When talking about a search engine, the first thing that comes to your mind is ‘Google’. If you are wondering why “Google” always, because it is always around be it at your home, your office and of course in your pocket.
No matter what you are looking for, Google can surely help you find it. While Google undoubtedly reigns over the World Wide Web, there seems to be a bunch of less known search engines trying to make it big among the Indian audiences. There are around 95 different search engines in India that can help you find almost anything.
You obviously didn’t know that, did you? However, listing them all down may not be possible, but the article covers a few that can offer you the most needed assistance. Of course, they surely don’t enjoy the type of glory that Google does, but you can definitely rely on them.
The first one to follow Google is Yahoo India, the most popular search engine in the country. Though not at all close to Google, Yahoo India surely offers you the most authentic results which can be highly relied upon. Search for videos, images, news and a lot more. Dropping down a few steps you have Indiacom.com. If your search is restricted to India alone, this one turns out to be the best. Hotels, furniture stores, air conditioners, tours and travel, electric motors, no matter what you are looking for, Indiacom.com can help you find it all.
123India.com is another great search engine offering you all the latest updates on greetings, movies, horoscopes and weather. The interface of the website is quite unique with search terms listed in the form of tiles. Just click on a desired tile and you will be directed to websites offering precise and the latest information on the same. Locateindia.com is another amazing search engine in India that you cannot afford to miss out on. From computer dealers to machinery suppliers, jewellery stores to automobiles, LocateIndia can help you with almost everything.
If you are planning to go on a holiday somewhere within India, check out Indianvisit.com. The website offers all the essential information on most of the popular tourist destinations in the country.
Next on the list is Rediff.com, another amazing search engine meant specifically for the Indian audiences. Like every other search engine, Rediff too has a simple user interface. Again, it obviously cannot offer you what Google can, but it is definitely one of the top search engines currently in operation.
Although numerous brand new search engines come up each month, most of them are gone away with the wind. However, the ones that manage to hold on, surely have something or the other in store for you. So, just give Google a break for a while and hop on to something else. You may probably come across something really amazing.