The Best Indian Mom Blogs of 2016

Hello, Mums of the world.

When you have long days and the nights prove longer, that’s the life of a mummy hard at work. Are you in the lurch with mummy issues and seek an out? Well, here are 10 internet havens for you to seek refuge in:


Nothing is off limits ladies, seek and you shall find. From getting pregnant to having your little ones to letting them go. Chetana’s ingenious blog is a whole lot of enlightenment in a few little clicks.

One word ladies, calculator; There are tons of calculators, from an ovulation calculator to a baby horoscope one! Make sure you don’t miss out. The wide array of topics to scroll away at will bring joy to your heart. You can read for hours on end and feel one with this blog, it claims to be your best friend and it will deliver.


Your one stop destination for all things mommy! Go crazy with questions at their ‘Ask an Expert’ section and indulge in their dynamic articles on the daily. Sangeetha Menon has done a phenomenal job of making pregnancy seem like a walk in the park.

The Home Remedies section is a winner and should not be scrolled past; it is a one stop solution to everyday problems little babies are faced with. What are you waiting for? The answers await.


This vibrant website will be the wind beneath your wings, mummy. All sorts of ideas to bounce off your head and tons for you to share. Make way for little things for your tiny tots. Shopping for them has never felt so fulfilling.

The ‘EAT’ tab will steal your heart, the meal plans listed out here are more than adequate.Lose yourself in the sheer perfection of this website by Mansi Zaveri. You will never look back!


Your search for fun things to do with your kid, has come to an end. Let ArtsyCraftsyMom dance into your life and flood your life with color and crafts. From origami to DIY’s to just hours of fun with your kid.

The Mythology E-books under Exotic India are a thing of beauty and a must read for every tiny tot. Bond with your kid and be completely productive while at it with Shruti Bhat’s website of wonders.

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Originally posted on the Tinystep Blog.