Viraaj Ventures is a privately held Indian company headquartered in Noida, Uttarpradesh. Founded by Mr. Ankit Aditya Pradhan, the group has diversified businesses across India in real estate, infrastructure, digital marketing, and wealth management.
The enterprises working under Viraaj Ventures include Realty Assistant, Triumph EduDevelopers, Keasis, and Pararthya. All these organizations work independently in their respective domain to create leadership and trust in the industry. Being a value-driven company, the group is also involved in many philanthropic activities which support health, education, environment, and women empowerment, among others.
Our senior leadership comprises eminent industry experts, who work collectively with a focus on achieving the mission and vision of the organization by setting high standards of excellence and performance. We believe in meeting the standards of quality in all our spectrum of businesses and are well-positioned to cater to ever-changing norms and market trends.
We look forward to developing a more diverse, inclusive, and transparent business model, which is deep-rooted in our core values. Investing in our people and partner companies, further help us build collaborative relationships, which are based on trust and mutual respect.
To keep enhancing experiences for our existing customers and prospective clients, we are expanding our business activities outside India, primarily in Dubai, Canada, and the USA.
Viraaj Ventures has always made sustainable development to achieve profitable growth, blooming eco-systems all around its businesses. To provide momentum to different developmental enterprises of Viraaj Ventures, we were set up as an expression of our vision towards sustainable growth in India.
Mission & Vision
We look forward to developing a more diverse, inclusive, and transparent business model, which is deep-rooted in our core values. To keep enhancing experiences for our existing customers and prospective clients, we are expanding our business activities outside India, primarily in the Middle East.