, at Your encouragement means the world to me! Sanjukta - September 6, at Ja Mellar - September 15, at Akhilesh Kumar - February 23, at 3: Longer comment policy in our footer!

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