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Faith-Tech Start-up, VAMA welcomes two new temples on its platform

Jan 3, 2023

New Delhi; 3rd January 2023: VAMA.app, one of India’s fastest-growing virtual platforms that aims to bring the country’s most iconic temples’ services to the online medium, has added two of India’s most renowned temples, Shri Kamta Nath Mandir, Chitrakoot, and Shri Hanuman Garhi Mandir, Ayodhya to its fold. Owing to this partnership, worshippers from all across the nation will now be able to conduct e-pujas and receive e-darshan at these temples. VAMA users will also have access to other services through the live-streaming feature on its app.

L-R Aacharya Dev, Co-Founder, VAMA and Shri Raju Das ji Maharaj, Mahant at Hanuman Garhi Mandir, Ayodhya
L-R Aacharya Dev, Co-Founder, VAMA and Shri Raju Das ji Maharaj, Mahant at Hanuman Garhi Mandir, Ayodhya

Commenting on the latest partnerships, Aacharya Dev, Co-Founder, VAMA and a third-generation astrologer himself, said “VAMA strives to provide devotees from all across the country swift, accessible, and convenient e-Puja and e-Darshan alternatives in India’s most popular temples. We are one step closer to accomplishing our goal of being a one-stop virtual platform for all religious and spiritual needs of devotees owing to our affiliation with well-known temples like Shri Kamta Nath Mandir in Chitrakoot and Shri Hanuman Garhi Mandir in Ayodhya. Since our inception in 2020, we have collaborated with more than 80 Priests and temples and have organised over 1500 e-pujas, and worked with renowned temples.”

Speaking further on this partnership, Shri Raju Das ji MaharajMahant at Hanuman Garhi Mandir, Ayodhya said “By providing a virtual puja and darshan through its platform, VAMA is a revolutionary idea that aids devotees who find it difficult to physically visit mandirs. They have assisted us on our journey to digitalization, and we are grateful for it.”

VAMA.app has so far enabled over 150,000 Astrology Consultations & Virtual Puja and is available on Android and iOS devices. The Faith-Tech startup has recently raised $500K as a top-up to its seed round, with this latest infusion, VAMA has closed its seed round at $1.25 Million. The company plans to expand its service portfolio with the inclusion of features such as live streaming of ‘darshan’ and ‘aartis’ and online donations. It is also eyeing expansion in international markets such as the Middle East, USA, and Canada.