Bloggerati of the Fortnight: Anuradha Goyal

Anuradha GoyalBeing the author of one of the best blogs in the country sure sounds a cool thing. And clearly our Bloggerati of the Fortnight, Anuradha Goyal, fits the role with all her coolness. She used to be an IT professional working with global giants like Coca Cola and Infosys, but now she is working as a consultant focusing on managing the growth path and changing the DNA of an IT organization which involved change management, creation of a creative culture and bringing in a mindset of innovation.

In Anuradha’s own words “I write because I enjoy doing that. I travel because I have to and I need no reason to travel. There is this yearning to explore the world first hand that keeps me going.” She also loves to read and then write about what she has read. Her blog combines all of her three interests to form an amazing collection of articles which have generated 126,739 visitors.

And if you read the articles, you would not wonder why she has had such a success with her blog. Her writing is simple yet acts like a kaleidoscope, transporting you in to a world that the author is talking of.

“The park was a pleasant surprise with its well marked tree-lined walk ways, the rich orange Gulmohar trees, various colorful flowers peeping out from here and there and a small lake in the middle.”

She also holds your attention in each article by backing them up with great photographs, which not only help in building the image in your head but also becomes a story in itself, much like a photo blog.


Having traveled across 22 states in the country and 8 countries around the world, Anuradha Goyal knows how to describe a place with ease. In fact, all her posts has an element of comfort and easy pace to them. These are the basic elements of her writing that makes her blogs so popular and her, our Bloggerati of the Fortnight.

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2 Responses to “Bloggerati of the Fortnight: Anuradha Goyal”

  1. Rahul says:

    nice page for appreciating talented bloggers…


    Mayur Reply:

    Hi Rahul,

    Thank you for your comment.

    We hope to continue developing the blogging culture by appreciating it through our initiative.


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