Indha a social Enterprise was started by Literacy India as an offshoot of Project Karigari. Into its eighth year now, Indha has touched the lives of scores of women, lifting them out of poverty and giving them a reason to smile. At Indha, women receive vocational training in sewing, tailoring, embroidery, block printing, leaf plate making, recycling and making handmade paper and all kinds of paper products. Literacy India, a non-profit under the Indian Trust Act,started operating from several centers in and around Gurgaon with a vision to empower under-privileged women and children. Now has a presence in other parts of the country as well.A group of women in villages around Gurgaon (Haryana), was set up in November 2004 and since then have trained over 6000 women. Today over 200 highly skilled women are capable of producing all kinds of products in cloth, paper and other crafted items.