- Flipkart ($3.2 billion)
Flipkart is the topmost funded startup. Flipkart is an e-commerce company and raised fund upto $3.2 billion.
- Snapdeal ($1.76 billion)
India’s second highest funded startup is snapdeal which is an e-commerce company having raised $1.76 billion.
- Ola ($1.23 billion)
Ola is India’s cab company in the market. Ola has raised $1.23 billion.
- Paytm ($740 million)
The demonetization has given the a space to grow in the market and it has raised $740 million.
- Quikr ($346 million)
Quikr is widely used to buy the second hand things in a cheap rate. And Quikr has raised $346 million.
- Big Basket ($246 million)
BigBasket is online food and grocery store and it has raised $246 million.
- OYO ($230 million)
Oyo helps to get hotels in a standard budget and it has raised $230 million.
- Zomato ($223 million)
The restaurant discovery and search app, that forayed into food delivery last year, has raised $223 million.
- InMobi ($220 million)
InMobi is a mobile advertising startup and has raised $220 million.
- Car Trade ($188 million)
Car Trade is a online marketplace of new and used cars and has raised $188 million.