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[Funding alert] Virtual spiritual platform Vama raises $750k in seed funding

Virtual spiritual platform Vama
Virtual spiritual platform Vama

Vama, a virtual spiritual platform, has raised $750k in a seed funding round from Huddle & 7Square Ventures.

Many investors also participated in this round including Kunal Shah, founder of CRED, and Varun Alagh, co-founder and CEO of Mamaearth.

With this fundraise, the company plans to use the funds to bolster product development, introduce new service verticals, and acquire new talent.

With this latest fundraising, the startup has raised a total of $1 million in funding so far.

“The demand for e-pujas and online mandir darshans is here to stay, as more Indians realise the benefits of and embrace digital services. During the pandemic and subsequent lockdowns, our platform saw a huge influx of devotees from all age groups and geographies”, said, Manu Jain, co-founder of Vama.

Founded in 2020 by Manu Jain, Himanshu Semwal, and Acharya Dev, Vama is a one-stop virtual platform that provides easy access to e-pujas, e-darshans, and astrology services to devotees in India and across the globe. The app is only available on Android devices as of now.

“The emphasis is on converting the offline mandir ecosystem to digital via content-driven products that are engaging, empowering, and habit-forming. While the category appeals to a broader audience, two-thirds of our first-time users have been Gen-Z”, said, Himanshu Semwal, co-founder of Vama.

Based on the extensive knowledge and experience of its experts, Vama offers solutions tailored to the needs of clients. It aspires to be a reliable and trustworthy partner ensuring that its users feel safe, understood, and connected at all times.



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