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With curated and personalised designs, Tarishi & Nivesh's Ajoobaa is the go-to for all your cute and handmade children's clothes needs!
With curated and personalised designs, Tarishi & Nivesh’s Ajoobaa is the go-to for all your cute and handmade children’s clothes needs!
Ajoobaa’s vision is ‘to fulfil untapped handmade fashion needs through virtual skilled manpower pool of under-utilised, rural and old demographic dividend.’ We deal in manufacturing handmade crochet and knitted kids-wear through a network of lady artisans sitting at home. And we give them raw material and necessary wherewithal required to knit or crochet. We also have plans to diversify into women’s and men’s handmade couture in near future.
On their website here, or on their Facebook page here.
Or you can also find them on FirstCry, Amazon, and Flipkart. If you’re in Sonipat, Haryana, you can directly visit them, and choose from their collection!
My maternity leave was the stepping stone to start crocheting full time which I had learnt in the past. The feeling of creating a cute product out of yarn was so magical it motivated me to craft more products. However, the hurdle was handmade products take time. To counter this, we connected with rural artisans. Then, we created a virtual network of skilled team members so the artisans get their share. Plus, the customers’ demand of handmade apparels is also met on time.
People like us for a lot of reasons. Our products are handmade in India with each and every thread carefully woven with love and passion. The designs are unique and curated with utmost perfection so that standardisation and processes are followed.
Most importantly we have come up with a network of skilled lady artisans, thus, eliminating the problem of turnaround time which used to be higher. Lastly we are doing our bit for the society by generating employment for all age groups. Our crocheters range from 21-year-old girls to 70-year-old ladies. They get the work all year round while in the comfort of their homes.
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Actor Sonali Kulkarni apologized after facing the ire of netizens for her insensitive remark; stating that a lot of women in India are ‘lazy’.
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Not all business ventures require a hefty amount to be set up. Here are 9 best business to start with little money, yes, as little as ₹10000!
Not all business ventures require a hefty amount to be set up. Here are the 9 best business to start with little money, yes, as little as ₹10000!
Every one has entrepreneurial ideas, don’t we? Mine was to open an organization that hosted events wherein kids from orphanages and elderlies from old-age homes were brought together.
It was unique, at least that is what my professor told me. But the amount of money as capital made it a distant dream. Sigh! But are there any ventures which need little money? Can we start our entrepreneurial journey with just ₹10000?
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