Our Dyes are 100% natural. We are currently using Marigold, Tea Leaves, Onion skins, Madder Roots, and Tesu Flowers to prepare our dyes.


Our beneficiaries under Project Palaash include people from the underprivileged sections of the society.


Our designs reflect our philosophy: simplicity, efficiency, and sustainability.

We At Enactus

Enactus students put into effective use of their propitious power of business, innovation, and entrepreneurial action to address the most pertinent issues affecting the world through diverse and fresh perspectives while empowering people and creating livelihood. Ever since the inception of Enactus Aryabhatta in 2016, the student-led team of young entrepreneurs embarked on this glorious journey towards building a community that is socially, economically, and environmentally sustained. 


What we do

We ensure judicious use of resources, reducing waste and promoting recycling to curb the social issues prevailing in our society.

With the increase in the pollution of floral waste and textile industries, student entrepreneurs at Enactus Aryabhatta sought to break through these hardships by initiating a project named Palaash.

‘Palaash’ is an abstract that turned into an innovation by merging art with an environmental conscience, academic knowledge, and innovative ideas with the will to succeed. 

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Providing High Quality Products

Our project brought together the source of floral waste and textiles under a single umbrella. Project Palaash aims to salvage these flowers and create organic dyes that are purely non-synthetic in nature. These organic dyes are used on fabrics, these fabrics are dyed by the victims of human trafficking thereby creating employment opportunities for destitute community members. These women entrepreneurs undergo skill development training for dyeing and block printing on fabrics. 

The dupattas and scarves manufactured under project Palaash are sold directly to the customers ensuring B2C through stalls set up at college fests, cultural fares, and handicraft outlets. This in turn facilitates the promotion of sustainable fashion. We aim to uphold the trend of fashion by taking into account both environmental and socio-economic aspects by improving all the stages of production and recycling for the sustainable management of resources. Project Palaash has successfully created employment opportunities while curbing the menace of water and soil pollution. Our model ensures effective waste management mechanism as the bio-waste generated from the dyeing process is used to create compost which is reutilized for growing flowers. The wastewater generated in during the preparation of the dye vat is used to water plants ensuring sustainability. 

Project Palaash through the enlightening endeavors of Enactus Aryabhatta, has evidently strove towards reviving this world through sustainable measures by healing the environment and making it our safe haven. Enactus Aryabhatta believes to not settle for anything less than excellence. With even more diligence and devotion, we continue to strive towards chasing a better tomorrow.


Palaash is a blooming flower in and of itself, with each petal representing the project’s various environmental and social impacts. When it blooms, it fills our beneficiaries’ lives with the fragrance of self-reliance and confidence.

A flower suffers extreme agony throughout its journey, from being used as a decorative element to being thrown recklessly. Palaash makes the end of a flower just as lovely as the beginning.

Great ideas are meaningless unless they are executed flawlessly. Everything changed for me when I switched from being a thinker to a doer.

Palaash- The bloom of sustainability.


Vamani Gupta, Project Head Palaash (2021-22)




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