Lifestyle influencers

Top 10 Lifestyle Influencers in India

We are living in a world where the power of content lies within the hands of those individuals who can be creative while being confined in the four walls of their house. Luckily, India has a booming market with lifestyle influencers rising from every nook and corner of the country.

Today, we will look at the top 10 lifestyle influencers in India who have changed the outlook of this sector.

  • Komal Pandey

If swaying away all odds and standing out tall had a name, it would be Komal Pandey. With 1.4 million followers on her Instagram, there isn’t a niche that her feed does not cover. While people constantly hate on this influencer for the most absurd reasons, she is the kind of person that fuels on the hatred.

  • Siddharth Batra

Siddharth Batra is the man that breaks stereotypes with every post of his. He is a man who worked his way up from being a style editor to the top ten lifestyle influencers in India. Siddharth’s journey from a chubby schoolboy to an influencer who works on fashion and a healthy body is marvelous.

  • Roshni Bhatia

Roshni Bhatia has effortlessly managed to make her space into the influencer world while being an ideal mother. In three years, Roshni has created a family of over 552K people on Instagram. She is the perfect example and idol for mothers who wish to get the best of both worlds. Roshni states that the key to handling both aspects of life well stems from the fact that you are your own boss in the world of Instagram.  

  • Masoom Minawala

Masoom is the lifestyle influencer who is making India proud at every stage in her life. Every aspect of Masoom’s social media screams Indian. While sitting thousands of miles away from India, Masoom supports every Indian label that comes her way. Masoom’s nature of wanting to work in a field that seemed to be going nowhere years ago has inspired a million others to follow their dreams.  

  • Ishita Mangal

If there is anything you need to learn about fashion and clothes, Ishita’s Instagram handle is where you must head. Ishita has a professional degree in design but is skilled to undertake all tasks of fashion and graphic design, brand development, and digital marketing. Individuals can literally learn about everything from how often they should wash their clothes to the different types of shoes on Ishita’s Instagram.

  • Sakshi Sindwani

While most influencers just talk about being self-confident, Sakshi Sindwani proves it with every move on the gram. Her bubbly nature and love for her own body make others fall in love with her too. Sakshi’s original content of her being just her, and real is what her family of 425K and us, love seeing!

  • Juhi Godambe

It is a little tough to believe that an introverted child during school is now an Indian lifestyle blogger whose actions the world awaits to watch. Juhi doesn’t only collaborate with high-end fashion brands but also curates her own fashion through her brand Arabella. Her life and fashion choices are a dream for many.

  • Aashna Shroff

Aashna’s gram is like a breath of fresh air. Whether we talk about real women-empowering content or just two cute dogs playing around, Aashna covers it all for us. Having almost 9 lakh eyes watching all your moves can get tough. But we just hope every influencer can pull off this responsibility the way she does.

  • Santoshi Shetty

Fitness, fashion, and fun is what we think Santoshi’s Instagram screams. Santoshi took her graduation thesis topic of “A Fashion Technology Park” quite seriously in her life too. Her blog “The Styledge” got her into the limelight and there has been no looking back ever since.

  • Kritika Khurana

Remember the days when OOTD was “the thing”? Kritika is in the influencer business since then. In 2014, she began her blog called “ThatBohoGirl” and started her online clothing store from where her journey began. Her real talk about depression, anxiety, along with fun content regarding fashion and hacks have paved the path for her. 

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