Tim Hortons Seem To be A Success So Far In India

After a delay of about two years, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Canada’s iconic coffee chain Tim Hortons finally made its entry into the Indian market this summer. Everyone is going gaga over the unique menu served by the Canadian coffee brand in its Indian outlets. After the initial launch in DLF Mall, Gurgaon and one in Saket, they have opened the 3rd Delhi area location in Green Park Delhi. All 3 outlets have crowded queues for most of the day. Why only Delhi?

So Tim Horton’s India plans have been to hit the area that they knew would get them the most buzz, First Delhi, then Punjab as they were basically eyeing the Punjabi speaking belt. Tim Hortons is a Canadian brand and there is much awareness about it among Punjabis, as Canada has a huge Punjabi population and has the most number of Sikhs as well after India & the UK. Following that they are looking at the West – in and around Mumbai and Gujarat. The plan to open 120 stores in 3 years and 250-300 in the next five years.

Tim Hortons is famous for its iconic coffee, fresh food, baked goods, and donuts but their India menu is a mix of the familiar with a lot of fusion stuff that you won’t find in Canadian outlets. The food seems to be a hit and the donuts & Timbits in particular among the reviews I have seen have been highlights. As for the coffee, I don’t think the hot coffee has that many converts but the Iced coffees and Iced Capp variations seem to be a bit hit. I can;t wait for for them to finally reach Kochi.

3 Most Haunted Places In The State Of Kerala

1. Lakkidi Gateway, Wayanad

Wayanad district in Kerala witnesses flocks of trekkers who turn up in large numbers to explore the peaks and enjoy the soothing weather during peak tourist season. Lakkidi Gateway is a route through which you can pass the Tamarasseri pass which gives you the entry to the hilly district of Kerala, Wayanad. The place is known for its thick forests and cold temperatures. Lakkidi gateway remains the shortest route to cross Tamarasseri pass but it is unknown to many travelers. The people who know the route prefer not to use it because of the different haunting stories related to this place. A few of the locals know the route and the frightening stories associated with the place.

2. Bonacaud Bungalow, Trivandrum

In the capital city of Kerala lies the dilapidated and forgottenBonacaud bungalow. The cottage has a very old construction and is supposed to have been built during the colonial era. Spread over the mystic hills, waterfalls and streams, the place gives you the perfect picture of the haunted and overlooked lodgings that you have always read about in horror stories. The broken windows, decrepit walls, and hangings are bound to stun your senses.

3. Kariavattom, Trivandrum

Although Technopark is the IT hub of Kerala where several multinational giants have their offices, Kariavattom campus road from Technopark back gate is the location where several enigmatic rumors have been reported. The place gets hushed at night and a walk through the campus is a daring journey. Many stories have been described by passengers about odd happenings taking place here. The noises and squeals that break the silence will give you chills and thrills.

ROSHAN’S ELEVEN : 11 Interesting Facts You May Or May Not Know About India

Interesting Facts That You May Or May Not Know About India:

  1. The wettest inhabited country on Earth is India. With 11,873 millilitres of rain falling annually, Meghalaya village has been named the wettest spot on Earth by the Guinness Book of World Records. Considering that the rain season lasts for six months.
  2. The glacial Lake Roopkund, which is 16,470 feet above sea level in the Himalayas, is known for the human bones that have been discovered there and nearby. The skeletons are considered to be the remains of persons who died in a strong hailstorm in the ninth century.
  3. For around 1,000 years beginning in the fourth century BC, India was the world’s sole supplier of diamonds. The Krishna River Delta is where the initial diamonds were discovered.
  4. Hinduism is regarded as the world’s oldest religion, with records going as far back as 5,500 BCE. Hinduism has no recognised creator, and since it is a way of life, nobody is interested in finding out.
  5. India is home to 22 official languages. Santali, Kashmiri, Bengali, Tamil, and Urdu are just a few of the many languages that are spoken in India. However, Hindi and English are the official languages.
  6. Since most Indians speak their own regional language in addition to English for ease of communication, India also has the second-largest population of English speakers in the world (the first is the United States).
  7. India is home to around 1.37 billion people, second only to China. and the figure keeps increasing. According to predictions, India will overtake China as the world’s most populous nation by the year 2050.
  8. In India, there is a floating post office. India not only has the greatest postal network in the entire world, but it also has some incredibly unusual post offices, such as one that floats on the water. The post office, which is situated near Dal Lake in Srinagar, has started to draw curious tourists.
  9. The Shani Shingnapur community is well known for having no doors or locks on any of the residences. Beyond that, criminal conduct has not been documented for about 400 years.
  10. India had 26 national holidays in 2019, including Christmas, Deepavali, Holi, and Independence Day. Because the Indian population is made up of so many diverse cultural groupings, there are many different holidays and festivals, which contributes to the great variety of celebrations.
  11. India is home to the largest sundial in the world. The tallest sundial in the world, standing at a towering 27 metres (90 feet) tall, is located in the town of Jaipur. A UNESCO World Heritage Site designation has been given to the sundial. Thousands of people flock to see the shadow, which moves at a speed of roughly six millimetres per minute, every year.

5 Facts About The Indian Independence Day

1.The Independence struggle first started in 1857

The first struggle for independence was in 1857, very famously called the Sepoy Mutiny or the Indian Rebellion of 1857 was led by Mangal Pandey. Rani Laxmi Bai of Jhansi, Bahadur Shah Zafar, Tatya Tope, and Nana Sahib were the others who led the resistance against British soldiers in 1857.

2. Indian Flag was first hoisted in 1906

The Indian national flag with 3 horizontal stripes of red, yellow, and green was hoisted on August 7, 1906, at Parsee Bagan Square, Kolkata. The first variant of our current national flag was designed by Pingali Venkayya in 1921. The current flag with saffron, white and green stripes with the 24-spoke Ashok Chakra was officially adopted on July 22, 1947, and hoisted on August 15, 1947. 

3. Rabindranath Tagore penned National Anthem of Bangladesh

Rabindranath Tagore not just penned the National Anthem of India but also our neighbouring country Bangladesh. ‘Amar Sonar Bangla’ was written by Rabindranath Tagore in 1905. The first 10 lines of this song were adopted as the national anthem of Bangladesh in 1971, during its liberation war. 

4. Goa Was the Last State to Join the Indian Territory in 1961

Even after India attained independence on 15th August 1947, Goa was still a Portuguese colony. It was annexed to India by the Indian troops only in 1961. Thus, Goa was the last state to join the Indian territory.

5. Lord Mountbatten chose August 15 as India’s Independence Day :

Although the Indian Independence Act was approved on July 18, 1947, Lord Mountbatten chose August 15 as the date of India’s independence as it coincided with the date of Japan’s surrendering to the Allied Forces after World War II on August 15, 1945.  

Visa Free Or Visa On Arrival Destinations For Indian Passport Holders

If you hold an Indian passport, you can now travel to 60 countries in the world without a prior visa. We may not have a powerful passport – in fact it’s only the 83rd in the list of most powerful passports to have in the world, but you can still go to these 60 countries. If a country has a “visa-free” status, you can just travel there with an Indian passport and be allowed to pass through. Even if you do not require a visa, you should still research the entry criteria of the nation you are going.

Ok, so in Europe you can only go to Serbia and in the Americas you have Bolivia & El Slavador. In the Middle East you have Jordan, Iran, Qatar & Oman. You can go to Barbados, Grenada, Haiti, Jamaica, Trinidad & Tobago and the British Virgin Islands. In Africa you can choose among Kenya, Ethiopia, Gabon, Madagascar, Cape Verde Islands, Mauritius, Seychelles, Tanzania, Zimbabwe & Tunisia among others. And in Asia you have Armenia, Thailand, Bhutan, Maldives, Indonesia, Nepal, Sri Lanka among them.

In most cases, it is Visa on arrival. Make sure you don’t stay longer than your visa-free period allows; if you’re only allowed to stay for three months, go before your time is up. If you overstay your welcome, you may have difficulty returning there in the future. You are not permitted to work or attend school in the nation you are visiting during your visa-free stay.

Top 5 Most Haunted Places In India

1. Bhangarh Fort, Rajasthan

Located in the Alwar region, the uninhabited town of Bhangarh is one of the eeriest places imaginable and is unanimously considered as one of India’s most haunted places. It is considered to be so dangerous that even the Archaeological Survey of India has legally prohibited anyone from entering the Bhangarh Fort after dark. The legend goes that during the 16th century, a tantric named Singhia fell in love with Ratnavati, the beautiful princess of Bhangarh. And knowing it was a hopeless match, decided to use his magic to seduce her. However, the princess uncovered his plans and sentenced him to death. Before his death, enraged by the turn of events, he cursed the palace to doom and the town to be roofless and miserable forever. Nearby locals believe that anyone who goes into the fort after dark won’t make it back, so visit at your own peril.

2. Kuldhara Village, Rajasthan

Rajasthan sure does have the choicest selection of deserted ghostly villages and towns! The Kuldhara village is located near Jaisalmer and was originally inhabited by Paliwal Brahmins. The lore speaks of the sudden disappearance of all the villagers of Kuldhara as well as 83 other nearby villages in 1825 into thin air, leaving no trace of their whereabouts. It is said that the minister of state had fallen in love with a girl from the village and had threatened to impose huge taxes upon the entire village unless they married her to him. To protect the honour of the girl, the chief of Kulhara and surrounding areas abandoned their villages and cursed the land to remain unoccupied for eternity.

3. Dow Hill, Kurseong, West Bengal

The Victoria Boy’s High School and Dowhill Girl’s Boarding School in Kurseong, Darjeeling, are believed to be the residence of many spirits whose footsteps can be heard echoing through the hallways. There have been countless murdered bodies found in the wood surrounding the schools and several locals and tourists report being followed by a headless boy who then disappears into the woods.

4. Dumas Beach, Gujarat

On the Arabian sea coast, the black sands of Dumas Beach in Gujarat are associated with several mysteries over several years. The beach used to be a Hindu burial ground and many believe that the restless spirits call out to visitors taking midnight strolls and walking towards the sea to return back to the shore. There have been reports that those who don’t heed the voices of the dead disappear into the waters forever. This beach is definitely not for the faint-hearted.

5. Jatinga, Assam

This tiny village with a population of 2500 has one of the most puzzling phenomena in the world, namely recurring mass bird suicides. For centuries now, local and migratory birds plummet to the ground in large numbers on moonless nights of September and October only on a specific area. This has baffled scientists who can’t find any reasonable justification for birds dropping dead from the sky in such a pattern and it is extremely disturbing to say the least.

Quora Question On Indian Weddings Answered

Why are most Indians not interested in simple wedding ceremonies?

The simple answer is that it is traditional and when you get married, it’s actually is a ceremony not for you or your spouse! It’s actually for your parents and extended family. That is why it’s a large event. It’s a multiple day event, you want the biggest hall for all those relatives & friends and their families. Gals want to go saree, jewelry, watches and other clothes shopping. This can take several days. Guys want that perfect suit to go for the event. Etc etc. All pomp & show to outdo the weddings you have seen.

This trend is changing and has been changing for a while. A couple of my second cousins got married with just their parents and siblings next to them, a non-religious wedding without any pujari/priest and then gave donations to an orphanage and home for the elderly and then they went to have a nice lunch. What money they saved, they took an extended holiday/honeymoon abroad. That;s the way it should be and that’s what my cousins wanted. Their parents may have wanted the big wedding but that’s not the wedding the actual groom & bride wanted.

I’m not married myself and it looks unlikely that I ever will. But if I ever did, it will be a small affair. Immediate family, non-religious ceremony and a quite lunch. Simple and tasteful.

Kodinhi – The Village Of Twins

Kodinhi – Kerala’s village of twins : By any metric, conceiving twins and triplets is a rare natural occurrence around the world. In fact, on average only 16 out of 1,000 successful pregnancies in the world result in twins and this average is even lower in India at just 9. However, this ratio is heavily skewed in the sleepy hamlet of Kodinhi in Kerala, which has a record 400 pairs of twins in a population of just over 2,000 families! Geneticists and scientists have long tried to explain this rare phenomenon but are only now making some headway.

While experts have pointed to genetics as an obvious factor, what’s even more mysterious is that irrespective of religion, lineage or their original heritage, all families living in the village have conceived more than the average pairs of twins over the last few generations, and the number is consistently growing. Though initial estimates put the instance of multiple births at 100 pairs, follow-up surveys found the figure to be closer to 204 pairs (408 individuals) of twins, and two sets of triplets.

Women from Kodinhi married off to far away places are also known to give birth to twins. According to some doctors this phenomenon is due to chemicals present in water in the Kodinhi area. According to locals, the oldest known twin pair in the village was born in 1949. The number of twin births in Kodinhi has been increasing over the years, with surveys showing over 79 pairs of twins within the age group of 0–10 years.

In 2008, around 30 pairs of twins from Kodinhi, along with their parents, got together to form The Twins and Kins Association, the first such association of twins in India. The forum, according to its founders, aims to bring to wider attention problems peculiar to people of multiple births, such as those concerning their education and health.

Adding Colour To Your Home During The Monsoon

In case of heavy rains, simply sitting at home and doing nothing might make you feel dull. Similarly, brighten up your mood by changing the colours of your interiors.

Psychologically speaking, bright colours do brighten up your mood and bring a lot of happiness. So, use pops of brighter colours to highlight certain corners of your home. If painting the house seems challenging, you can use brightly coloured cushions or throw in some colourful rugs to liven up your space. It’s believed that if you dress yourself in bright and happy colours, you tend to feel the same way. It would be totally recommended to get all those bright yellows and hot pinks out and flaunt them in all the ways you can. You can also go for those colours which you thought are just too over the top. This is exactly the time to ditch on your dull clothes and experiment a bit.

Fun colours you could try this monsoon season:

Orange and Yellow – Creates a lively ambience.
Mint and Green – Soothes and calms the soul.
Turquoise – Is a luxurious choice for the monsoon.
Purple and Pink – Represents royalty and luxury.

Give your interiors a fresh vibe by adding colourful cushions, paintings, table lamps, vases, and other items. Use colour therapy to take away those monsoon blues.

5 Top Fruits To Eat During The Indian Monsoon

1. Jamun or black plum loads up on nutrients like vitamins, potassium and iron, which keep the body fit and healthy. Jamun is rich in fibre and keeps a check on sudden blood sugar spikes, making for an excellent food for diabetics during monsoons.

2. Cherry is known for its anti-carcinogenic properties that help in lowering cholesterol level and also keeping the blood pressure level in check. Cherry is particularly rich in potassium and antioxidants, which boost the body’s ability to steer clear from common infections.

3.Pomegranate seeds are delicious pearls of wellness, especially rich in B-vitamins and folate that help in blood circulation by development of red blood cells. This fruit is known to be effective in dealing with serious ailments like hypertension and heart issues.

4.Papaya contains a special enzyme called papain that helps in easy digestion of foods by keeping the digestive tract heathy. Papaya is also highly rich in Vitamin C, a powerful antioxidant that builds immunity of the body and also looks after skin and hair health.

5. Peach is a low-calorie fruit that aids weight loss. It is a good source of vitamin A, vitamin B, vitamin C and carotenes – all the nutrients come together to promote a healthy, infection-free body.

My Favourite Bars In Cochin

Couchyn at The Grand is a restaurant on Grand Hotel, MG Road Ernakulam in Kochi. It is a preferred destination for several old timers in the city as it is attached to one of the oldest & famous family restaurants in Cochin. A perfect place for wining and dining, drop into enjoy your favorite beverages, cocktails & mocktails. Recommended food pairings are their Trivandrum style chicken, fish fingers, tandoori chicken and French fries.

Blue Rock Resto Bar at Olive Downtown – very cool and awesome location at Kadavanthara. They mix fine dining dishes with fast food and snacks. They have happy hours and offers as well. A tad more expensive than Couchyn. Best pro is that you can get burgers & pizza from the hotel’s cafe downstairs to pair with your beer while you sit in the bar. Recommended is the crispy fried prawns, pork chops & their pizzas.

The Ava Lounge & Bar is hotel Raddison Blu’s bar which is on the 6th floor. Comfy chairs and Couches, thoughtful and polite staff, variety of beer, wine and liquor with a great ambience & service. Decent prices for 5 star hotel however you must go during their happy hours from 11am-4pm. Afghani chicken, tempura prawns and French fries are the only food I have tried from there and I highly recommend them. It tends to get crowded during the evenings and on weekends.

Fun Things To Do At Home On Hot Days

Fun things to do at home on hot days

Well at times you can’t really do anything but I have found that when it is a hot, humid and sweaty day and it is way too sunny out there, it is best not to brave it out there. Unless you have an air-conditioned car that you can get into in the covered porch of your building or garage – in that case, drive straight on till your favourite mall or movie theatre and enjoy an afternoon in the air-conditioned hall while enjoying a good movie.

If you’d rather stay at home, crank up the ac, pour yourself a nice, tall & cold drink, eat a nice light lunch and relax in your home while watching movies set in the snow! That ought cool down your mind, sense and body. For dinner again, keep things light and crispy and enjoy a nice evening with a cool drink in hand. Wear some light, loose fitting clothes and go to bed with new cool, crisp sheets.

Or do as I do and sleep in the nude. Cools things down way more!

Prompt from 170 Creative Summer Blog Post Ideas for All Bloggers at Nikki Blogs

Tasties Nacho Chips – Cheese

So I am always on the look out for coffee time snacks. I guess they can also be called as soft drink snacks (with Coke or Pepso or 7UP) or beer snacks. And I want to try out all the options we do get here. Chips are ofcourse number 1 on the list. Taking a break from Lays, I decided to try out the Indian brand Tasties that also makes cookies and other stuff.

Tasties Nacho Chips – Cheese is the perfect snack for cheese lovers. Made with premium quality corn, the nachos have zero trans fat, making them perfect for snacking any time of the day or night. The cheese flavour brings in that extra zing. Perfect to have with dips or sauces, make your game nights more fun with these cheese nachos. Explore Tasties’ full range of products from baked snacks, gourmet popcorn and roasted seeds.  I ordered some via Big Basket which is the preferred grocery shopping app in recent years.

The cheese taste isn’t overpowering but just enough that you feel it lingering on your tongue for a while. The nacho chips are delightful and crispy and not too thin. I would say that these are best with coffee or tea or even with a soft drink but not with alcohol as you need something more hardier with your drink. You get these nacho chips in 60g or 120g bags. I will give them an 8 outta 10!

TOP 10 WORK @ HOME JOBS IN INDIA THAT PAY YOU WELL (6 TO 10)

Travel Agent

Have a knack for suggesting the best places to go on a trip? Do you know about the best honeymoon packages in Hawaii? Or you know how to travel to Rome? Then you can consider the option of becoming a travel agent online. This is one of the best online jobs you can get or at least a great work from home jobs India offers. Websites like Monster India, Timesjobs, and yatra can offer you this benefit to work from home jobs.

You can start your own website too for very cheap by buying and hosting a webpage and domain. There are many cheap starting options, while Wix can help you build your own personal website to get started in just a few clicks. Your mission should you choose to accept it is booking flight tickets, hotels, reservations, trip packages, and much more. As clients don’t have the time to do all this, you can do this for them by charging a fee.

Content Writer

Content writing includes a lot of styles and forms of writing and producing write-ups. It can article writing, blog writing, webpage writing, copywriting, product descriptions, poems, stories, etc. If you have a penchant to express yourself with words, then consider this the best part-time/full-time work from home jobs in India. So, the thing is anybody can write, what makes you special. I will tell you. It’s your way to express yourself and influence others. If you believe that writing is something you have been willing to do for a long time and is maybe your career choice or some title on your bucket list then this might be a great option for you. This is the best genuine work from home jobs India has to offer.

You can start working at Upwork or Fiverr, to earn a decent income. You can choose from a large category of writing niches, eg website, and blog, news, creative, and much more. A content writer has numerous opportunities and mediums to work and earn. Bloggers can earn more than 1,00,000 dollars a month. Eg Create and go. Being a Poet or a writer can get you fame, money, and respect. Technical writing, news writing is also a good online job option. These days a lot of game writers and scriptwriters are getting paid well and recognized for their work, software like Celtx can help you start your journey as a scriptwriter.

Web Developer

This is one of the most common online jobs available for anyone. They have become dime a dozen and are losing value if not competitive. You must be wondering if the profession is losing its value, then how is it in the best online jobs in India list.

I will tell you something, a top-notch web developer is what your aim should be because if you want companies to set a search bounty on you to offer a job position, then being the best in class can help you deepen your pockets. Web developers online earn around 1.5 lakh – 2 lakh a month. You can start earning now at Upwork or Fiverr.

Online Tutoring

Another work at home and a high paying job is online tutoring. If you are skilled enough or have mastered a field, for eg digital marketing, cooking, contemporary dance, martial arts, stock market, etc you can start your own online tutoring sessions.

You can start by making an aesthetic website from wix.com, buy a domain or start earning instantly through Chegg, where you don’t have to set up a website or anything, and just start earning by simply registering. There is no limit to the buyers you can get for your course.

Call Center Jobs

Considering a call center job which you can do at home? Then you can go for this option. Work at home, and earn a decent amount of money for answering telephone calls, verifying information, and interviewing. Websites such as Upwork, SimplyHired, and FreeLance can offer you work opportunities in this field. You need a decent PC, phone equipment, and software linked to them.

4 Common Misconceptions About India

Hindi is the national language of India

Languages in India are as diverse as its culture and religion. Some 780 languages are spoken across the country, the second highest number of languages in the world after Papua New Guinea which is said to have 839 languages. Among these languages, 23 of them are recognized as official languages including Hindi, English, Bangali, Kashmiri, Nepali, Sanskrit, Tamil, Urdu, etc. While Hindi is the most prominent language in the country, with over 422 million speakers, it is not the national language as no language in India enjoy such a status according to the Constitution of India. Hindi is mainly spoken in northern and central India, and is one of the two languages used by the government (the other being English).

Indians are vegetarians

Vegetarianism is often considered the norm in India due to its cultural and religious traditions. Thus it is quite natural to assume that India might be a vegetarian majority country. This is not the case though. A survey conducted by India’s Sample Registration System (SRS) in 2014 showed that non-vegetarian population over the age of 15 accounted for 71%. Meat or fish consumption is prevalent in many communities especially among the Muslims as well as the coastal states like Kerala and West Bengal which is known for their seafood dishes.

In spite of that, India still has the lowest rate of the population consuming meat, and more vegetarians than the rest of the world combined according to 2007 statistics of the UN FAO (Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations). It is a great country to visit for vegetarian travelers as vegetarian restaurants are easy to find and there are plenty of options.

The Language barrier

Did you know that India is the second largest English-speaking nation behind the United States? While there are accents due to the local dialects (over 19,500 of them…) most Indians can speak the language. In fact, almost all private schools in India instruct in English and the younger generation is quite fluent. In more remote areas you may find a language barrier, but it’s rare to have a conversation without basic articulation. Remember, some Indians may not have strong English conversational skills, but they understand what is being said.

Indians do not eat beef

Though it is true that the vast majority of Indians do not eat beef, you can eat beef in some parts of the country. The strongest laws on cow-slaughter are in place in the north, central and western parts of India. Eleven states and two union territories (federally-administered regions) ban slaughter of cows, calves, bulls and bullocks. The central state of Chhattisgarh does not even allow the slaughter of buffaloes, even though they are not considered sacred. Eight states and one Union territory have no legislation regarding slaughter of any cattle. The states and the union territory with no ban: Kerala, West Bengal, Assam, Arunachal Pradesh, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland, Tripura, Sikkim and Lakshadweep.

Top 10 Most In Demand & Hot Selling Products In India Online


Apparels
Dresses constitute the largest segment of all products sold online in India. Close to 35% of the entire revenue generated from online sales comes from apparel and dress materials. Apparels include ladies’ clothes, men’s clothing, and children’s dresses.

Mobile Phones
Mobile phones are trendy items for sale on eCommerce sites. All brands and models available in the open market are also sold through online sites. For buyers, it is easy to compare among models online before buying a handset of choice.

Books and Stationery
Buying a book could be really time-consuming if bought from the open market. It is easy for a buyer to locate a seller of their selected titles across eCommerce sites. Educational, fictional, and reference books from Indian and overseas publishers are available across eCommerce sites. Since the lockdown, many brands have started selling stationery online. You can sell customized, print-on-demand, and quirky stationery online that otherwise is not common in shops.

Consumer Electronics
eCommerce sites are excellent platforms for buying/selling consumer electronic goods like laptops, tablets, and digital cameras. By 2025 India is expected to become the world’s 5th largest consumer durable market.

Footwear
Online is perhaps the best place to search for and buy footwear. The varieties are exhaustive and include shoes, slippers, sandals, and sneakers for both ladies and gentlemen. People get to choose among leading brands from across the world.

Jewellery
Buying exclusive jewelry items is often a tough task when bought across counters. The entire process of selecting preferred items and buying from global leaders is done conveniently through eCommerce websites.

Fashion Accessories
It is obvious that after jewelry items, fashion accessories are a popular product category sold online. Belts, handbags, purses, wallets, headbands, and watches are items bought widely online by Indians.

Beauty Products
Skincare products like cream, lotion, face masks, moisturizers, and perfumes are demanded items sold online. Haircare products like gel, cream, color, shampoo, dryers, etc., are widely hot selling products through eCommerce sites.

Computer Hardware, Software, and Accessories
Desktops, disk drives, storage devices, printers, scanners, mice, and switches are computing devices and accessories that people buy online in India. Market’s leading brands are available to customers at hugely discounted prices.

Video Games
eCommerce sites in India are used to buy video games, especially as gifts to children. Games ranging from FIFA World Cup, Grand Theft Auto, Call of Duty, and so on are all available online.

Top 10 Work @ Home Jobs In India That Pay You Well (1 to 5)

You don’t need any proper skills or a degree to do most of these jobs mentioned on the list. You can start these, work from home jobs by either registering for free or making an account. Here is a list of the best online jobs in India:

Blogging

You can start this online work from home jobs anywhere. Blogging is one of the best ways to earn a handsome amount of money online. You can start by making a website on WordPress or a free one at wix.com. With very little investment you can start hosting at one of the various server space providers based in India. It is very cheap and you don’t have to worry about learning how to design a website, as you can take your blog online in just a few clicks through WordPress. People make a living out of blogging and it is considered one of the best work from home jobs in India. You can either write about topics that intrigue you or quench your conscience, or maybe something that is trending online, fitness-related, mental health, and much more.

YouTuber

YouTubers nowadays are rolling in their Lamborghinis, Cadillacs, Mercedes, Tesla, and all those natty clothes from Cucci and Armani. To name a few, you must check out Mr. Beast, Logan Paul, JackSepticEye, Dude Perfect, and PewDiePie to get an idea about their lifestyle. In India, you can see how well Ashish Chanchlani, Bhuvan Bam, and Carry Minati are doing.

Social Media Manager

Social media management is a growing field that requires you to handle social media accounts of small, medium, and big companies. Even celebrities and public figures need social media managers. So if you are pondering how to work from home jobs in India, this is one of the best ways.

Translator

Knowing your own native language, or a third language can now benefit you a lot. If you consider yourself to be fluent in Hindi, English, Spanish, German, Tamil, Telegu, etc then you can utilize your skills on these freelance websites. You can go to Fiverr and Upwork to start today. Free registration and these genuine work from home jobs can help you pay your bills and rent. You will receive a lot of opportunities from Indian and western businesses, and even authors.

Virtual Assistant

A virtual assistant helps keep track of a business’s data, by doing administrative tasks and keeping everything organized. Virtual assistants are basically freelancers working at home or remotely. You have to handle various tasks like composing emails and responding to them. You also need to create business documents with PowerPoint and do data entry in Excel. You are also responsible for responding to business inquiries, managing blogs, websites, sales data, and more. Being a virtual assistant can fetch you a decent income, help pay your bills, and cover all basic requirements.