These Indian Insta poets are worth following.
These Indian Insta poets are worth following.

Five Indian #Instapoets worth following for all aspects of life

These five Indian Insta poets stand out for their heartwarming posts
Hindustan Times | By Samreen Tungekar
UPDATED ON DEC 16, 2017 10:50 PM IST

1. Rupi Kaur (@rupikaur_)


⛈⛈⛈ page 19 from #thesunandherflowers

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Followers: 1.9m

Rupi Kaur is the first name that comes to your mind when you think about poetry on Instagram. Her university assignment Period became a protest against how the world looks at menstruation and her Instagram account is all about empowerment, love, heartbreak and strength.

2. Nikita Gill (@nikitagill)


Followers: 277k

Nikita started writing at the age of 12 and now, her writings on Instagram inspire many to overcome heartbreak and fear, and be free.

3. Arunoday Singh (@sufisoul)


Followers: 57.9k

Yes, actor Arunoday Singh is a poet, and a good one at that. Under the Insta name Sufisoul, Singh posts calligraphic writings of enlightening poetry inspired by music, success and healing.

4. Pratishtha Khattar ( _paradoxandmetaphors_ )


Tensed lovers. - #longtimenowriting #paradoxandmetaphors

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Followers: 43.8k

Feminist writings, seasonal love, the little things of life…Pratishtha’s Insta handle has all aspects of life penned beautifully into verses, making you fall in love with the power of words all over again.

5. Khawaja Musadiq (@poetofblues)


follow @poetofblues for more. #poetofblues #khawajamusadiq

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Followers: 12.6k

From the longing of hearts, to describing being home and being homeless, Khawaja Musadiq’s poetry will touch your heart, drive you to be more empathetic and ignite the feeling of self-love in you.

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From HT Brunch, December 17, 2017

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