In 1988, the journey of Touch of India commenced as Mr. Dinesh Gambhir and his wife, Manju Gambhir, established a small workshop in a government-allotted flatted factory unit in Central Delhi. With a vision to showcase India’s craftsmanship to the world, they steadily expanded their product portfolio and approached international clients with their high-quality offerings. This led to the establishment of a 125-machine bags manufacturing facility, serving five global brands and providing numerous talented artisans with valuable work opportunities. Guided by the belief in the power of dreams, teamwork, and creativity, Touch of India continues to thrive.
Touch of India is the brainchild of Mr. Dinesh Gambhir and Mrs. Manju Gambhir. Their vision was to bring India’s traditional techniques to the global stage by offering handcrafted products to international brands. With humble beginnings in a small 54 square meter facility in Central Delhi, their relentless dedication and hard work established Touch of India as a reputable name among international clients and buying agents.
Setting up a unit in New Delhi
o meet the increasing demands and serve a wider clientele, Touch of India establishes a larger unit on Naraina Road, New Delhi. This new facility boasts a production capacity of 20,000 units of handicraft products per month. With this expansion, we are well-equipped to meet the ever-growing market requirements while maintaining our commitment to delivering exquisite handcrafted creations.
Change of Guard
Tragically, Mrs. Manju Gambhir passed away due to cancer, leaving behind a void in the company. In these challenging circumstances, their daughter, Ms. Nishtha Gambhir, stepped up to take the reins of the business. With determination and resilience, Ms. Nishtha Gambhir assumed the leadership role, carrying forward the legacy and vision of her parents. Her commitment and strength have been instrumental in navigating Touch of India through difficult times and steering it towards continued success.
New Unit in Kundli, Haryana.
Touch of India witnessed a significant change as a new unit was established and management underwent a transition. Varun Gambhir, after completing his post-graduation studies in Fashion Merchandising from Pearl Academy, assumed the role of General Manager, succeeding Ms. Nishtha Gambhir. Meanwhile, Ms. Nishtha Gambhir, accompanied by her husband, relocated to Frankfurt, Germany. Concurrently, Touch of India set up a state-of-the-art factory spanning 35,000 square feet in Kundli, Haryana.
Shift of factory to Noida,
Touch of India underwent a significant shift in its factory location. To improve logistics efficiency, the factory was relocated from Kundli to Noida. This relocation also facilitated an expansion of the production capacity to 50,000 pieces per month. Additionally, recognizing the growing demand for PU bags in both domestic and international markets, we established an exclusive setup dedicated to manufacturing these bags. This strategic decision enabled us to meet the rising demand and cater to the evolving preferences of our valued customers.
Touch of India’s strategic relocation to Noida and establishment of an exclusive setup for PU bag production have enabled us to enhance production capacity, improve logistics, and cater to the rising demand. We remain committed to delivering high-quality handcrafted products while adapting to market trends and customer preferences.