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  • India’s astrology start-up boom
  • India’s astrology start-up boom
    Niyantha Shekar (2014) ©
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India’s astrology start-up boom

India is the world’s third largest start-up ecosystem, and it's experiencing an unexpected boom in astrology-related online ventures. From Astrospeak, a mobile app offering astrological services, to Monkvyasa, a marketplace for the occult sciences, why are India’s start-ups looking to the stars?

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