Activities · Exhibitions

Literacy India-‘Indha’ stalls at various commercial firms

The brand of Literacy India, Indha, on the occasion of Diwali got the opportunity to organise their stalls at the commercial firms like Taj Hotel Resorts & Palaces, American Express, Royal Bank of Scotland and Indigo airlines with a spread in three different cities – Kolkata, New Delhi and Gurgaon.

Diwali being the largest and brightest festival of India creates a memorable gifting experience for all buyers. Indha craft designed an eclectic array of exclusive handicraft items such as- scented candles, diyas, table runners, jewellery etc.

With a purpose to provide a wide range of products to be selected by the buyers to decorate their homes with candescent lights and diyas along with the best gifting items to exchange on the occasion, were prepared by Indha artisans displayed and sold at these various venues.

Founder of Literacy India, Captain Indraani Singh said, “Despite the day to day success every month there is a struggle to make payments, due to no capital investment. The response to the products has been really encouraging and our clients include companies like Gap, RBS, Microsoft etc. There is a lot of potential to scale up this enterprise. We now look forward to financial support through crowd funding platforms and donations from investors, so as, to take Indha Craft to a greater level.”

Commercial firms like Taj Hotel Resorts & Palaces, American Express, Royal Bank of Scotland and Indigo airlines, were quite impressed with this latest range and organized Diwali stall at their corporate avenues.

They also had a successful exhibition at radio channel 92.70 FM and deemed university BITS Pilani NSS Oasis Stall. An amazing positive response was noticed from the organizers and customers as well.

You can make a difference, as well. Every single purchase at Indha Craft, contributes to an artisan’s livelihood.

Indha Crafts, began its journey with the hope of creating a change and uplifting such women from their vulnerable & destitute conditions, through vocational training in tailoring & stitching.

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