Kaluram Megavanshi Artisan from Kishangarh, Rajasthan
Kaluram is a master craftsman who survived by selling Paper Mache Art. The Pandemic, however, closed his doors to the market. My E-Haat, gave him a platform to sell products not only in India but also globally, helping him in building a sustainable life.
Ramadevi Bajpayee, an elderly woman, found a medium through My E-Haat to showcase her lifelong talent of embroidery. Her products are now exhibited on this platform so she can get the recognition she deserves.
Jyoti Dixit Aawahan The New Voice, Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh
Jyoti, a homemaker, primarily dependent on her husband's earnings, found financial independence through My E-Haat. She acquired skillful training in accessory making that allowed her to earn enough money to support her family.
HCL Foundation is proud to present this first of its kind initiative My E-Haat thereby linking the artisans/ community entrepreneurs directly to the customers/ citizens who are sensitive to the needs and care for the upliftment of the underprivileged section of the society. Handheld and facilitated by Not for Profit Organizations across the country, My E-Haat provides an opportunity to the artisans and community members to showcase and market their products. Be it the urban slum localities or rural hinterlands, this portal will be a forum for recognizing the hard work that goes behind in designing any product.