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DevDham secures Rs 6 crore seed funding with Titan Capital, others!

Devotional platform DevDham has raised Rs 6 crore ($800,000) in seed funding in a round led by Titan Capital, the venture capital firm founded by Snapdeal founders Kunal Bahl and Rohit Bansal. Other participants in the round included All In Capital, Veda VC, and TDV Partners. DevDham plans to use the funding to expand its network of temples, improve its technology infrastructure, and strengthen marketing efforts. The platform, which offers online daily darshan, pujas, and digital donations, has already connected over 500 temples and more than 2,000 pandits in 18 states. The Indian religious and spiritual market is estimated to be worth $50 billion and is largely unorganized. DevDham’s investment will help it establish a strong digital foundation for Indian culture, sanatan dharma, and vedic traditions. The platform aims to connect devotees globally with Hindu temples and provide them with easy access to various devotional services.

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