At its very core, the Samta Group is formed on three pillars of intentions: a disruptive mindset, environment friendly and sustainability approach, and a deep sense of social responsibility and ethics

Chairman’s Desk

Pillars of Intentions

by Purushottam Agrawal

30 Jan 2021

Instead of asking ourselves, “Why should we do it?” We ask ourselves, “Why not?” Many of our new businesses have risen from this very thought process.

At its very core, the Samta Group is formed on three pillars of intentions:
1. An innovative and disruptive mindset
2. Environment friendly and sustainability approach
3. Social responsibility and ethics


At the Samta Group, we are looking at how to change the game through innovation and new lines of businesses. Accordingly, you will find that everything we are doing is new and disruptive – almost everything has an element of “first” in it. We want to challenge the status quo so that it leads to new solutions. Even when we are performing the smallest or simplest of tasks, we consider “What can be done differently?” As a result, our Samta Group verticals were born out of opportunities that we actively created.


We take care of the environment while undertaking every project and are aware of our responsibility to protect it. Before a new venture is launched, we always ask ourselves “Is it a sustainable idea? Is it a renewable source?” We make business decisions using this prism and make sure all proposals or projects follow this belief that is crucial for our future.


We believe that social responsibility and ethics is a mindset one lives with 24×7 and is integral to all our decisions. Our work through Samta Foundation is as professionally and systematically run as any of our business ventures, which is crucial to ensure that the aid we provide reaches exactly where, when, and how it is needed and create value for our society by applying real-world solutions.

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