Srinagarm, Feb. 10 -- Nava Shah, 32, never allowed her inner desire to fade away.

Despite being a wife and mother of two, she decided to challenge the stereotypes and try her hand at entrepreneurship. Leaving a cushy teaching job, she started making and selling pickles and jams.

"I was a teacher, but it was not my calling. I never felt that teaching was my true passion. Instead, I always wanted to start my own business," she said.

Nava used to be a brilliant chef at her home, creating new delicacies every day. "I used to enjoy cooking as well as trying out new recipes. I used to prepare a variety of jams for my family, friends, and relatives and everyone used to enjoy tasting it," she said.

Nava had always intended to open a business ...