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Sanchit Gaurav is an Indian businessman, entrepreneur, social activist and politician. He is the founder and CEO of Housejoy, a technology-based real estate and on-demand service company. He also serves as the State President of Karnataka for the Entrepreneur's Wing of the Aam Aadmi Party. He has over 20 years of experience in the construction industry, having constructed over 10 million sqft, and is known for his progressive approach and ability to tackle problems at scale. He also initiated clinic bus services during the pandemic in Bangalore and is a strong advocate for good governance.

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Early Life and Education:

Born on November 20, 1981 and raised in Patna, Sanchit received his school education from Don Bosco. He shifted to Bangalore for his graduation in engineering but soon dropped out due to financial reasons. He then started his journey in real estate through manpower management, Realty Trading business, material supply, and construction. His family’s strong traditional business background, as well as his upbringing in such an environment, contributed significantly to his growth and establishment in Bangalore businesses. 

A career in real estate:

A serial entrepreneur with over 20+ years in the construction industry, Sanchit leads the way with his extensive knowledge and expertise in the domain. Having constructed over 10 million sq ft throughout his career, he is a progressive executive who has understood the pain points of Indian home owners and is keen on providing solutions that are effective and revolutionary. His ability to tackle problems at scale gives the company an edge in building a high-performing work culture. Sanchit started his career as the CEO and founder of Gaurav Group. Since then, he has helped build Housejoy into what it is today.

Sanchit Gaurav said. “Market conditions get benefits in multiple ways from good governance in a political system. A critical component of any social reform is the role of business organizations. Companies, regulatory bodies, consumers, and the market are further affected by policies and ideologies. As a result, it creates its own socio-economic ecosystem. Changing government policies are political factors with an economic, legal, or social impact or a mix of these. It is the government’s responsibility to protect the public interest while fostering a favourable environment for businesses and startups. In my opinion, good governance and youth are the keys to bringing about change. 

Build your business for your customers, society, and nation, not just for investors. 

At the same time, empower these businesses by giving them good governmental policies, benefits, and regulations.

Political Career:

Sanchit was interested from a young age in politics and national issues and was active in social services. During the pandemic, he learned how technology, awareness, and proper planning are a must if we want to help society. Because of this, he initiated clinic bus services during the pandemic in Bangalore. With challenges at every level, he realised the importance of good governance.

In July 2022, he was appointed as the President of the Entrepreneur Cell by the Aam Aadmi Party for Karnataka.


He wholeheartedly believes in democracy. Although a dictatorship may produce results quickly, it cannot be considered a legitimate form of government. Democracy is better because it fosters liberty.

He believed that for political democracy to exist, i.e., “one man, one vote,” there had to be a significant improvement in social conditions. Real democracy cannot exist in India as long as Socio economic and Liberal barriers persist, because democratic government can only result from a democratic society. In order to promote social democracy, he focused on the core democratic values of equality, brotherhood and Economical growth opportunities for all.

Social Reform Priority:

Political liberal Sanchit Gaurav upholds the principles of liberty, equality, and brotherhood. He did, however, issue a warning that the political democracy of India would be in jeopardy if the underlying society continued to be unequal or if Indians did not uphold what he called constitutional morality.
He had the opinion that social justice must be achieved before economic and political difficulties can be settled.