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Burrp, an Indian city specific, lifestyle website

Friday, May 11, 2007

Burrp is an Indian lifestyle website that allows readers to write moderated reviews on the local city events, culture and lifestyle. Burrp also has a search capability that can search for restaurants, banks and other business establishments in the city (based on street address).

Burrp has slowly started catching up amongst many users in India and Indians all abroad. The alexa ranking for the same has steadily been growing.


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posted by cacheyourcash, 4:32 PM


Los Creador recently interviewed the founder of burrp.com, Mr. Deap Ubhi. From advice on being more capital efficient to starting his own venture fund, Deap shares it all. Read more about it at http://www.loscreador.com/2007/06/11/burrp-deap-ubhi-tells-lc-of-his-hunger-for-food-and-technology/
Well indeed burrp is catching up with users. There is another website which I find more useful for it has a more comprehensive list of restaurants and the searches are simpler.
Visit hungryzone.com
for more details
commented by Anonymous Anonymous, February 3, 2008 at 10:35 AM  
I agree Burrp is a amazing website. It had every thing which is reqiured to build a strong community of users. Burrp had a user who like share their experience and give reviews on everything they try new. It a place for outgoing people.
Similarly such people can uses website like clickindia.com or sysindia.com where they can sell or buy almost everything....
I myself using these websites since last 1 year...
commented by Anonymous rahul, May 23, 2008 at 1:32 AM  

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