Now blogging is became a full time job for all the bloggers, but you need to known the indian first blogger .
Amit Agarwal holds an Engineering degree in Computer Science from I.I.T. and has previously worked at ADP Inc. for clients like Goldman Sachs and Merrill Lynch. In 2004,Amit quit his job to become India’s first and only Professional Blogger.
Amit authors the hugely popular and award-winning Digital Inspiration blog where he write's how to guides around computer software, consumer gadgets, and web apps. He has also written columns on personal technology for major publications including The Wall Street Journal India, The Financial Express, Outlook Magazine, CNN IBN, CNBC TV18 and The Hindustan Times.
Amit has appeared on various TV channels and radio shows including CNN IBN, BBC Radio, CNBC, NDTV, and more. HT mentions Amit as the founder of the Indian blogging revolution, The Economic Times calls.
Amit is the author of The Most Useful Websites, an ebook that discusses the lesser-known but incredibly useful sites on the web.
him as an out-of-the-box thinker while the prestigious Straits Times of Singapore included Amit in their list of Asia’s Blog Stars alongside Chinese actress Xu Jinglei (see press mentions).
Amit is a regular speaker at technology and blogging conferences. Microsoft awarded him the Most Valuable Professional award for five years in a row (2007-2011).
In 2010, Amit launched India Blog School, a non-profit initiative that aims to spread blogging culture in India. He is the curator of India Blogs, a directory of Indian bloggers.
Some of his other tech projects include Sleeping Time, Hundred Zeros, Podcast Gallery, Tall Tweets,RSS Search, HTML Mail, Online Dictation and the AdSense Sandbox.