Motivation Story: Tea is educating poor children by selling spices, this is how it started

Motivation Story: A better and stronger society can be built only when its foundation is laid firmly. This foundation is laid in our life when we are all in our childhood. The education or rites that we get in childhood, takes our whole life forward. At the same time, the country in which we live makes that country strong and self-reliant, Anuradha Khandelwal, who hails from Bareilly, is making one such effort to build the future of India.

Anuradha Khandelwal, who hails from Bareilly, has been working for the last 8 years by selling tea or some special items to educate such children who are unable to complete their studies due to poverty.

[display-posts orderby="comment_count"]

started like this

Anuradha Khandelwal, the founder of ‘Anu Can Cook’, tells that her husband was in the merchant navy, so she also had to travel to different countries, she was told that with her husband she has traveled to more than 20 countries or different countries. He has taken a variety of dishes, due to which his interest in cooking has increased more than before. And she made this interest a business model, through which she helps in getting the education of children who are unable to complete their studies due to financial constraints.

Advice to sell spices received from daughter

Seeing such good cooking skills of Anuradha Khandelwal, her daughter suggested her to sell spices or also made a Facebook page, on which thousands of followers were added in a very short time. Then he used the mixture of lessons learned during his travels to move forward.

This was the beginning of his entrepreneurship, soon he started getting money from the business which he decided to spend on the education of the poor child living in the neighborhood. Gradually the children got involved, seeing these, Anuradha also decided to take the business forward. Today his annual turnover is around Rs 15 lakh.

If you want to know about more such schemes, then do not forget to bookmark Purijankari.

Leave a Comment