Rural Beat Enterprises

Rural Beat Enterprises

About us

Rural Beat Enterprises is a collective of women belonging to Self Help Groups, from the villages of Sultanpur who have come together to work towards generating livelihood opportunities through sustainable solutions.


Most women in these regions, looking for income opportunities are a part of this NRLM scheme. We connected with these self-help groups and were able to successfully integrate them within Kshitij’s skill development program.

As we progressed and expanded our outreach, we met with yet another hurdle when we experienced absence of a platform for the women to leverage their training and create income generating opportunities. This in turn gave birth to Rural Beat Enterprises in 2018. Rural Beat equips women trained through Kshitij and women the marginal farming communities of Sultanpur by providing a platform to sell products made and produced by them.

We are a women led initiative and believe in creating simple and sustainable solutions. Our core values can best be described -
1.Women do it better! 90% of Rural Beat’s team are women.
2. Source local. As much as possible, we source our raw materials from local vendors, artisans and farmers and support our community.
3. Sustainability is everyone’s responsibility. Climate change is very real folks and we try to ensure that all our products create minimum wastage. A great example of this is our hand rolled incense sticks which are made by recycling temple flowers collected from nearby areas.

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What we do 

Women Led Initiative

Supporting Local Community

Sustainability

Rural beat enterprises is a women led initiative and believe in creating simple and sustainable solutions. 90% of Rural Beat’s team are women. We set up a sanitary napkin unit in Sultanpur to provide suitable low cost products to women in the rural areas. Our goal is to bring menstrual hygiene to these women in rural area and help them understand it’s importance.

As much as possible, we source our raw materials from local vendors, artisans and farmers and support our community. For example, the diyas crafted by the women are sourced from local porters.

We believe sustainability is everyone’s responsibility. Climate change is a frightful reality so we try to ensure that all our products produce minimum waste.

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