Social Curry

Bringing together Indian neighbourhoods

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Social Curry is a private social networking App designed for urban Indian dwellings. Use the App to know what’s happening within your society, around your neighbourhood and in your city.


Get to know your neighbours, start a discussion involving everyone or chat privately. Contribute to conversations that interest you. Join a group or start one to engage people with similar interests. Find service providers recommended by other residents.


Addresses are verified so that you can interact with other residents freely. Connect and participate to make your community stronger and your neighbourhood safer.


Apartment Complexes

Organize the community to better utilize shared resources

Gated Communities

Engage better and create shared resources for the community

Independent Homes

Know the people in your colony and share resources as a community



Know your neighbours


Private Messages



Service Providers



Saina Mehta

Saina Mehta

Great to feel at home!

I just moved in and feel right at home! The App shows me all my neighbours and the interest groups within my society. I can now keep up to date on the local scene and also meet with like minded families nearby.
Urvashi Kaul

Urvashi Kaul

Neighbours are a great help!

I found a math tutor through someone in my society and get lots of information on kid's activities and classes. Social Curry has made it really easy to tap into the local information network. Just log on and ask a neighbour!
Anupam Singhal

Anupam Singhal

Make your RWA truly representative!

Social Curry has boosted the RWA's engagement with residents. A secure platform with verified users, it allows us to discuss issues openly, keep people informed of new initiatives and take their opinion on important matters.

Get the App

Download the App from above or give us a missed call at 9555-71-00-33 to receive a SMS with a link

About Us

Social Curry was started with the goal of making all of the daily lives of Indians more fulfilling. We aim to help neighbours support one another in their day to day activities. Whether it be finding the ideal after school classes for their kids, growing your friend network, collaborating on issues that impact the community or organizing get-togethers that bring them closer.

We are driven to put in place a great platform to capture and share tribal knowledge that exists in each Indian neighbourhood, so all of us feel more at home in the places we live.


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Much of urban India lives in gated communities such as apartment complexes or in organized colonies. Social Curry aims to create India’s first “real” social network that helps nearby residents within these neighbourhood communities to connect and engage better. We are leveraging technology to help neighbours make the most of where they live making their neighbourhoods stronger and safer. Social Curry is an early stage product startup with a mobile app and a platform. Our product is a private social network for neighbors to get to know one another, communicate about local issues and leverage tribal knowledge to get access to valuable resources.
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Social CurryMonday, March 27th, 2017 at 6:36pm
#Gurgaon’s Shailee Shah is a 41-year-old teacher who trains Japanese women in Indian cuisine. She has a peculiar habit – she collects the mineral water bottles that her students leave behind in the class and fills those with drinking water which she, then, keeps in the fridge overnight. During the day, when she is not teaching, she can be seen distributing those refrigerated water bottles to passers-by for free. Most of these people include construction workers, domestic helps, people on the way to their offices, etc.

The idea to distribute water bottles occurred to Shah two years ago when she was accosted at a traffic signal by a boy who asked her to give her some water. As he quenched his thirst, Shah could see the satisfaction on his face. It made her realize that water is essential for life and nobody should be deprived of this basic necessity. That is why she has taken up the noble cause of giving relief to passersby from scorching heat.

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Social CurryFriday, March 24th, 2017 at 11:22pm
#Gurgaon’s long-distance runner, Abhishek Mishra, is rejoicing in his latest feat. He has already completed two Ironman triathlons, and now he has achieved successfully what very few are able to – the Ultraman or Ultra 515, one of the toughest endurance challenge races in the world. It entails a gruelling 10km ocean swim, over 400km of cycling and a double marathon (84km) run, to be completed in three days.

Abhishek quit his corporate job three years ago to focus on endurance race events. He started training for the Ultraman barely a year ago. His persistence and perseverance helped him prepare for the event in such a short span of time. Even during the race, he suffered a foot injury during its last leg, when he was just 16km away from the finish line. But his sheer will power kept him going, till he finally earned the title of Ultraman.

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Social CurryWednesday, March 22nd, 2017 at 7:23pm
Digantika Mitra is a #Gurgaon-based Googler who has earned a spot in the International Antarctic Expedition 2017, a global leadership programme that takes the participants to visit Antarctica and educates them about the impact of climate change. She is currently crowdfunding to raise INR 6 lakhs for her travel to this expedition.

After the programme, Mitra aims to lead in the growth of businesses and communities without compromising on the environment. She plans to develop programmes for students, corporate leaders and entrepreneurs to sensitize them about their role in climate change, and how they can improve the situation through sustainable development. She aims to achieve this by incorporating small changes and schedules into the lives of students and people in her community. These could go a long way in collectively creating a more sustainable world.

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Social CurryMonday, March 20th, 2017 at 6:33pm
The RWA of Palam Vihar in #Gurgaon turned civic guardian when it noticed a neglected dumpyard in the vicinity and decided to convert it into a sports centre for the residents. This dedicated area has a badminton court, a lawn tennis court and cricket pitches. The RWA is further planning to appoint coaches for these sports.

The project, worth INR 7 lakhs, solves a double purpose – it helps keep the area clean and free from mosquitoes and germs, and it also provides a safe haven for kids to indulge in outdoor activities. The residents have appreciated this initiative by the RWA as it makes their locality a better place to live in.

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Social CurryFriday, March 17th, 2017 at 6:34pm
#Gurgaon-based artist Nalini Bhargava once saw two slum kids watching wistfully other kids in uniform boarding a school bus. On probing further, she found out that the kids were keen to go to school, but their parents were daily wagers who could not afford to send them to school.

The chance encounter gave Bhargava a mission to impart free education, and training in basic life skills and personal hygiene to such underprivileged kids. This led to the inception of Shakuntalam Shiksha Kendra, an NGO founded by Bhargava.

Through the NGO, the 59-year-old artist started two schools in the city, the finances for which were raised by crowdfunding and selling her paintings. This NGO also gives these students basic literacy and guidance to be able to enroll in government schools. The brighter students are even admitted to private schools.

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Social CurryWednesday, March 15th, 2017 at 6:36pm
To mark International Women's Day, around 60 girl students participated in painting a 4,000 feet wall outside #Gurgaon police commissioner's office. They made graffiti and wrote messages pertaining to women safety, sexual harassment and road safety.

The girl students from Senior Secondary School, Khandsa, were joined by Gurgaon police commissioner, along with other senior officials, as they dedicated the wall to the cause of women. The girls were thrilled that they were leaving a permanent imprint of a positive message on the wall through their creativity.

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Friday, March 24th, 2017 at 8:19pm
#Gurgaon's Ironman shows endurance and grit to become the Ultraman
Monday, March 20th, 2017 at 3:31pm
#Gurgaon: Palam Vihar RWA converts a neglected dumpyard into a sports centre
Friday, March 17th, 2017 at 3:32pm
#Gurgaon artist provides the privilege of free education to underprivileged kids
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Wednesday, March 15th, 2017 at 3:32pm
Girls dedicate their graffiti on #Gurgaon commissionerate wall to women's safety.

Hiring Society Engagement Managers!

We are looking for the best and brightest to join our team! The Society Engagement Manager works with early adopters of the platform to help drive usage and downloads within societies. They ensure that the App becomes an indispensable tool for all interactions in the society and nearby.

The candidate should have marketing and communications experience ideally with a B2C company. They should have run or helped run on-ground promotional activities. Familiarity with using technology for promotion of events and activities including content generation. The candidate must have strong communication skills. Familiarity with Microsoft Office tools is required.

Candidate must be a resident of Gurgaon. May require occasional local travel.


  Send your resume  

Social Curry launches service in Gurgaon!

Social Curry has launched its neighbourhood app in Gurgaon! In the first phase, the solution will target a handful of societies helping the organization quickly learn from the user feedback. Full scale roll out across the city is expected later this year.

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