Two Indian Women Entrepreneurs as Finalists for 2018 Cartier Entrepreneurship Award

It feels good when you see Indians being recognized for their work, especially when they are women. Two Indian women entrepreneurs will be among the 16 finalists from the Asia-Pacific region world to join in the prestigious Cartier Entrepreneurship Award ceremony in Singapore in April this year.

Cartier Women’s Initiative Awards

The Cartier Women’s Initiative Awards started in 2006, as a joint initiative  by Cartier, the Women’s Forum, McKinsey & Company and INSEAD business school to encourage women entrepreneurs. Six women are honoured every year (one from each continent Asia & Pacific, Europe, Latin America, Middle East and North Africa, North America, Sub-saharan Africa) for their role in their start-up businesses. The prize includes a place on an INSEAD Executive Programme, a US$100,000 Grant (money), international media exposure and networking and coaching opportunities.

Two Indian nominations

Swati Pandey of Arboreal Agro Innovations and Kristin Kagetsu of Saathi Inc have been nominated this time for this prestigious award. Lets know more about these two young entrepreneurs:

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Meet Delhi Based Entrepreneur Deepanjali Dalmia: Founder of Heyday, Eco-friendly Sanitary Pad Brand

She is Deepanjali Dalmia from Delhi. A Columbia University graduate in Economics and Psychology, she left her lucrative job as a financial consultant at Ernst & Young (New York) in 2015 only with the intention of starting something on her own in the personal hygiene sector. Her family thought that she would launch her own soap or detergent brand. Little did her family members knew that she wanted to create her own organic eco-friendly sanitary pad brand for all India women.

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When she quit her job in 2015, she knew from the beginning that she will have to overcome many challenges. But, she was clear in one thing that once her product was launched, it would fill the huge gap that is seen in the menstrual hygiene segment. After 2 years of dedication and hard work, she finally set up her entrepreneurial firm “Heyday” in September 2017. It is a manufacturing firm which produces organic, eco-friendly sanitary pads for women. She is just 26 years old. At this young age, she had to fight against many society taboos to set up her organic firm and it was not so easy.

Deepanjali says, “I strongly believe that we have two homes — our bodies and the environment — and we must take care of both”.

Continue reading “Meet Delhi Based Entrepreneur Deepanjali Dalmia: Founder of Heyday, Eco-friendly Sanitary Pad Brand” India’s Unique Job Portal for Women Offering Work from Home Jobs was incepted in the year 2014 as the only job portal in the country to provide wonderful work-from-home opportunities and part-time job opportunities for women, which they can do conveniently from their home and earn money.


The basic objective behind the launch of this job portal is that it wants women of India from all nooks and corners of the country, from all walks and phases of life to be empowered, self-financed and independent.

The Need…

In India, 50% of our population comprises women. According to a World Bank report, India ranks 120th among 131 nations in women workforce. It is reported that the country had one of the lowest female participation in the workforce. While we see women have made remarkable mark in various fields, be in politics, science, technology, music, art, literature, education, sports, and others, however, this comprises a very small percentage of Indian women population.  Indian women do make a contribution to the economic parameters of the nation but most of their contributions to the economy have not been accounted for.  And we see a huge number of educated young girls giving up their professional career for family obligations, for looking after kids, in-laws, or for other issues. We have seen under many circumstances, women tend to give up their passion, dreams, professional lives only to remain as a “housewife”.  So, in India, a huge section of women population is financially dependent on others, as a result of which we can say that they are not empowered.

Women empowerment through

While all others talk of women empowerment, Ajat Shatru, the young dynamic industrialist and CEO of has actually made women empowerment possible with the launch of this job portal. This is a job portal which caters to only jobs that can be done from home.  It is a portal which has more than 5 lakh registrations of women professionals of various skills, background, education and experience who are looking for wonderful work-from-home opportunities. It is a portal with a database of more than 500 eminent employers who are actually looking from women professionals that can work-from-home. And, it also provides online training on various skills for women to upgrade themselves and look for better job opportunities.

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Start your own business…

Along with, Ajat Shatru launched a sister concern Women in Business in 2016. There are many women in the country, who are talented and skilful but their skills remain hidden within themselves. Keeping in mind this section of our society, was launched. This portal is launched with the objective of helping women to launch their own business. Any woman with her hobby or skill or talent, right from designing to baking to craft making to painting can now be an entrepreneur. All they need is to register on the site, display their products, get them sold online and earn money.

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Wonderful jobs and business opportunities for women 

Both and are conceived to touch the lakhs of Indian women who are not working at present and have the desire to work and earn. Whether you are housewife or a new mom, whether you are presently working or not working, whether you are a retired professional or a fresh graduate, you will find a whole range of work-from-home opportunities, part-time, flexible jobs by registering at Similarly, if you have the desire to start something of your own, if you feel that your skill can be utilised in a better way, and you want to be an entrepreneur, then register on the site This is the right platform where in women who are not working at present can get jobs of their choice, be they in urban towns and cities or remote rural villages, and earn a decent income for the family.

The unique concept of this platform to offer ample part-time, flexible and work-from-home job opportunities for women has made this portal a reliable and popular one within a very short frame of time. In 2017, was designated as one of the most promising job portals for women. It follows a professional approach towards women empowerment..

2017 Forbes’ Top 100 Powerful Women in the World Includes 5 Indian Women

Every year, Forbes magazine releases its list of top 100 powerful women in the world in various fields. It is a matter of great pride for Indians that this year 2017, in the Forbes’ list of the “World’s Most Powerful Women”, there are five Indian women. These women have carved their own name in this male dominated society of ours in their respective fields. They symbolize the spirit of modern Indian women who are independent, spirited, self-reliant, ambitious and resilient. They have risen through ups and downs in lives and have managed to earn recognition and praise, not only in India but also globally. They are known to be great influencers and transforming the face of Indian women.

In order to choose the top 100 powerful women of the year, Forbes uses four metrics: Money, Media presence, Spheres of influence and Impact. These metrics are then analysed both within the context of the respective field of each women (technology, business, media, philanthropy, politics and finance) and outside of it.

Here, we present before you 5 Indian women who are among the top 100 powerful women in the world.

Chanda Kochhar, CEO & MD, ICICI Bank (Rank 32)

She is leading among the Indian ladies at rank 32 this year. A master’s degree in management studies from Jamnalal Bajaj Institute of Management Studies and a cost accountant from Institute of Cost Accounts of India, Chanda Kochchar started her career with ICICI in 1984. She joined as a Management Trainess and today she is the MD and CEO of ICICI. The 55-year-old banker, a leading businesswoman in India’s financial sector, has always been lauded nationally and internationally with several awards. In 2011, she was conferred India’s highest civilian award Padma Bhushan. She is also the first Indian woman to receive the Woodrow Wilson Award for Global Corporate Citizenship in 2016. She has always been featured in Fortune’s list of Most Powerful Women in Business since 2005. In 2010 too, she was in the list of Forbes’ Powerful women in the world. She featured in Business Today’s Most Powerful Women in 2011. She was also in Time magazine’s list of the 100 Most Influential People in the World. Her rank was number 1 on the Fortune List of 100 Most Powerful Women in Asia Pacific in 2015. In 2017, Chanda Kochhar featured in Business World magazine’s ‘Most Influential Women’ list and was referred as an evergreen woman leader.

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Roshni Nadar Malhotra, Executive Director and the CEO of HCL Enterprise (Rank 57)

Roshni Nadar Malhotra is the Executive Director and the CEO of HCL Enterprise. She is the daughter of HCL’s founder, Shiv Nadar. A graduate from Northwestern University and Masters in Business Administration from the Kellogg School of Management, she being the only child of Shiv Nadar, joined her father’s business and within 1 year of joining, she became the executive director and CEO of HCL Corporation. She is also a trustee of the Shiv Nadar Foundation. In 2014, she was awarded NDTV’s Young Philanthropist of the Year and Vogue India’s ‘Philanthropist of the Year’ award. Under the Shiv Nadar Foundation, she also chairs VidyaGyan Leadership Academy.

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Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw, Chairman and Managing Director of Biocon Limited (Rank 64)

She is the chairman and managing director of Biocon Limited, a biotechnology company based in Bangalore. She is also the chairperson of IIM-Bangalore. She was the first Indian lady to study Malting and Brewing course in Australia’s Federation University, way back in 1974. She worked in various companies based in Kolkata, Baroda, Melbourne, till she started a joint venture with Ireland’s Biocon Biochemicals Limited. She soon established its Indian arm and now, she is the chairman and MD of the company. Surprisingly, her company was initially operational in her garage of her rented house in Bangalore in 1978, and today it is the best known biotechnology company in the whole country. She single-handedly took independent control of this company in a span of 20 years. She has also developed cost-effective techniques and lower-cost medicines for cheap healthcare facilities. She is also a great humanitarian. She was involved in the development of Arogya Raksha Yojana with Devi Shetty of Narayana Hrudayalaya to establish clinics to offer care, generic medicines and medical tests for the poor and needy. More than 300,000 are treated by these facilities per year. When her husband and mother got affected by cancer, she established a 1,400-bed cancer care centre in Bangalore under the Mazumdar-Shaw Medical Foundation in 2009.

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Shobhana Bhartia, Chairperson and Editorial Director of the Hindustan Times Group (Rank 92)

She inherited the Hindustan Times Group from her father, industrialist KK Birla. Today, HT group is one of the country’s leading newspaper and media houses, and she is the Chairperson and Editorial Director of the group. A graduate from Calcutta University, she joined Hindustan Times as the first woman chief executive of a national daily in 1986. It was her efforts which transformed the face of the newspaper as a ‘bright, young paper’ of today. She raised over Rs. 4 billion through a public equity launch of HT Media in 2005. She looks after editorial and financial aspects of the paper. In 1996, the World Economic Forum presented the Global Leader of Tomorrow award to her. The PHD Chamber of Commerce & Industry awarded her Outstanding Business Woman of the Year in 2001. National Press India Award was awarded in 1992. She was one of the first Padma Shri award nominees in 2005 for journalism. She also served as a nominated member of the Rajya Sabha from 2006 to 2012.

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Priyanka Chopra, Actor & Film producer (Rank 97)

She was Miss World 2000. Today, she has many crowns in her head. She is an actor, a singer, a producer and a philanthropist. Today, Priyanka Chopra is one of the country’s highest-paid actors and also one of the few Indian actors who has made a mark in Hollywood. She is the first Indian to act as the protagonist in an American network drama series. She is young and ambitious and has bagged a number of awards, including one National Film Award and five Filmfare Awards. She was also awarded Padma Shri by the Government of India in 2016. Time Magazine featured her on the 100 most influential people in the world list. She is working with the UNICEF for the last ten years. In 2010 and 2016, she was also the national and global UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador for Child Rights. She has already released three albums. Today, she is also a film producer. Her production company is Purple Pebble Pictures, which released the celebrated 2016 Marathi film, Ventilator.

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It is a matter of pride that Indian women are honoured globally. They are unstoppable and exemplary in their own ways and they are indeed role models to thousands of women across the nation to get inspired and to be followed.

While we salute these Indian women for making the country proud, we at provides all the necessary support for women to work from home, earn, be financially independent and at the same time maintain a complete family and work-life balance. Come and Join for the best part-time job opportunities.

Successful Indian Women Entrepreneurs with their Successful Online Start-Ups


Who does not want to be successful in life? When you have achieved your dreams, it means you have achieved success in your life. For all women out there, do you have any dreams in life that need to be fulfilled? Do you feel like moving away from the monotonous life of yours and do something for yourself? Do you have the passion and drive to do something that gives you name, fame, money and gives you inner satisfaction?

Read on to know the stories of these successful business women who have carved a name in their lives through their own efforts and hardwork. They are just one among us and have set an example for others to follow by setting up their own online businesses which are popular and successful.

Here are the 5 successful Indian women entrepreneurs from Indian start-up ecosystem  

Aditi Gupta: Founder of Her website deals with women menstrual problems. It was her own personal experiences that made her to come up with this innovative online platform where women can read, share, find remedies of all issues related to menstruation. Infact, the website has been designed in such a way that it is handy even for a little girl to get guidance on puberty and menstruation with comic illustrations. Her website has become an encyclopedia for many thousands of young girls and women, educating on a topic which is otherwise been considered as a taboo in Indian society.

Anisha Singh: She is the founder and CEO of An MBA degree holder from the USA, she started her career initially by working in Capitol Hill helping women entrepreneurs raise funding for innovative women-led businesses. Then she worked in a software company in Boston, where she was engaged in designing e-learning ecosystems. Later, she started her own venture by launching Her concept was different from others. She did not launch a regular ecommerce portal. Rather, she launched a website that provides deals and discounts for various products, services and brands. Today, the website is India’s biggest marketing platform. She is very supportive of women. She has gone through many ups and downs in life but has successfully sailed through as she had the courage to face her fears.

Ankita Gaba: She is a multi-tasking woman. She is a lecturer, a consultant, a media strategist and an entrepreneur. A Business Management degree holder from Wilson College, Mumbai and an MBA in marketing from Welingkar Institute of Management, she worked in the Public Relations Industry earlier, managing public relations for celebrities and movies. In 2008, she started her first venture, Superchooha, one of country’s first social media agencies. Later on in 2011 she started another website. She is the co-founder of This online platform is an open forum and a major source of knowledge repository for thoughts, ideas and dialogues about social media scenario in the country. The portal was sold to private investors for Rs. 2-3 crores in 2015. She is also a speaker and faculty for social media courses at various colleges under Mumbai University. She was listed in the “Global Top 100 Social Media Agencies and Consultants” in 2012-13. She won “The Social Media Entrepreneur of the Year Award” by Wat Awards in 2013.

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Meet Rajlakshmi D Borthakur, Founder and CEO of TerraBlue XT, a Social Entrepreneur with a Difference

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Her name is Rajlakshmi Borthakur. She is a Bengaluru-based entrepreneur, originally from Assam. In the recently concluded Global Entrepreneurship Summit held in Bangalore, Ivanka Trump, in her inaugural address, specifically mentioned three businesswomen who represented the ambition, vision, and determination of every woman entrepreneur in the world. One of them is an Indian and she is none other than Rajlakshmi Borthakur.

Let us know more about this promising entrepreneur of India

She is not an engineer by profession. But her invention is something that only an engineer can think of. She had 18 years of experience in the IT industry and was involved in training, programming and writing. But she left her job to start her own entrepreneurial venture to manufacture a device that can help epilepsy patients and caretakers. She is the Founder and CEO of TerraBlue XT and is known as a social entrepreneur with a difference.

Her invention and entrepreneurial venture

It was not easy for her to start her venture. She had a secured job. But she was also a mother, a mother of an epileptic child, whose epilepsy attacks used to disturb her a lot. At times, her son had those attacks when no one was at home and there was nothing to help her detect the seizure before it was too late. As a mother, her prime concern was her son. Thus, she left her job and started spending time doing research on epilepsy, how can it be controlled, how can it be forewarned and so on.

This led to the invention of TJay Gloves, named after her son Tejas. TJay gloves are not ordinary gloves. These are smart gloves that predict epilepsy seizures before they happen. These are designed in such a way that these can track blood pressure, heart rate, body temperature, and brainwave activity of the patient and can give a signal as to when the next seizure can take place.

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Five Things of Women Entrepreneurship that the Modi Government Should Stress On

In the recently concluded Global Entrepreneurship Summit (GES) in Hyderabad, Prime Minister Narendra Modi stressed a lot on women empowerment and women entrepreneurship in India. Considering women as incarnation of “Maa Shakti”, he said, “We believe women empowerment is crucial to our development”.

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But when it comes to statistical data, India still has to go a long way to be a country where all or most of the women are empowered. According to the Sixth Economic Census, out of the 58.5 million entrepreneurs, only 8.05 million are women entrepreneurs, which is just 13.76 percent of the total entrepreneurs in the country. Only 10% of entrepreneurial ventures are launched by women in India, as of now.

What is the reason for such a low growth? What are the problems faced by women entrepreneurs in our country? What steps should the government take for growth in women entrepreneurship?

  1. Access to capital: The first hurdle is of course access to capital to get the business started. The majority of women entrepreneurs have had to rely on their own self-generated finances and savings. Not all women get the benefit of inherited property. Bank loans and grants are more easily available only when the business becomes established. There are many who have dreams of starting something on their own but their dreams get shattered due to lack of funds to start their business. If the government of India provides easy access to capital and finances for women, it would go a long way in helping women entrepreneurs.
  2. Mentoring:All women need mentoring when they take the plunge of starting something. This becomes all the more necessary when you belong to a family where there is no member having any previous experience on doing business. With proper guide and support, it becomes easy for a woman to start up a venture. Hence, the GOI should support women entrepreneurs with proper mentorship and organizing awareness programs, workshops, seminars with focus on women entrepreneurship so that women entrepreneurs know that the governmental support is available for mentorship and guidance. While we do see a significant presence of women in the SME sector who have taken up various business initiatives to make some extra money, such enterprises can expand more only when they have access to mentorship. The government should start providing mentors to women entrepreneurs if it really is looking for women empowerment and entrepreneurship in the country in a bigger way.
  3. Licensing policies: Another effort that the government should take into consideration to encourage women entrepreneurship is to provide a single window for licenses. At present, women face lot of hurdles for registrations and paper works and maintaining documents. Too many licenses are required to start a business for which one has to go to various government bodies. There are many who do not opt for entrepreneurship solely because of the hurdles involved in the registration process. Hence, the government should provide the benefit of single window licensing for women entrepreneurs to start their business.
  4. Focus on learning: Modi government has already started the “beti padhao, beti bachaocampaign”. Beyond that, the government should also make the facilities for learning and education in all business aspects easily accessible to women across the country. There are not enough opportunities for women to learn about trading or businesses or they are not properly educated to make the ones they run viable. Make learning accessible to all, not only for the young girls but also for women who want to start their own business. It is necessary for Government to provide training to women entrepreneurs to set up their own bank accounts, to make them digitally advanced and to access the internet so as to expand their business on their own.
  5. Proper safety issues:Another factor that should be taken care of by the government at the outset is the safety of women. Women safety should be taken into priority by the government if the country really needs to be developed in all aspects. A woman when she moves out of her house and enters the world of male dominated society, she needs to assured that she is well-protected in the outside world. Only then more and more women can come forward. As women entrepreneurs, they need to go out for various issues related to their business. But with increase in the number of rapes, assaults, molestation in the country, not all women dare to move out of their homes. We cannot talk of women empowerment when women are not safe. The government needs to ensure safety of women, make them feel safe when they travel and face the world outside with pride and dignity.

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Top 6 Policies Adopted by Hindustan Unilever to Maintain Work Life Balance

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Top 6 Policies Adopted by Hindustan Unilever to Maintain Work Life Balance

Hindustan Unilever (HUL), India’s largest FMCG company, has introduced certain policies in order to maintain the perfect balance between professional and personal lives for the overall betterment of its employees. These are wonderful work-life balance initiatives taken by HUL, the company with over 80 years of existence in the country, manufacturing some of the best known products used by almost the entire population. These policies adopted by the company have helped its employees, especially the women employees to go hand-in-hand with work, fun and family.

  1. Policy of Career Break: Any manager of HUL is allowed to take a break of a period of 5 years in total. This is known as Career Break policy. Any manager can avail this policy for various reasons, be it leave for higher study, child care, paternity, maternity, sabbatical or pursuing any interest or hobby etc. Such a career break policy will help the employees to manage a perfect work life balance.
  2. Facilities in the Work Place: HUL’s head office at Mumbai is available with all facilities that allow employees to work as well to have fun. There are day-care facilities inside the office complex, helpful for the new mothers. You will also find bank, cafe, shopping centre, florist at the office premise. The office is also furnished with a gymnasium. There are drop facilities available for women employees working late escorted by guards. Such facilities available inside the office premises not only ensure a perfect working environment but also help the employees to perform better.
  3. Maternity and Paternity Support: Another advantageous initiative adopted by the company is the launching of the integrated online portal called Maternity and Paternity Support (MAPS), which enables employees taking maternity or paternity leaves to keep themselves associated with their job responsibilities and company’s events and news via various tools, resources and guidance during this transition period. So anyone who joins the organisation after a break does not take time to come back on the track.
  4. Agile Working: HUL is known for its technology-enabled environment that helps employees to avail policies like as flexible hours, work from home, and part-time working, reduced hours and also a job share policy. Such policies are very helpful for women employees to maintain a perfect work life balance.
  5. Lamplighter Employee Programme: The company has also introduced a health incentive program by the name of “Lamplighter Employee Programme”, which enables employees to address health issues and eliminate health risks. There are regular checks on the fitness, mental condition and the nutrition level of employees. On the basis of the health quotient, the employees are assigned colour codes (green, amber and red). There is also the Medical and Occupational Health Team which encourages employees to adopt a healthy lifestyle through various health promotion and protection programmes and help employees to transit from Red (bad health) to Amber and from Amber to Green (good health).
  6. Career by Choice programme: This is a program solely adopted for the women employees to give them a direction to join work after a long gap. Any women employee joining back after a long break, be it for maternity or marriage or sickness or any other reason, is given a structured induction training program to gradually move to the work life.

GharSeNaukri is acting towards balancing a work life balance in women’s career by providing work from home opportunities by creating  jobs  from corporate’s.



Meet Mrs. Anamika Majumdar: Kaun Banega Crorepati 2017 Winner of Rs. 1 Crore

It is said that when you have the dreams to do big and the wings to fly to reach your dreams and fulfil your passion, nobody can stop you. This is exactly proved by Mrs. Anamika Majumdar, a housewife and a social worker from Jamshedpur, Jharkhand. On October 3, 2017, she became the first winner of Rs. 1 crore in the ninth and the current season of the popular TV show Kaun Banega Crorepati.

Anamika was very practical and was very steady in her approach to give her answers in the quiz show. In the 1 crore question, she was left with no lifelines but even then she chose the correct answer after reasoning with all the options. Her confidence, risk taking attitude and practical approach impressed even Mr. Amitabh Bachchan, the host of the show. She also made to the jackpot question of Rs. 7 crore but decided to quit as she didn’t knew the answer, which made it clear that she was not carried away by greed. Forty one years of age, married with two kids, a son and a daughter, she played the game with confidence. Her knowledge and reasoning skills made her win the game.


Let us now know more about Mrs. Anamika Majumdar

She is just one among the many women in India:  a mother, a wife and a homemaker. She is also a social worker who runs an NGO of her own by the name of “Faith in India”. Her NGO does charity works to help under-privileged children and uplifting of women in Jharkand. She is a commerce graduate and was forced into marriage by her parents though she had dreams of doing big for herself. Her husband is 10 years older to her and never appreciated her spending too much time on social works and neglecting her children.  But it was her passion to help the poor and her passion was her life. She has been doing her duties as a mother and a wife diligently but at the same time continues with her social services, which gives her solace and mental peace.

What made her participate in the show?

Since her NGO does not have much funds and she always have the desire to help the poor and downtrodden in the society, this became her motivation to participate in the show.

How did she prepare for the show?

Anamika said that for two weeks before the show, she prepared a lot reading various quiz books. However, she was always fond of watching quiz shows on television. With her 2 children growing up, though she didn’t get much time to watch TV, she used to read about current affairs and general news a lot which help her a lot in the game. She also said that she was lucky enough to get questions pertaining to the areas which she had studied.

How will she spent the prize money?

She said that with her prize money, she will now be able to contribute more for her NGO and work towards uplifting the women of her locality and help the poor children. Though like every other normal woman, she was initially been tempted to use her money immediately but she prevented herself from doing it. She will come up with the best possible way to utilize her money in a good way. Infact, she was also advised by Mr. Bachchan to use this huge amount wisely and not take any hasty decision.

Anamika Majumdar also said that she wanted to dedicate her win of Kaun Banega Crorepati to her “peepal tree” with whom she used to have a telepathic conversation every day. She considered her peepal tree as her best friend and her constant support all these years.

We the team of GharSeNaukri congratulate Mrs. Anamika Majumdar and wish her all luck and success in her life. This story should also be an eye opener for thousands of Indian women not to let go off their passions and dream big for their lives.



AM ‘POWERED’…Do You Believe it




A Action and Attitude to be an active agent of change. Approach is to shoulder all familial responsibilities and balance work and home.

M – Meticulous and Methodical to nurture and create a beautiful home and community. Minute specific details of a good housekeeping be it cooking, parental care, children’s responsibility and helping hubby to share the responsibilities is taken care off.

 P – Perseverance and Patience are the two virtues which helps her going. Besides the perfect wife, mother and daughter at home, She has the potential to work and be economically independent.

O – Open your horizon. Optimize your expertise. Offer your services and skills.  Join the bandwagon who work from home and do business ventures working from home.

W– Work from Home in the field of your expertise or interest. Pursue your passion as a career too. Explore all opportunities to work from home, devote dedicated hours and earn!

E – Entrepreneurial opportunities to boost your income, morale and happiness. You craft a product, you provide expert services or you want to take up a business opportunity with an established industry or brand.  Fly high with success.

R– Risk taker, The woman of action, The achiever are your inherent qualities. Unfold and unleash these with exploring the prospects of working from home. Relaxation time can be made productive.

E – Engage, Connect, Join the career and community portal and check the job and business opportunities. Evolve as the perfect social capacity builder. Earn from the comforts of your home.

D– Dynamo is you! You are the go getter and self starter who bought a revolutionary change in your own self and is now the source of inspiration of many.

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