How great are moms?

From managing the house to managing work, families, friends, and their own lives, we can only awe at how they juggle it all. Just how everything Midas touched became gold, everything moms touch becomes awesome! They give their everything to a job and own it all.

Speaking of owning it all, these 9 mothers are owning the internet with their online ventures proving once again that the internet has space for everybody. Have a look and don’t forget to show your mom too… maybe she will take inspiration and pursue her passions online as well!

These Digi-Moms Are Owning The Internet

1: Nisha Madhulika

Indian Mom youtuber

Six years ago, Nisha Madhulika started her YouTube channel and began posting video recipes of Indian foods. Today, she is a YouTube personality with more than 4 million subscribers, a restaurant consultant, and a columnist on several news websites.

She has created 2 versions of her site – for English and Hindi speakers and is one of the top food chefs online that people look up to. With almost 1.2K recipes on her channel under 121 playlists, all her recipes are easy to cook and good to eat, which is why people love them!

One more great Indian mom youtuber is Indian Mom On Duty who makes videos about makeup and beauty, parenting tips, and family vlogs!

2: Sairee Chahal – Sheroes

 

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Sairee Chahal has taken the women empowerment movement to the masses. From ‘he’roes to ‘she’roes the name alone suggests how revolutionary her idea is. Sheroes is a women’s community platform that nurtures safe online communities by offering support, resources, opportunities, and interactions between women.

With communities created for every type of subject, women on the platform help each other and raise one another up higher and higher. Sheroes also conducts many events for the upliftment of women.

Sairee Chahal and her team aim to put 100 million women on the growth roadmap by 2022. In 2018, Sheroes was awarded by the IAMAI Digital Awards in the “Social & Economic Empowerment” category.

3: Kejal Tekchandani – Being Momm

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Every new mom seeks advice from other moms and that is why there are hundreds of mom bloggers who love to pen their experiences down for other moms and to-be moms to read and appreciate.

While Mom Junction and Kids Stop Press are two well-known blogs, another great one is Kejal Tekchandani’s Being Momma where she simplifies the world’s toughest job – parenting. Written specifically for new moms, her blog caters to the most mystifying period of parenting from pregnancy to toddlerhood. She also sells custom outfits for babies!

4: Suchi Mukherjee – Limeroad

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Every girl in India who shops online has heard of Limeroad. One of the leading e-commerce fashion websites in India, Limeroad, was founded by Suchi Mukherjee, a mom winning on the internet. From fashion to decor and lifestyle, Limeroad makes the cake and eats it too!

The Limeroad app has more than 10 million downloads on the Google Play Store itself. Visionary lady Suchi Mukherjee was selected as 1 of 15 people worldwide for ‘Rising Talents, High Potential Leaders Under 40’

5: Monica Gupta – Craftsvilla

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Another well-known name in the e-commerce space is Craftsvilla – a marketplace to discover Indian products that are Handmade, Vintage, Ethnic, Organic and Natural. Selling apparel, accessories, home decor, and food, the platform is revered for its collection.

Founded by Monica Gupta, a great mom and digi-mom, her pursuits on the internet are admirable and inspirational to many women in India.

6: Falguni Nayar – Nykaa

Founder Nykaa

Founded merely 3 years ago, Falguni Nayar’s Nykaa is the largest beauty destination in India today. Nykaa has more than 150,000 happy shoppers and has serviced more than 721,000 pin codes in India.

From makeup and beauty brands, to fashion and lifestyle advice, tips, videos, and updates, Nykaa has a colossal and committed fan following. They sell more than 100,000 products and now also have their own flagship stores across the nation.

It’s clear that Falguni Nayar has a mammoth vision and is a great mompreneur.

7: Shubhra Chadda – Chumbak

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Shubhra Chadda’s Chumbak is one of the most sought-after lifestyle brands in India that seamlessly integrates quirk with youth. Adored by youngsters, the brand started by selling artistic fridge magnets that depicted the vibrant India.

Today, Chumbak’s style and essence in design is unmatchable and often leaves customers with a smile on their faces! We can only guess where the brilliant direction comes from!

8: Anisha Singh – Mydala

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Another amazing digi-mom is Anisha Singh, co-founder of Mydala. Mydala calls itself a ‘shopper’s’ best buddy’ providing coupons, offers, and deals on restaurants, spas, salons, groceries, gyms, entertainment, and much more.

Operating from 9 years, this company has served more than 38 million customers in 209 cities and has more than 14,000 offers and deals! She makes serving millions of people look super easy. Kudos to her!

9: Ashwini Asokan – Mad Street Den

Mad Street Den Founder

Ashwini Asokan co-founded Mad Street Den with her husband in 2013. A company that not many people have heard of, yet which will affect the lives of everyone because Mad Street Den is a computer vision and artificial intelligence company committed to building the AI architecture of the future. It is building models of generalizable intelligence on a scale that can be deployed through meaningful applications across industries, and to billions of people across the globe.

The company was listed among Bloomberg’s Top 50 startups to watch out for in 2017. It’s a no-brainer that this digi-mom is ingenious!

These mothers, and so many others, are doing amazing work online. They’ve broken down the walls of traditional roles and come out stronger, digitally super moms! Following passions and earning from them has never been simpler – thanks to the internet

We commend all moms – homemakers, working mothers, mom entrepreneurs and digi-moms for all their efforts inside and outside the house. This Mother’s Day, we’re trying to get more moms online with our #MomsBabySteps campaign and encourage them to pursue their passions or just enjoy the digital era! We urge all children reading this blog to go and teach their moms how to use Instagram, Google Maps, an e-wallet, and so on! (Psst! You can do this on any other day too.)

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