People are capable of manipulating and copying digital images. Protection and security must be given to the right property from piracy and illegal copies. To safeguard the intellectual property of digital images digital watermarking is used as a solution. Watermarking technique is prevalent due to an effective copyright protection method i.e., only the rightful owner can identify the signature that is embedded in a digital document. In this paper, a blind watermarking scheme is used which is dependent on the image content of certain specific DWT-DCT coefficients. The use of generalized Gaussian distributions helps in modelling the DCT-DWT coefficients of the Source image. The suggested system attained optimal PSNR, MSE and SSIM values and numerous attacks are resisted by an embedded watermark in the image watermarked as per the results of the experiment. Furthermore, the suggested system depicts far more robustness against numerous image processing attacks for example, scaling to 0.25 & 0.50, Cropping, and various types of noise attacks. Experimental results and numerical values of parameters confirms that the hybrid DCT-DWT blind watermarking technique is relatively efficient and also justifies the theoretical analysis.