Ever heard the name Hands of India? I first read about the founder sisters – Malyada and Ramya in ET Wealth . They grew up in a small town called Vrindaban. After graduating, their careers took them separate ways (a stint with the Indian Air Force and IT) and to different places but one thing stayed common – their love for fabrics and all things eco-friendly. That’s how Hands of India was born in 2006.
Hands of India may not be as popular as their relatively newer, online counterparts but their story has the strength to take them places. The connection at the grassroots will make all the difference with good marketing. I saw that they conduct regular exhibitions in Chennai and one recently in Bangalore as well.
Image courtesy: Hands of India