If you dream of starting a business that yields substantial profits with minimal investment, we have some exciting news for you.
Today, we’re presenting five business ideas that can help you earn substantial income during the festive season,
and the best part is that you can run them part-time. Whether it’s Diwali, Dussehra, or Navratri, these businesses cater to the perennial demand for festival-related products.
Pooja Samagri Business
As Navratri approaches, the demand for Pooja Samagri (worship materials) skyrockets. This business can yield significant profits, not only during Navratri but throughout the year.
Items like incense, incense sticks, and other puja essentials are always in demand.
You can start this venture with an investment of just Rs 5,000-7,000 and potentially earn up to Rs 2,000 daily.
Electronic Lights Business
Diwali sees homes, shops, and government buildings adorned with dazzling lights. There’s a strong market demand for affordable Chinese lights.
You can start a small-scale business selling these decorative lights. Depending on your budget, purchase ready-made lights from wholesale markets and sell them in your local retail market.
This business offers excellent profit margins, and you can also explore online sales platforms.
Decorative Items Business
Diwali, known as the festival of lights, prompts people to decorate their homes with various decorative items alongside lights.
You can either craft these decorative products creatively or purchase them from wholesale markets
and sell them at retail prices, generating handsome profits. The demand for such items continues even after Diwali.
Earthen Diyas Business
While electronic lights are popular during Diwali, earthen lamps hold special significance due to traditional beliefs.
You can tap into this market by creating unique earthen lamps, either by crafting them yourself or collaborating with local potters for distinctive designs.
Designer lamps are in high demand and can be sold both in retail markets and online. Invest in small machines to make these lamps and establish a lucrative business.
Idols and Candles Business
During festive seasons like Navratri, Dussehra, and Diwali, there’s a thriving market for idols and candles.
Statues of deities like Ganesh, Lakshmi, Kuber, and Durga are in high demand. This demand extends beyond the festive season to occasions like Ganesh Chaturthi.
You can earn by selling idols made from clay, plaster of Paris, or other materials. Additionally, decorative candles are a hit during Diwali.
Consider producing designer candles under your brand and enter this business, which offers attractive profit margins.