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Tuesday, 1 December 2020

Corona ends business, sets up Idli-Sambhar stall, earns Rs 50,000 per month

Today's positive news: Corona ends business, sets up Idli-Sambhar stall, earns Rs 50,000 per month


Gita's Tiffin Center closed abruptly in March. 

Sometimes Geeta Jaiswal used to run a tiffin center in Allahabad, then started working in Delhi, but Corona ruined everything.
Worked a three-month patient care in lockdown, savings were exhausted, so set up Idli-Sambhar food stall



Today's story is by Gita Jaiswal from Allahabad. Sometimes they were bothered for a single rupee. The daughter could not even study well. Today he earns 50 thousand rupees a month. His story is inspiring, from starting the Tiffin Center to the Idli-Sambhar stall. Learn this story from their own mouth ...

Gita says, this is from Allahabad. I was living with my husband then. There was a little girl. Husband barely made a living from what he earned.  We couldn't even get a good study for our daughter. He said, 'I was wondering what to do to earn four paise. 


Someone advised me to start a tiffin center. I started giving tiffins to a young lady. A few days later I got a PG job. There was to be a meal for 15 children. At that time I was giving three time meals for 1800 rupees. I had to work hard from morning till late night but it saved me eight to ten thousand rupees a month. '

If the meal was good then the tiffin gradually increased and the number reached 40. This went on from 2011 to 2016. Then when the work of that PG stopped, the customer also left. Not finding new customers. There was nothing else I could do in Allahabad. Because he was afraid of hurting his reputation. One of my sisters lived in Delhi, so I came to Delhi in 2016 with my daughter. The intention was clear to do something related to catering. '

Gita started the business this way. Say, they didn't even have enough money to keep their own stall.

The first business failed in Delhi.
They say that I stayed at my sister's house in Delhi and a few days later I set up a stall selling puri-kachori, bread pakoda but the work did not go well. I thought of starting a Tiffin Center again if I didn't get a customer. Wherever she lived, posters were pasted everywhere. 


An order was received several days later.  If he liked the food, many youngsters from the institute started taking tiffins. I started giving three-time meals for three and a half thousand rupees. The work was well set up. 35 to 40 thousand rupees a month. All this went on for four years but ended in March 2020.


Corona brought tiffin business to zero,
he said - in four days my tiffin dropped from 60 to 4. I had no idea what was going on. Then someone said the corona virus has arrived, so everyone is leaving. I stopped working. Within a few days, the money I had collected was running out, so I started caring for a heart patient. She lived in his house. The baby was left with her aunt. Stayed there for three months.


Now Gita's business is completely set. He has also set up the necessary setup for the food stall.

The success of the Idli-Sambhar stall, now with a monthly sales of 90 thousand,
he says - if he came home again in July, he would not know what to do. Had to pay rent. The girl's school-tuition fee was to be paid. With great courage, I started a food stall once again, but this time I thought of selling Idli-Sambhar, as it costs less and people of all ages prefer it. 


Work began on 28 July. Within a few days the business was well set up. I am setting up a stall in Shalimar Bagh. Stalls are open from 5pm to 10pm. It is common for 40 to 50 customers to come. I also sell dosa along with idli. Cutting everything saves 40-50 thousand rupees a month.




Gita says many people who made videos on social media helped me. This work now has to move forward. Don't run the Tiffin Center anymore. Corona was a big problem for me before but because of that I was able to shift to a new business and now everything is going well. Borrowed all. Paid the daughter coaching-school fees. It is my dream to teach him as much as possible and create something.

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