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Work like a captain. Party like a pirate.​

From Y2k to Web3 we’ve stayed relevant

From the ‘analog era’ in 1999 when Praxis was founded, to machine learning, artificial intelligence & virtual reality, we’ve stayed relevant till date…because neither humans have changed, nor their desire for stories. Only the mediums have multiplied. We address human emotions from a thriving ecosystem of diverse touchpoints. Transforming spaces into engagement areas. Crafting thumb-stopping content. Converting data into success stories. Powering brands to capture emotion.

Our Team

Being Praxian Means...


Be a Sport...

You’ll find us jumping into a vocally and physically demanding ‘gully-cricket’ series in the middle of a brainstorming session. Or playing football. And yes, we do have a dartboard with ample space to stick mug-shots of your ‘favourite’ person.

You Scratch Mine. I Scratch Yours.

Inclusivity is an exclusivity every Praxian is provided with, having a creative flair and say in all aspects. We thrive on an open platform that believes in sharing, discussing and evolving irrespective of the department or brief.

There Are Better Things to Do at Night.

After-hours could be the golden hours for some. But we believe that the best work happens when you are capable of giving your best anytime. Never otherwise. Trust us when we say that there are much better things to do at night.

Offline Is a Wonderful Thing.

Life inspires. Not Google. We believe in stepping out of the office and going on a tryst with life in its many forms. While we would like to maintain a tone of professionalism and say that this helps us observe behavior and trends, frankly, we’re just taking a break from what is and moving towards what could be.

The Underwear Awards.

Our in-house awards dedicated to the bazillion ideas that have given us innumerable pleasurable sensations… but have remained only ideas because of people on the other side of the table. It’s those big ideas that we honor every year. It’s like this – only you know how you feel in your favorite underwear.

No Food. No Army.

From those who blog about every morsel they taste to those who don’t even mind what they’re eating as long as it tastes good, food forms an intrinsic part of our culture. It’s a simple equation. If it’s ‘food for thought’ and ‘a penny for your thoughts’, then it’s definitely food that starts off the whole process.