Thadi-wala Cafe girls get start-up status

Thadi-wala Cafe girls get start-up status

Already an inspiration for many, Ankita Parikh and Neha Parikh have got business recognition in form of a start-up certificat from the Government of India. The two young ladies Ankita and Neha are running a cafe that is be managed and served by deaf and dumb people at Lodha Complex, Udaipur.

 
Thadi-wala Cafe girls get start-up status

Already an inspiration for many, Ankita Parikh and Neha Parikh have got business recognition in form of a start-up certificat from the Government of India. The two young ladies Ankita and Neha are running a cafe that is be managed and served by deaf and dumb people at Lodha Complex, Udaipur.

Besides the Udaipur outlet, the duo are running similar cafes in Nathadwara, Jaipur (2) and Jodhpur.

The girls, both M.Com, hail from Nathdwara. Incidentally, this is the first firm in Rajsamand to get the start-up certificate.

The girls say that they had started the cafe with the objective of empowering women. The idea was to provide employment to needy women and help them lead a respectable life. They also train deaf and dumb people in their cafes to serve customers. Their cafe serves tea, coffee and fast food.

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