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Pankhuri Srivastava, who works for women

Pankhuri Srivastava, head of Sequoia Capital-backed women-centric social community platform start-up, died on Friday following a cardiac arrest, her company reported on Monday. She was 32 years old. Issuing a statement on behalf of the company, it was said that, on 24 December 2021, we lost Pankhuri Srivastava due to sudden cardiac arrest. May his soul get salvation. Om Shanti Pankhuri Srivastava launched in 2019 for female members to socialize, explore and upskill through live interactive courses, expert chats and interest-based clubs. They also raised $3.2 million led by Sequoia Capital India’s accelerator program, Surge, and India Quotient and Taurus Ventures.

Prior to this, Srivastava co-founded rental startup Grabhouse, which was sold to online classifieds company Quikr in 2016 in a cash and equity deal. Several venture capitalists and top executives took to social media to condole Pankhuri Srivastava’s untimely death.

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These included Vani Kola, founder of Kalaari Capital, and Rajan Anandan, managing director of Sequoia India. The sudden death of Pakhundi Srivastava has completely broken his fans. From media to social media, people are paying tribute to his soul, praying for peace.

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