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My Favourite Indian Social Networking sites

Updated on October 4, 2010


Hi5 is a social networking website. The company was founded in 2003 by Ramu Yalamanchi. Users can create an online profile in order to show information such as interests, age and hometown and upload user pictures where users can post comments. Hi5 also allows the user to create personal photo albums, play online games, and set up a music player in the profile. This is first site for which i started receiving email messages.


Ibibo which stands for iBuild, iBond, is an Indian social networking site. It is an umbrella site that offers a variety of applications under its social network. This is one of the desi sites, which keeps evolving into games, etc.

Rediff Pages

Rediff Homepages is a free community service from One can create pages for celebrities, product, brand or anything you like. You can also follow the pages you like.

My favourite pages on this site are

Indian Beaches: A visit to India is not complete without visiting many of its beaches. The Juhu beach and Alibaug beaches in Maharashtra, Anjuna and Calangute beaches in Goa and many beaches in the South India are very popular.  The webpage provides updates about Indian beaches

Stock tips: For all stock related details check the following page. You can also read about the latest news updates on anything related to the BSE. . This is a good page to get updates on stock tips.

I Love Railways: Railways are rightly called the lifeline for commuting in the city. For any information about the railways and up-to-date information about the Indian railways check the page. Rajdhani has always fascinated me and that is why i love this page

Nokia: Are you a fan of Nokia? Have a peek at the any latest updates and photos related to the product and this page because i just love the brand, only if the brand endorser would be different.


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      khushirege 7 years ago

      I have visited Rediff pages. Looks somewhat similar to Fanpages on Facebook. Looks very Indian centric and have pages with more of indianised content. Liked it!