Aaron and his sister, Prabha, opened their first Hindu clothing boutique in New York City.
It was a one-man operation, with a staff of only two.
And the space was tiny.
The business opened up in 2010 with a focus on women’s clothes and accessories.
A year later, the brothers opened the second shop in Manhattan, and in 2012, they opened their third shop in the Bronx.
At their new Manhattan store, the only items on display were a few pairs of jeans and sneakers.
“It’s been really exciting, but the real magic has been the people we have met, the customers we have made, and the people who have bought through our site,” Aaron told Bleacher on Wednesday.
“And it’s really just been an amazing experience.”
Now, Aaron is opening a new store in Brooklyn that will be more inclusive, and will have a larger display of clothing.
The new store, which will be open until April, will also have a space for the “Hindu Clothing Club,” where members can exchange their clothes with each other for an exchange rate of 25 percent.
In a recent interview with Business Insider, Aarnadas said he was inspired by the success of his previous stores in India, where people of various religions, races, and backgrounds were able to shop together, buy products, and exchange ideas.
“In India, they’re a really inclusive place, so I thought that would be the place that would make me the best,” Aarnads said.
“So we decided to build the Hindu Clothing Club in India because we know how inclusive it is.”
The first shop in India was built in 2008 by a group of four friends who decided to take on the challenge of opening a business.
“We’re really lucky because we have a lot of people who are really committed to it, and we have to make sure that we have people who do that, too,” Aakenas said.
For the first year, the Aarnadas were on their own, and they had to learn a lot about the business before they could launch the business.
But that process has since been turned into an invaluable experience for the brothers.
They have learned a lot through the experience, and through their friends, they have made new friends.
“The experience has been amazing,” Aaponas said, noting that he is now able to share what he has learned from his friends with other members of the community.
“I’ve been able to see the real world, so to speak.
People are really open to that.”
The second store will have more space, and be more open to people of other religions, including Sikhism, Hinduism, and Islam.
The shop will also offer a new program, where members are able to earn a small amount of money for donating clothing to a charity of their choice.
The store is open from April through October.
The two brothers are looking forward to bringing their shop to Brooklyn.
“As soon as we start opening our store, we will open up a small section of our store so that people can come to our store and buy items,” Aaring said.
The shop is scheduled to open by the end of April, and memberships will cost $75.