10 episodes

Saheli Women is a non-profit social enterprise, founded in 2015, with the aim of financially empowering the ladies of Bhikamkor village in rural Rajasthan; through creating ethical and sustainable fashion.

Each episode features one of the Saheli Women telling the story of her life, as read by an actor, translated from Hindi to English by Madhu Vaishnav.

For more information about the Saheli Women Project, please visit www.saheliwomen.com

The Stories of the Saheli Women Saheli Women

    • Society & Culture

Saheli Women is a non-profit social enterprise, founded in 2015, with the aim of financially empowering the ladies of Bhikamkor village in rural Rajasthan; through creating ethical and sustainable fashion.

Each episode features one of the Saheli Women telling the story of her life, as read by an actor, translated from Hindi to English by Madhu Vaishnav.

For more information about the Saheli Women Project, please visit www.saheliwomen.com

    Sharmili, as told by Natalie Dew

    Sharmili, as told by Natalie Dew

    Saheli Women is a non-profit social enterprise, founded in 2015, with the aim of financially empowering the ladies of Bhikamkor village in rural Rajasthan; through creating ethical and sustainable fashion. Each episode features one of the Saheli Women telling the story of her life, as read by an actor, translated from Hindi to English by Madhu Vaishnav.

    Sharmili's story is told here by Natalie Dew, star of Sandylands, Peter Rabbit and Bend It Like Beckham.

    For more information about the Saheli Women Project, please visit www.saheliwomen.com

    • 5 min
    Leela, as told by Lucy Thackeray

    Leela, as told by Lucy Thackeray

    Saheli Women is a non-profit social enterprise, founded in 2015, with the aim of financially empowering the ladies of Bhikamkor village in rural Rajasthan; through creating ethical and sustainable fashion. Each episode features one of the Saheli Women telling the story of her life, as read by an actor, translated from Hindi to English by Madhu Vaishnav.

    Leela's story is told here by Lucy Thackeray, who wowed the West End as Myrtle in Brief Encounter, as well as appearing in Hatton Garden, Doctors and Casualty.

    For more information about the Saheli Women Project, please visit www.saheliwomen.com

    • 6 min
    Santu, as told by Sara Poyzer

    Santu, as told by Sara Poyzer

    Saheli Women is a non-profit social enterprise, founded in 2015, with the aim of financially empowering the ladies of Bhikamkor village in rural Rajasthan; through creating ethical and sustainable fashion. Each episode features one of the Saheli Women telling the story of her life, as read by an actor, translated from Hindi to English by Madhu Vaishnav.

    Santu's story is told here by Sara Poyzer, Nottingham born actor perhaps most famous for her lead role in award-winning global musical sensation Mamma Mia, in which her incredible vocal talents have wowed the world.

    For more information about the Saheli Women Project, please visit www.saheliwomen.com

    • 6 min
    Bhawari, as told by Elizabeth Twells

    Bhawari, as told by Elizabeth Twells

    Saheli Women is a non-profit social enterprise, founded in 2015, with the aim of financially empowering the ladies of Bhikamkor village in rural Rajasthan; through creating ethical and sustainable fashion. Each episode features one of the Saheli Women telling the story of her life, as read by an actor, translated from Hindi to English by Madhu Vaishnav.

    Bhawari's story is told here by Elizabeth Twells, Nottingham born actor who can be seen across theatre stages in the UK and beyond.

    For more information about the Saheli Women Project, please visit www.saheliwomen.com

    • 6 min
    Saraswati, as told by Sally Carman

    Saraswati, as told by Sally Carman

    Saheli Women is a non-profit social enterprise, founded in 2015, with the aim of financially empowering the ladies of Bhikamkor village in rural Rajasthan; through creating ethical and sustainable fashion. Each episode features one of the Saheli Women telling the story of her life, as read by an actor, translated from Hindi to English by Madhu Vaishnav.

    Saraswati's story is told here by Sally Carman, Yorkshire born star of Shameless, Coronation Street and Silent Witness; among many more. 

    For more information about the Saheli Women Project, please visit www.saheliwomen.com

    • 5 min
    Bharti, as told by Lilly Driscoll

    Bharti, as told by Lilly Driscoll

    Saheli Women is a non-profit social enterprise, founded in 2015, with the aim of financially empowering the ladies of Bhikamkor village in rural Rajasthan; through creating ethical and sustainable fashion. Each episode features one of the Saheli Women telling the story of her life, as read by an actor, translated from Hindi to English by Madhu Vaishnav.

    Bharti's story is told here by Lilly Driscoll, London born actor seen in Humans and Jekyll and Hyde, among many more.

    For more information about the Saheli Women Project, please visit www.saheliwomen.com

    • 5 min

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