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Wooden Handmade Pyramid Shape Incense Holder Lid - Small Size
Wooden Handmade Pyramid Shape Incense Holder Lid - Small Size
Wooden Handmade Pyramid Shape Incense Holder Lid - Small Size
Wooden Handmade Pyramid Shape Incense Holder Lid - Small Size

Wooden Handmade Pyramid Shape Incense Holder Lid - Small Size- For Office/Home

Regular price
Rs. 299.00
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Rs. 299.00
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Venture Name: Pushpa Pooja Bhandar

PRODUCT INFORMATION:

This Incense Stick holder brought to you by Pushpa Pooja Bhandar is beautiful, easy to use, carry, saves time and helps keeping clean.

This Agarbatti stand can be used both in houses and offices. It is totally safe to use and saves children from burns . Let your contemporary style home decor find a worthy addition with this wooden Incense holder having an enticing design and classic work of craftsmanship.

This dhoop holder is perfect for home pooja as well as gifting on occasions such as Wedding Gifts, Anniversary Gifts, HouseWarming Ceremonies, Birthday Gifts, New Venture, Award Ceremonies, Diwali And Festival Gifts.

It has the below basic features:-

• Handcrafted

• Used to burn incense cones and a good size to burn charcoal resin, as the charcoal disc fits perfectly inside.

• Has a cute little bottom drawer to store small incense cones or resin.

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Reason to buy from us-

All the materials used in our products are good in quality, handpicked and natural. We just do not mix these materials, rather we add a pinch of our love and passion for the ultimate and homely touch in every product. From making to packaging, each and every process is done by hand to deliver the purest products because you deserve the best of everything.

Women Entrepreneur: Rashmee Ladole

Eager to know how it started?

Pushpa Pooja Bhandar was started 7 years ago by Pushpa Ladole amidst an economic crisis.

With lockdown halting physical transactions, Pushpa’s daughter, Rashmee Ladole moved her mother’s business to the digital platform. Prospering throughout her years in the commercial market, Pushpa now has been tackling some health issues with constant reassurance from her daughter Rashmee, who’s been coordinating for the last couple of years with her husband by her side.

On asking Rashmee, “How they sustained their business during a lockdown?”, she answered, “For a couple of months it was really hard to survive but after that, we tried to sell our products on WhatsApp, then mouth publicity and some other small tie-up with temples,”.

Rashmee is now a confident entrepreneur carrying her mother’s hardwork through by making pooja products with the ultimate blessing of god. With her expertise and hard work, her business is growing steadily in Pan India.



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