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Oye Happy: Startup Specializes in Sending Letters to the Indian Army

Meant to Serve the Indian Army!

 Oye Happy: Full of Surprises!

This new Hyderabad-based startup is making all of us proud. Oye Happy specializes in providing surprises. One of its services includes personally sending customized letters to the Indian soldiers at the Indo-Pak border on Independence Day by trekking the huge Himalayas. As you all know, being in the Indian Army is not an easy job. This is a small attempt from Oye Happy to make our soldiers happy when they are far from their family.

LettersToTheArmy

Anybody who wants to write to the soldiers can send their letters via Oye Happy. A special website, LettersToTheArmy enables you to write a message for the Indian Defense Force personnel that will be printed and personally hand delivered to them by Oye Happy team. You can send pictures, as well. These letters will act as a great gift to the soldiers on our Independence Day.

It is reported that CEO Harsh Khemani is travelling to Kashmir early next month to hand deliver those letters.

What is your take on startups like Oye Happy who are dedicated to serve the Indian Army?

Takeaways:

  • Oye Happy personally sends customized letters to the Indian soldiers at the Indo-Pak border on Independence Day by trekking the huge Himalayas.
  • A special website, LettersToTheArmy enables you to write a message for the Indian Defense Force personnel that will be printed and personally hand delivered to them by Oye Happy team.

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