National Creators Award 2024

Suhana Parvin
Suhana Parvin
National Creators Award 2024

On a Friday evening, the 8th of March 2024, the prestigious National Creators Award 2024 ceremony unfolded at the grand Bharat Mandapam Convention Centre in Delhi. This big event, with Prime Minister Narendra Modi attending, was the first time they gave out awards to honor India’s online creators.

What is National Creators Award 2024?

The Indian government initiated a new award program to honor and support digital creators making a positive difference. Furthermore, The National Creators Award 2024 received over 1.5 lakh nominations across 20 categories, with 10 lakh votes cast to select the winners. Additionally, in total, 23 winners were chosen, including three from other countries. The diverse award categories, such as Best Storyteller and Green Champion, highlight the significant impact of digital creators on various aspects of Indian life.

National Creators Award 2024 Winners 

Jaya Kishori took home the Best Creator for Social Change trophy. She is a spiritual speaker, motivational orator, musician, and storyteller. Born on July 13, 1995, in Kolkata, West Bengal, she is a Cancer sign, known for emotional depth, sensitivity, and a nurturing nature.

Secondly, Kabita Singh, known as Kabita’s Kitchen, received the Celebrity Creator of the Year award and the Best Creator in the Food category at Bharat Mandapam in Delhi. Shraddha Jain expressed her gratitude for the award, stating, “Sir, thank you for this award. I teach people to cook food. During COVID, people realized how important cooking is. Along with education, we must also consider cooking as a skill set.

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American content creator Andrew Hicks, was presented the ‘Best International Creator’ award. Hicks expressed his gratitude for the recognition, stating that he aims to bring happiness to people and make India proud through his work.

Kamiya Jani, the daughter of a rickshaw puller, received the Best Travel Creator award.

‘Disruptor of the Year’ went to Ranveer Allahbadia. He is the founder of BeerBiceps Pvt Ltd, a company that offers self-improvement content in various formats. Ranveer currently manages six YouTube channels with a combined following of over seven million subscribers.

RJ Raunac, popularly known as Bauaa, greeted PM Modi at the award ceremony with his signature phrase, “Main Bauaa bol raha hoon.” He, known for his humor and pranks, received the ‘Most Creative Creator-Male’ award. While Shraddha Jain (AiyyoShraddha) was honored with the ‘Most Creative Creator-Female’ award.

Aridaman won the Best Micro Creator award. He focuses on Vedic astronomy and ancient Indian wisdom, delving into astrology, spirituality, and personal development.

Gaming Creator Award: Triggered Insaan

‘Triggered Insaan’, Nischay Malhan, was the recipient of the Gaming Creator Award. Based in Delhi, he is a YouTuber, live streamer, and gamer known for his commentary, roasts, and reaction videos on his YouTube channel.

The Best Health and Fitness Creator Award honored Ankit Baiyanpuria. He is a former wrestler turned fitness influencer, gained fame for successfully completing the 75 Hard challenges. This challenge, originally started by US-based author-entrepreneur Andy Frisella in 2020, includes adhering to a strict carb-free diet, engaging in two 45-minute workouts, consuming a gallon of water daily, and avoiding cheat meals and alcohol.

In contrast, Naman Deshmukh won the Best Creator in Education Category award. He is an Instagram influencer and content creator specializing in the tech and gadget field. Naman’s content covers a wide range of topics including technology, gadgets, finance, and social media marketing. Moreover, he also educates his audience on tech-related subjects such as AI and coding.

Moreover, Jahnvi Singh, a 20-year-old Instagram content creator, was honored with the Heritage Fashion Icon Award. Additionally, based in Prayagraj, Uttar Pradesh, she specializes in Indian fashion, particularly promoting Indian sarees. Jahnvi’s content primarily revolves around spirituality and Indian culture.

Malhar Kalambe was honored with the Swachhata Ambassador Award in 2017 for his initiative in spearheading campaigns to promote cleanliness. Additionally, he is known for his efforts in raising awareness about plastic pollution and climate change. As the founder of ‘Beach Please’, Malhar has been actively conducting clean-up operations on beaches in Mumbai.

Gaurav Chaudhary, known as ‘Technical Guruji’ on YouTube, was the recipient of the Tech Creator Award. He is renowned for his Hindi-language videos focusing on technology and electronic devices, particularly for his advice and product review videos.

Cultural Ambassador of the Year: Maithili Thakur

Maithili Thakur was honored with the Cultural Ambassador of the Year Award. For her performances of original songs, covers, and traditional folk music in various Indian languages.

Pankti Pandey, a former scientist from ISRO residing in Ahmedabad, was presented with the Green Champion Award. For her efforts in spreading awareness about Mission Life.

Keerthika Govindhasamy, renowned for her YouTube Channel Keerthi History, received the Best Storyteller Award. She tells lesser-known stories from Indian history that are not typically found in school textbooks. Additionally, the Tamil Nadu native offers valuable life lessons for the younger generation.

Lastly, Aman Gupta, the Founder and CEO of boAT and well-known for his appearance on Shark Tank India, received the Best Celebrity Creator Award.

Promoting Positive Change

The National Creators Award 2024 celebrated exceptional talents and highlighted the transformative power of digital content for positive change. Additionally, the awards aimed to elevate the value of digital content creation and inspire innovation.

In conclusion, the award was a testament to the creativity, dedication, and impact of digital creators. They serve as positive influences, enriching lives, and shaping a brighter future through their digital creations.

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