The startup plans to make use of the funds raised to rent expertise throughout product, expertise, and operations, Agarwal mentioned in a press release.
“Our intention is to enhance the wellbeing of 10 million folks in 5 years and create the most important religious wellness neighborhood on the planet,” Lila mentioned.
Customers will be capable to seek the advice of with its ‘Astro Guides’ and get a personalised treatment plan that features actions like meditation, chanting mantras, affirmations, and journaling. The corporate says it makes use of historical Indian practices with trendy scientific methods to unravel varied issues spanning throughout profession, schooling, marriage, love, well being and cash amongst others.
Whereas the app is at present accessible as a free obtain on Google Play Retailer, customers should pay for consultations. At launch, it provides packages beginning at Rs 299 for a 15-minute session and going as much as Rs 1,299 for a 60-minute session.
“At the moment the world is confronted with a mess of modifications in our life by way of the best way we dwell, we join, we embrace, unprecedented issues we undergo and this has had an influence on the religious, devotional, and psychological wellbeing of all of us,” Agarwal mentioned.
The corporate claims to at present have greater than 20 guides on board. “As OMI scales, you will notice us increasing and including many extra providers on the platform geared toward serving to you enhance your religious wellness,” Lila mentioned.
“We’re excited to associate with Prashan and Aniket. This can be a very deeply India particular drawback, with very massive current revenue swimming pools. Nobody has addressed the market in a millenial centric approach, and made a product-first, scalable and reliable resolution,” mentioned Pratik Poddar, principal at Nexus Venture Partners.