Parul, a 20 year old living in a gutter, works 8 hours a day, shops on her way home and then helps her mother with household chores. During period, she avoids work and often complains about pain. Her mother taught her to use torn clothes and she has no private space or proper access to clean water to wash that cloth. She knows about sanitary napkins but thinks they are a luxury and feels shy talking about it with others. Project Mukti is for the likes of Parul that allows them to work freely and safely during the sensitive time of the month. Mukti, the bengali term for freedom empowers homemaking women to run their own sanitary napkin selling ventures, enlightens the community via workshops and put an end to the social stigma attached.