Helion Ventures Partners is an Indian focused venture capital firm based in Mauritius.
Created in 2006, Helion was founded by Rahul Chandra, Ashish Gupta, Kanwaljit Singh and Sanjeev Aggarwal. The firm focuses on technology startups in the early to middle stages. According to The Economic Times, in 2012 Helion was India's "largest domestic venture capital firm".
The company has created four funds: a $140 million fund in 2006, a $210 million fund in 2008, a $255 million fund in 2012, and a $300 million fund in 2015. Although Helion is focused primarily on technology companies, it has also funded companies in the environmental technology, education, financial services, and health care sectors.
By January 2015, Helion had cashed out of three companies it had invested in. In 2010, MakeMyTrip had an initial public offering. In 2013, Naspers bought Redbus.in, and Moody's Investors Service bought Amba Research.