Young ‘Affordable Housing’ Builder Achieves Rs 126 Crore Cumulative Turnover In 4 Years

At age 22, Pranav Sharma, a Manufacturing Engineering graduate from BITS Pilani, Hyderabad Campus, quit his job at Deloitte and started a construction firm in Bengaluru to build affordable houses for people from EWS (Economically Weaker Section) and LIG (Light Income Group) categories.

Four years later, he has built around 1000 housing units and made 680 people from the EWS and LIG categories proud homeowners.

His company Felicity Adobe LLP has achieved a cumulative turnover of Rs 126 crore despite the slowdown during the pandemic.

“Investing in a home for EWS or LIG categories is more than simply owning a physical structure; it’s an emotional experience,” says Pranav, Founder-Director of Felicity Adobe.

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