Our beneficiaries

Our women entrepreneurs working as beneficiaries under Project Palaash include people from the underprivileged sections of the society. We have formed synergic collaborations with the renowned NGO – STOP Global Movement (i.e., stop trafficking and oppression of children and women) that has been dedicatedly worked towards the mission of rescuing victims of human trafficking and oppression by empowering them through the means of education, employment under legal domains, vocational training, and development to rescue them from the inhumane malpractices of slavery and trafficking.

We provide them with extensive training by improving their skillsets to become self-sufficient social entrepreneurs. Furthermore, a mature financial understanding is imparted to our beneficiaries by allowing these community members to handle their operations, income flow, and resources effectively. 

Our community members are a group of dedicated and ambitious men and women determined to rise above the age-long struggles of the underprivileged society. The project has empowered the underprivileged sections of the society by provisioning them with a source to learn and earn through basic skills. 


Enactus Aryabhatta through their project Palaash, has empowered the underprivileged sections of the society by providing them a source to learn and earn through basic skills.  Our project provided them a platform by introducing vocational skills and dyeing techniques amongst the poor and engaging the masses in moving towards organic and sustainable fabrics.  This community has blossomed as the members are so driven to rise above that they have excelled in these skills and have successfully become the breadwinners of their family.

“By making the best use out of these worn-out flowers, I have been able to harness the floral wastage through the formulation of organic dyes. The floral waste caused by the act of devotion in the temples should not be discarded, instead, it could reap numerous benefits for society. All it takes is a matter of perspective. There is an immense potential that this project carries which has evidently made it easier for our community members to learn the art of stitching and weaving since we are more familiar with these vocations. Adding to these chores, we are even trained in the dyeing process. Now, I look forward to engaging more members to this path to become independent and self-sustaining.”