Nirmalaben is 47 years old married woman. Her husband Ramanlal is a daily wager. To increase her family income, she is involved in Farsan selling business. Farsan is a collective term used for a type of snacks in Gujarati cuisine, from the Indian state of Gujarat. Some are fried items which are then dried and can be stored, others are fresh or steamed .She sells dried Farsan items. She hopes to grow her business with the loan amount. She plans to purchase Farsan in the bulk from wholesale market. Then she will sell these items in the local markets and nearby colonies. With this loan she wants to expand her business to secure the financial stability of her family.
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