Baishakhi Bhattacharjee - My Experience in My Mothertounge Bengali Language Works Like Magic (Digital Creator From India)


Love to explore new places & foods. So I thought to create a page on Facebook & started exploring new places. But it wasn't easy. I have to travel by bus & it takes almost 2 - 5 hours to travel from one place to another. 

At first, when I started my page, my post doesn't get a good response. But I never felt sad about that. This time my friends & my family support me a lot.


Tell us about your background and journey.


I live in Howrah, West Bengal. So, I started my food blogging in July 2019. Basically, I'm an out and out foodie & also love to explore new restaurants. In February 2020 one of my posts got viral & from then till now many of my restaurant's reviews got viral & people love my content so much. 

It means a lot to me. I never thought this could happen. Now I've 33K followers on my Facebook page Hangla's Day Out.



When did you first decide that you wanted to create digital content and how did you start?

Always I love to explore new places & foods. So I thought to create a page on Facebook & started exploring new places. But it wasn't easy. I have to travel by bus & it takes almost 2 - 5 hours to travel from one place to another. 

At first, when I started my page, my post doesn't get a good response. But I never felt sad about that. This time my friends & my family support me a lot.



Is vlogging and digital content creation a financially sustainable career?

I thought so. But you have to have more patience, more dedication & face difficulties to continue this as your career. Though food blogging is just a passion for me right now. But sometimes I collaborate with restaurants, brands. So maybe in future, I'll choose this as my career.



How and where do you find inspiration to churn out content?

From the day I started my journey as a food blogger I didn't have any idea about food blogging. So, I just started to share my experience in my mothertounge Bengali language & it works like magic. 

I always try to share each & every detail of any restaurant, so that people don't have any questions after reading my content. Then I decide to write most of the content in Bengali & try to give more details about the food & restaurants.



What piece of advice would you like to give to future and aspiring digital creators?

Many people think food blogging is a very easy job just like "Eat - Sleep & Repeat". But no it's not. There's need a lot of hard work, unique content creation, suitable photography, time management, entertain followers & many more things to do to be a good blogger. So for me if you want to be a good food blogger you have to maintain quiet steps.

1) Try to create unique content for your followers/ viewers. Because people always love to see unique & new things. 

2) Try to post every day on social media (on which platform your work).

3) Maintain a time schedule to post your content every day & the last but more important point is to ignore negativity, be positive, work hard & try to be more creative.



Which is your favourite book and why?

I'm a pure bookaholic. There are more than 100 books on my favourite list. So I can't choose one. But I mostly like Science fiction because I always got positive vibes from it.


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Interviewed by - Namisha Saxena

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