Sharmistha Ghosh, a post graduate in English Literature, is operating the tea stall  at Delhi Cantt

This English literature master’s degree runs a tea stall to fulfill her business goal.

There is no ‘big’ or ‘small’ job to fulfill your dream. In the midst of a cold winter in Delhi, an English-speaking woman has wowed travelers as she runs a small tea-on-the-wheel (raydee) stall. Sharmistha Ghosh, a postgraduate in English Literature, is running the tea stall to fulfill her dream of becoming an entrepreneur. The woman wants to run a chain like Chaiyos. Ghosh’s inspiring story was shared by Indian Army Brigadier Sanjay Khanna on LinkedIn.

Brigadier Khanna wrote: “A few days ago, I was in Delhi Cantt’s Gopinath Bazar and wanted to have some tea. I was shocked and shocked to see an intelligent English-speaking woman operating this little chai stall on wheels (popularly called Raydee). I felt I was curious and I asked her about the reason for doing it. She mentioned that she had a vision and a dream to make it as big as Chaiyos, the famous tea set found everywhere. She mentioned that her name was Sharmistha Ghosh, English Literature Post Graduate and has also worked at the British Council Library until he quit to pursue his dream.”

Furthermore, the post mentions that Ghosh’s friend Bhavna Rao, who works with Lufthansa, is also a joint partner in the chai stand operation.

They both meet at night and operate out of a small temporary structure and return.

Amazed to see the determination of two educated young women, Brigadier Khanna concluded: “I feel like there is nothing that can be called low/small work and such people should be highlighted to motivate others.

You must have the passion and integrity to work for your dream and make it come true.”

In addition, he wrote: “I have come across many highly qualified young people who are desperate and looking for a suitable job commensurate with their professional stature. This message goes out to them.

I feel strongly that one should not keep thinking about high grades and deserved high-level work, but rather think about small ways and means to achieve and prosper in the long run.”

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