Project HappiCities

  • Hyderabad, India
  • AgricultureOrganic Agriculture, Energy & Sustainability, Engineering, Research

Project Happicities is the framework to build sustainable and Happy Micro-Cities in India to provide best urban and rural life in India.


Startup Video


New Team Member

Commitment from Romi Khosla as an Advisor



Media Coverage

Attended Startup Summit 2018 in Delhi




Team Summary

15+ years experience in tech startups. Passionate Techie & Engineer. Has the courage to Dream Big to solve real problems of India.


Founding Team

15 years experience in building teams that help companies build great media products. Amazonian at heart and is not afraid to dream big. Engineer by Passion.


Amazon Lab126 (2015 - present)
Sr Software Development Engineer

Amazon Lab126 (2014 - 2015)
Software Development Engineer II

PathPartner Technology Inc (2013 - 2014)
Senior Software Engineer


National Institute of Technology Warangal
Bachelor of Technology • 1998 - 2002

Mentors & Advisors

Romi Khosla

Romi Khosla


Mr. Romi Khosla is an Indian architect who received a B.A. in economics from the University of Cambridge, and qualified as an architect at the Architectural Association, London. He conceptualized "Natural Cities"

Product/Service Summary

HappiCities is a research and design organization (similar to Google's Sidewalk labs) to design a framework to build Futuristic MicroCities in India to solve most of our urban chaos and rural tragedies. It brings happy urban life to Indian citizens as well as brings basic urban infrastructure and markets closer to rural areas. The goal of Project HappiCities is to bring a "rurban" revolution by building 1000 MicroCities in the next 100 years in India.

The traditional concepts of Mega-Cities have failed in India and we need to re-think the way we urbanize. We believe, that a city is a complex machine and like any machine it can only be designed and built for a fixed maximum capacity. We want to design a template of MicroCities that can be replicated in several parts of India (via Open Sourcing the designs).

These MicroCities are built for a specific Industry ( like Hi-tech, or IT Services, or High-Edu, or film industry, or Banking, Finance & Insurance etc).

Product/Service Descriptions