Banking on growth & expansion

A self-made entrepreneur, Navin M Raheja, Chairman and Managing Director Raheja Developers Limited started his career with less than $ 100, and today he is executing projects worth over $ 2 billion.

Born to Yagyabrahma Shrimati Krishna Raheja and late Shri Maheshwar Nath Raheja, an Indian Government servant, he started his career in 1978 with a scooter agency and experimented with diverse businesses viz finance, electronics, computers, travel agency, import agencies before finally settling with real estate after about a decade. Mr Raheja is currently the Chairman of advisory council of National Real Estate Development Council (Naredco), of real estate committee of FICCI and an eminent executive member of Assocham and CII. Mr Raheja’s passion for the wildlife has been detrimental in successfully pioneering rehabilitation of Leopard and Tiger Cubs in the wild. His wildlife films are weekly telecast on national and international channels and articles largely featured across many magazines. Mr. Raheja’s stewardship and dedication of his team has led to Raheja Developers, India’s top real estate company, in bagging over 75 prestigious national and international awards. Mr Raheja is also the recipient of Life Time Achievement Award in Real Estate Industry by DNA Presents Real Estate & Infrastructure Awards.

Raheja Developers Limited was incorporated in the year 1990, which is now one of the largest in the Real Estate Industry with projects all over India. It enjoys a strong presence in the NCR region, specializing in offering luxury for reasonable costs, excellent customer care levels with highest customer satisfaction index and the highest imaginable standards for the welfare of its staff, society as well as for the environment. Raheja is the most awarded and adjudged best developer in India for the last three consecutive years. The brand has been recently honoured with 9th CIDC Vishwakarma Awards 2017, excellence in delivery award for one of the renowned projects “Raheja Vedaanta” and many more in the past.

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