Best of January’17 | #inspiroindia

Best of January’17 | #inspiroindia


Inspiro India Official

Blog | Inspiration

2 February 2017

Best of January’17 | #inspiroindia


We’d like you to know that Inspiro India is receiving immense love and support from you ‘Creative Heads’ out there.

In the wake of the phenomenal usage of the ‘Inspiro India’ hashtag, we have a created a new section, ‘Best Pictures of the Month’.

Here are the Best Pictures from the month of January!

(The pictures are not in any supposed order. To get featured in the next month, use hashtag #inspiroindia)

~ Follow us on Instagram @inspiroindia and use hashtag #inspiroindia or write to us at info@inspiroindia.com ~


©Yash Kamini Sudhakar Rane



©S J Sparky Pictorial


©Veronica Gera
©Abbas Baig
©Prankur Rana



©Adriaan Louw
©Ashish Jose


©Harsh Jimnani
©Raikchak Reang


©Saeeduddin Faridi



©Henry Wu
©Aditya Saxena


©Chandan Mahimkar
©Sharafat Ali


©Rahul Khobragade



©Manish Jaisi


©Shubham Nalat
©Shweta Malhotra


©Wajid Ansari



©Farhad Barvatiya



©Maitri Dalicha
©Amir Bhat



©Prince Sarmah
©Satavisha Chakrabarty



©Rahul Singh Manral
©Nitin Sharma



©Ankit Gupta
©Siddharth Marlecha


©Imdad Barbhuyan
©Shreejana Rai


©Prayaag Ramakrishnan



©Kaiwalya R



©Devansh Rangani



©Dron Chandwani



©Raghav Chopra



©Arka Dhara



©Harish Masam



©Sonal Jain



©Mayank Makhija



©Rahul Tripathi












©Kenz Ul Muneer



©Santosh Mishra


Check out our previous series of inspiring images here – iidailyinspiration#106

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We want to send a big thanks to all those who participated in the contest and helped make Inktober, initially created by Jake Parker in 2009, a success with Inspiro India this october (2016).

Anushka Tendolkar is a 20 year old communication design student with a keen interest in graphic design and is very passionate about photography.

Inspiro India: Tell us something about yourself and how did you start creating?

– My background and training are in film and cinematography. I loved movies and at 16 I decided I wanted to be behind the camera. The love for shooting developed in college – where I

The month of August is very nostalgic of the Indian freedom struggle for all Indians. Looking back into history, we see a remarkable visual representation being created to evoke the nationalist feelings in Indians during the freedom struggle. It was in the form of a painting titled “BHARAT MATA”. Abanindranath Tagore, the nephew of Rabrindranath Tagore depicted the theme of the motherland in this painting.

Featuring series of inspiring images by creative heads from all over the world everyday as ‘iidailyinspiration’.
To contribute, send your work at info@inspiroindia along with subject: ‘iidailyinspiration’, your name and location. Eg. Subject:- iidailyinspiration+name+location


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