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“Journey of Saral Designs so far”

THE ECONOMICS TIMES

“Need for menstrual hygiene products to be categorised as health products in India”

MEDIUM

“Taxing periods in India - the old & new way”

MID DAY

“Fight against menstruation taboo is gaining new and innovative expressions in Mumbai”

YOUR STORY

“Holistic approach, collective action needed to address menstruation issues of rural women”

TECHPORTAL

“Machine designed and developed in-house ”

BUSINESS STANDARD

“Manufacturing high quality sanitary napkins at a decentralized level”

VCCIRCLE

“Saral Designs addresses a key socio-health issue through a cost effective solution”

NEXT BIG WHAT

“Manufacturing sanitary napkins at a decentralized level which cuts down several middle-men costs in the process of distribution”

LIVE MINT

“The 312 million under-served women of India- Quote”

DEAL STREET ASIA

“Aisha Ultra XL pads are being made available to school/college girls via vending machines, providing girls easy access and privacy”

FIRSTPOST

“Hygienic menstrual protection is a basic need for every woman”

ACCUMEN

“The majority cannot afford to spend the 200 rupees per month ($3.00) ”

SILICON INDIA STARTUP CITY

“High quality menstrual hygiene products-”

THE INDIAN EXPRESS

“Diminishing the taboo around menstruation, schools have adopted more interactive methods to talk about it”

THE HINDU

“In India, we are helping the makers’ community turn ideas into reality”

THE LOGICAL INDIAN

“We gamify the process of hygiene awareness, not by one-way seminars on health, but by making them ask the right questions to themselves”

THE BETTER INDIA

“23 % of girls in India dropout from schools once they start menstruating due to the lack of proper facilities”

THE ECONOMICS TIMES

“Network of women who sell door-to-door or retailers”