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About Us


The seeds of engineering prowess of our Group were sown in 1965 by Late Bhupendra Kumar Gupta (Grandson of Rashtra Ratna Late Shiv Prasad Gupt). Late Shiv Prasad Gupt financed the Indian freedom struggle and donated more than half of his wealth for the cause. His contribution to India in general and to the city of Varanasi, in particular is tremendous. To name a few, the Varanasi city hospital is named after him, he constructed the Bharat Mata Mandir and Kashi Vidyapeeth University. Moreover, he was the first donor to the Banaras Hindu University.


Continuing his legacy, the Swastik Group runs Akshar Gyan Dham Secondary School providing fully financed education to 170 underprivileged children of the locality.  Shiv Prasad Bhupendra Kumar Smriti Nyas is a charitable trust certified under 12A, 80G and CSR. The Group is also actively engaged with Ekal Vidyalaya and has adopted two of its schools for life.


Over the years, the Swastik Group has done Turnkey contracts in lift irrigation, Steel Fabrication,  Small Hydro-Electric Projects, Building Construction (industrial, commercial, institutional and residential). Since 2004 the group has focussed on commercial and residential Real Estate development and Horticulture.

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To satisfy our customers by delivering a compelling value proposition that is driven by the highest levels of quality, innovative concepts, creative design and flawless execution.


The air pollution and water contamination in north india is at alarming levels.The tipping point from where reversal of carbon generation and start of water conservation must begin is estimated to be the year 2025.

Someone has to make a start in this direction if we want to give our children clean air and water to survive. So why not we at Swastik create a Net Zero Carbon City.

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