9 Groundbreaking GPT-Based Models Developed in India

With 7.10% ChatGPT users, India is second only to the US with 15.7% users
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As enterprises around the world scramble to get on the AI train to integrate LLMs, conversational chatbots and other AI technologies, India has emerged as one of the largest adopters. With 7.10% ChatGPT users, India is second only to the US with 15.7% users.

With the kind of adoption seen in India, it’s no wonder that OpenAI CEO and founder Sam Altman has decided to visit India to meet OpenAI users, developers and partners, alongside AI enthusiasts around the world. Reports suggest that the growing popularity of AI-based GPT apps has not only translated to vast numbers of downloads in India, but it has also led to the creation of models based on OpenAI’s GPT API and a few Indian-origin models like ChatGPT.

Here’s a list of a few Indian-origin models based on OpenAIs ChatGPT, GPT-3.5, GPT-4 and others.


​​CoRover, a Bengaluru-based conversational AI platform, launched BharatGPT, a large language model that supports over 12 Indian languages and more than 120 foreign languages. This is in contrast to OpenAI’s ChatGPT, which only supports 95 languages and primarily understands instructions in English. 

Additionally, unlike ChatGPT, CoRover’s chatbot is capable of processing rich data such as images, audio, video, and maps alongside text. CoRover claims that BharatGPT has an accuracy level of 90%, while ChatGPT’s accuracy level has not been measured yet.


Chatsonic is a reliable AI chatbot supported by Google, unlike ChatGPT. It is ideal for creators in need of up-to-date information on current events. It includes footnotes for source verification and is powered by GPT-4, OpenAI’s latest model. Other features include voice dictation and AI image generation. You can try it with a free trial of 2,500 words and choose from monthly plans starting at $13 up to $1749 depending on the word limit.


GitaGPT is an AI chatbot created by Sukuru Sai Vineet, a Google India software developer. It uses GPT-3 technology to provide solutions to life’s questions by referencing the Bhagavad Gita. Users can ask queries on the GitaGPT app, and the chatbot responds by studying the teachings of the Bhagavad Gita.


Gupshup has introduced Auto Bot Builder, an advanced chatbot creation tool that utilises GPT-3, a powerful language model, to build chatbots specifically tailored to enterprise needs. Unlike ChatGPT, which is a general-purpose chatbot, Auto Bot Builder fine-tunes GPT-3 with proprietary enterprise knowledge and domain expertise, resulting in specialised chatbots. This no-code solution allows enterprises to leverage the latest advancements in AI technology and enhance customer engagement in their conversational experiences.

Gupshup is not just building chatbots powered by GPT-3 and GPT-4, it is also experimenting with GPT3.5 Turbo and Anthropic’s Claude, LLMs developed by Google and others.


Lexi is an AI chatbot powered by ChatGPT and launched by Velocity, a fintech company. Lexi aims to assist e-commerce founders by providing simplified business insights. Integrated with Velocity’s analytics tool, Velocity Insights, Lexi helps businesses track market spending, revenues, and more, with access to daily business reports via WhatsApp. With the integration of ChatGPT in the same WhatsApp interface, customers can now use Lexi, the AI chatbot, to get answers to their queries, enhancing their business operations. The announcement was made in an official blog post by Velocity.


KissanGPT is an innovative product that has gained attention. It’s an AI voice assistant for agriculture-related inquiries developed by Pratik Desai, the founder of Titodi. KissanGPT utilises the power of GPT3.5 and Whisper models, with a knowledge layer on top that is constantly updated through partnerships with agricultural universities in India. Currently supporting nine Indic languages and soon to add two more, KissanGPT aims to reach farmers worldwide, despite challenges in scaling and funding. While GPT-4 is available, Desai chose GPT3.5 to keep costs low, but acknowledges the potential of GPT-4 with multimodal capabilities for expanded use cases involving images.


Haptik, the conversational AI platform owned by Reliance Jio platforms, has announced its integration of OpenAI’s generative AI tool, ChatGPT, into its products. This move follows other Indian platforms like and in utilising GPT3.5 to enhance their offerings. Currently in beta stage, the integration will provide Haptik customers with features such as training AI-powered bots, analysing user sentiment, generating contextual responses, and creating customised use cases. The beta deployment of Haptik with ChatGPT has started and is now accessible to all customers, according to a statement by Haptik.

ChatGPT has prompted conversational AI companies to reevaluate their product strategies., for example, has been using language models (LLMs) for content generation, but with ChatGPT, they have expanded their use-cases and explored other LLMs beyond GPT-4, including Anthropic and Meta’s LLaMA. is also developing an in-house LLM tailored for enterprise use, which is set to be launched in the near future. The integration of ChatGPT has led to a swift evolution in’s roadmap, according to Jaya Kishore Reddy, co-founder and CTO of is a customer support platform that utilises artificial intelligence to provide scalable, round-the-clock support in multiple languages to global customers in the e-commerce, real estate, and banking sectors. 

Through its AI algorithms, which are built on specialised knowledge for each industry segment, the platform is able to automate support in 92% of cases. The company introduced a new AI feature that utilises ChatGPT to streamline customer interactions by reducing note-taking and data retrieval time. This feature enables agents to engage customers with undivided attention, using ChatGPT to summarise customer responses and provide personalised support efficiently.

Since its founding in 2015, has expanded its operations across India, Southeast Asia, and the Middle East, with plans to enter the US market. The company has received recognition for its achievements, including being named one of India’s top 25 SaaS companies and winning Gartner’s 2019 Cool Vendor Award for conversational marketing.

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Shyam Nandan Upadhyay
Shyam is a tech journalist with expertise in policy and politics, and exhibits a fervent interest in scrutinising the convergence of AI and analytics in society. In his leisure time, he indulges in anime binges and mountain hikes.

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