A loan of $475 helped to pay for purchasing a mixer grinder and raw materials like lentils, spices, pepper, salt, etc., for her badi business.


Kshirabdhi Tanaya's story

Kshirabdhi Tanaya is a 30-year-old divorced woman living with her parents and a son, who is 4 years old. After her divorce with her husband, she came back to her paternal house and started living with her parents, but she felt like a burden on her parents as her father already has the responsibility of other family members. She planned to help her father financially and started out as a small entrepreneur. She makes badi (a traditional local food item prepared from lentils, spices, salt, pepper, etc.) She takes orders from her customers and they pick up these products from her house. She has been doing this activity manually. She earns 4,000 Indian rupees (INR) per month from this activity, which is not sufficient for her family. Now, since she wants to grow her business, she requires a grinder and lentils and spices in bulk amounts.

Kshirabdhi Tanaya says, “I can earn up to 6,000 INR per month after adding a grinder and raw materials for my business.” She has requested a loan of 25,000 INR for purchasing a mixer grinder and raw materials like lentils, spices, pepper, salt, etc., for her business. She wants to help her father and send her son to a good school.



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