On a current update from funding corner, Bharatfirst Technologies content app Paavan succeeded in lifting $500K in a seed round led by Waterbridge Ventures, IndiaQuotient General Partner Anand Lunia, Giva Co-Founder Ishendra Agarwal, Fitso Co-Founder Saurabh Aggarwal, Credgencies Co-Founder Rishabh Goel and others.
Paavan is looking forward to fabricating a space for individuals to re-find the Indian legacy.
Our past shapes our future. Who we are today and what we’ve achieved are aftereffects of our way of life and legacy that have been formed from the ages. So keeping up with it is so important and taking care of heritage is something everyone should prioritise.
Paavan also seeks to take care of information frameworks and lead a satisfying and mindful life in the modern world.
A Dive Into The Story Of The App & What It Offers
Founded in the year 2021 this Indian-originated app was founded by Sankalp Jain, Mohit Mittal & Nitin Agrawal. Paavan come up as a result when these three IIT-Delhi graduates accepted that Indian learning frameworks are the mainstays of the world and have to get the right setting and structure.
The idea behind bringing Paavan to the people was done keeping in mind several things. They understood what needed to be done and went through the process.
They ruled out that the most concerning issue for the clients is to see right and real data about any subject from our way of life, history, shastra, dharma, and legacy.
They made sure that keeping in mind the modern perspective they have to apply these topics with ease. So that it would not be affected anyway.
The Broad Vision
The organization seeks to carry those learnings to the very front once more, with down-to-earth application in modern lifestyles.
According to the reports, the organization is very much sure about the funds and how to use them for the betterment of the sector.
Bharatfirst made it clear that the funds will be well utilized for the product development. Creating new content and hiring some considerable assets will be also done in the process.
Paavan came a long way and it has a lot to do with its card. It has the potential to bring a change and to do something that will be long-lasting.
The step toward giving Indian heritage a new face and not letting it vanish in between all the charming new things is so promising.
Promising much to bring a change, to do something that is good for people and the country too. In this journey, there will be a lot to be explored, and look forward to what can come up next.