This is how it started- Pabiben’s talent flourished when she presented bags made by her hand to some foreign guests who attended her wedding. In a special interview to English business channel CNBC-TV18, she told, ‘I was thinking what to give to the foreign guests who came to my wedding, then I presented my hand made bag to them. He liked that bag so much that he named it Pabibag. (Also read- Started selling samosas after leaving Google’s job, today is the owner of more than 50 lakhs)
, With this gift, Pabiben’s skills were not limited to Kutch or India only, but through those foreigners, the magic of his skills spread abroad as well.
, He then started the business with an initial capital of Rs 20-25 thousand. After this he got a big order of 70 thousand rupees. After that his business picked up pace.
, their website pabiben.com is also. They get big orders from abroad on this. 50-60 women of the village have joined them. It also works part time. At present, the turnover of his company has reached 20-22 lakh rupees. (Also read: Started the business of renting Pandits in 50 lakhs, can earn crores)
Fast growing business Pabiben says, “My husband Laxmanbhai Rabari encouraged me a lot in taking forward my work. I also joined other talented young women and women of my village to advance them financially. Today 50-60 women of my village have joined my work. My aim is to be able to add 500 women with me.
Used to run the house by filling water by going to people’s house- There came a time in Pabiben’s life, when after the death of her father, the responsibility of raising two daughters suddenly fell on her mother’s head. To lighten the burden of her mother, she used to do the work of filling water in people’s homes for just one rupee. (Also read- International Women’s Day: This woman created a company of 25 crores in 1.5 years)
Pabiben says, When I realized my mother’s responsibilities on regaining consciousness, at that time I used to do the work of painting and filling water in the houses of others to help her. At that time, I used to get only one rupee for filling a gallon of water in the houses of others. Then I learned my traditional embroidery work from my mother and today my work has progressed so far that not only I am standing on my own feet but also helping other women of my village to become financially prosperous. I am trying
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