Rajan Anandan

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Rajan Anandan

NameRajan Anandan

Personal Life

Education MSc
Caste Brahmin
Religion Hinduism
Nationality Indian
Profession Angel Investor & Former Google MD South Asia
Birth Place New Delhi,  India

Physical Appearance

Height 5 feet 8 inches
Weight 62 kg (approx.)
Body Measurements Chest 40 inches, Waist 30 inches, Biceps 12 inches
Eye Color Black
Hair Color Black


Colour White & Black
Place Switzerland, Berlin, Zurich & London
Foods Biryani, Dhokla, Mattar-Paneer & Cheese Chilli
Actress Sushmita Sen
Actor Anil Kapoor

Rajan Anandan is an Indian Angel Investor, Businessman, and Executive from New Delhi, India. Meanwhile, he is Google India’s MD in South Asia. Still, Rajan resigns from his current role. In fact, he decides to join the Silicon Valleybased Sequoia Capital. Actually, it is a Venture Capital Organization.

Early life

This Business Executive was born in 1966 in New Delhi, India. At Present, Rajan Anandan’s age is about 53 years old in 2019. Rajan is a bright student in his school days. He attracts towards technology development. Later on, he moves to the United States for his higher education. In fact, Rajan did his BSc (Mechanical Engineering) from Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Then, he has earned his MSc in Manufacturing and System Engineering at Stanford University.


Mr. Anandan invests in the early age start-ups. As of now, he has provided support to more than 80 startups. The list includes Unacademy, Druva, and Capillary Technologies. On the other hand, Rajan worked for Google for 8 years. In that time, he tries to build an internet ecosystem for the organization.

He is also responsible for driving growth for Google India. Furthermore, Anandan stays with the company for the month. In the meantime, Vikas Agnihotri who is responsible for country sales becomes the interim Managing Director. The President of Google Asia Pacific Scott Beaumont wishes him luck for the future. Apart from that, Rajan indulges in funding task with the Sequoia Capital. He plans to invest around $1.5 million in the start-ups of the South Asian countries.