Startups Ke Ram: Top Spiritual Startups Riding The Ayodhya Wave

The consecration of the Ayodhya temple has led to a significant boom in startups in the spiritual tech space

The spiritual tech sector is witnessing a surge, driven by young individuals, NRIs, and senior citizens who seek to stay connected with their cultural and spiritual roots

The valuation of the Indian faith market is expected to reach USD 5856 billion in 2023, providing ample opportunities for startups to disrupt and thrive.

Spiritual apps are in high demand, attracting venture capital funds and promising higher profit margins

SriMandir, backed by Peak XV Partners and Elevation Capital, is offering virtual participation in Ayodhya celebrations through its app, allowing global participants to engage in spiritual rituals

Utsav App provides services such as pujas, live darshans, and home delivery of holy prasad from temples across India, including Hanuman Garhi in Ayodhya

Vama, a Delhi-based startup, offers access to virtual pujas, darshans, and astrology services, seeing the Ayodhya temple inauguration as a significant opportunity for spiritual startups

DevDham connects devotees globally with Hindu temples, offering online daily darshan, pujas, and digital donations

Quick-commerce platforms like BigBasket, Zepto, Blinkit, and Swiggy Instamart are creating specialized categories for items needed in religious ceremonies

The spiritual tech boom in India reflects the evolving ways technology is connecting individuals with their faith and fostering a global sense of unity and devotion