Avneesh Chhabra is the founder of The Perfect Mind, one of the world’s most powerful platforms, designed to cater to the needs of the most ignored section of the society.
Sure to have an eye for technology since his teenage years and having assembled a computer in less than 2 mins 30 seconds and also invented a Hindi font at the age of 15, Avneesh has always run after his passion. While growing up, he had started finding textbooks boring and had grown an interest in photography and music production. He pursued the same for a few more years after which he left college and took over his 179-year-old family business of saffron.
While he indulged himself in Baby Saffron, he launched two startups in 2014 and 2015- Pitstop, a car service booking app and Contag that unified social connections to one ID. He soon had to shut both down as managing both startups and his family business was challenging. With a never-ending love for technology, he went on to initiate technology and innovation in Baby Saffron by automating the production of saffron through state-of-the robotics and inventing and patenting the machine in 2019 to do the same.
Having achieved so much by the age of 31, he also started questioning himself about why people function in the society the way they do today and more specifically he questioned the functioning of a human mind. In 2018, he experienced a spiritual awakening and soon discovered mind healing. “It changed my life profoundly and although questions still linger, it did make me realise that building dreams of underprivileged kids would make me happy,” says Chhabra.
With a stern belief in the project and his intent of letting each kid enjoy his/her passion for free made The Perfect Mind what it is today. He kept emphasizing on the power of technology and how he could create something of incalculable worth out of it, and as it turns out, his audience seemed to think so too.