Besides the startups we profiled in detail last week, here are some that caught our attention. Start blogging with Sozialpapier, become a gardener with ChhajedGarden, join an online community of Yoga practitioners with Yoga Guruji or buy stuff on Atkart.
ChhajedGarden, started by Sonal Chhajed, is here to take care of all your gardening need in a jiffy. The website sells more than 5000+ products online, ranging from gardening tools to saplings and seeds. They also have a state of the art garden center in Pune for your more hands on nursery shopping needs and a 60 acre farm dedicated for the nursery’s production needs.
Their main target audience are interior designers, architects and individuals. Free delivery is offered only on purchases exceeding Rs 7500 and all orders get a tracking-id. Once dispatched the products are delivered within 5 to 15 days depending on their availability.
We have seen the rising popularity that yoga has gained in the past couple of years.Yoga Guruji is an online yoga community, founded by Hemant Kshirsagar, helps you find all you need for your yoga practise. The site caters to people wanting to learn yoga or teach yoga and corporates too.
One of the main features of the company is their custom built software, using which yoga teacher and yoga classes can manage classes, build website,market, receive payment online and promote themselves. This software also makes back office work line like fees,branch management,teacher management easy. The company presently targets to cater to 3000+ Yoga classes in 6 major cities in India. The website also features a Yoga Shop, a Yoga Job portal and Online Yoga classes.
The delivery service for the grocery section is restricted to Dwarka (Delhi), the other sections like mobile,entertainment, health equipment are delivered all over India. The company says the Dwarka deliveries will be done within 4 hours and for the rest of India within 2-7days depending upon the region.
If you live in Dwarka, give Atkart.com a try.