We are a diverse group of individuals looking to accentuate, evaluate, and analyze an assortment of factors that weave the fabric of India as it is today. At Mutiny, you will find snapshots of the country documented in news, pictures and personal accounts. Our scope extends from politics and education to book reviews and food recipes while maintaining an India-centric premise. The Mutiny team publishes articles on various cities in India, allowing a glimpse into the vibrant and eclectic scenery, culture, and cuisine prevalent throughout the nation. We are constantly reinventing Mutiny.in with new ideas, and provide a platform for the expression of viewpoints and unique writing styles of each of our members.

If you would like to be a part of the Mutiny team or would like to contribute articles, please send us an email to edit [at] mutiny.in along with a link to your current blog and a brief description of your writing interests. Thank you for visiting Mutiny.


6 Responses to “About Mutiny”

  1. hey mutiny,

    thanks for stopping by. liked the india 2.0 article. agree with you on that, btw. if only i had a dollar for every time i was asked if i knew how to charm snakes…

    responded to your comment, btw. take a look when you get a chance.


  2. mutiny Says:

    Thanks GG. Please try not to post on the about page next time, unless related 🙂

  3. Vanmeet Says:

    This is Vanmeet here, someone had asked me if I would like to join you guys. I would love to join hands with other Indians to bring the Internet community of India closer and more united. You can reach me at vanu@india.com

  4. Namrata Says:


    how can i join mutiny?

  5. Woke Says:

    Please send a membership request to edit@mutiny.in with some detail on how you can contribute to Mutiny.in and a link to your personal blog if you have any.
    Our edit team will review the request and send you a feedback within a few days.

  6. Aymen Says:

    how do i add feeds like urs on my sidebar plz send me the codes i m wuiet new to blogging

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