- Full Name – Navnath Yewale
- Profession – Tea seller
Physical stats and more
- Eye color – dark brown
- Hair color – black
- Birthday date – not known
- Age – Not Known
- Place of Birth – Purandar, Pune, Maharashtra, India
- Nationality – Indian
- Hometown – Purandar, Pune, Maharashtra, India
- School – unknown name
- Educational Qualification – 10
- Religion – Hindu
- Breed – Marathi
- Hobby – Travel
- Girls, Affairs, and more
- level of decency – married
- Wife – Unknown Name
- Child – not known
- Father – Dashrath Yewale
- Mother – unknown name
- Brothers Brother-in-law – 4
- Sister- Not Known
Yewale tea starter
- We, ‘Yewale‘ belong to a small village Askarwadi located in Purandar Tehsil of Pune District. My father had two buffaloes. He used to sell their milk to run our household. He was a man of principles. So there was no question of mixing water with milk to earn profit. The time he used to add water to milk was the time to make tea. He was fond of making tea. He had gained a lot of experience while working in a tea shop. That experience came in handy when my father did M.G. But decided to open his own tea shop.
- Road in partnership with a friend of yours. The main capital was the surplus milk that remained after the daily stock was sold. The tea business flourished soon and my father bought two new buffaloes. Yewale Chaha truly came into existence in 1983. That year, we bought our shop in Salisbury Park. My mom had to part with her jewelry, but the gamble paid off. ‘Ganesh Amrutulya’ soon became Pune’s favorite tea destination and with the changing times, cooked dishes such as Kharis, Biscuits, Naan Katai and Cream Rolls also became an integral part of Punekars’ nectarlike experience.
- In 2001, at the peak of our business, my father Mr. Dashrath Bhairu Yewale left this world leaving his core business principles- hard work and honesty as his legacy for us. The legacy was to be cherished and the entire Yevale family consciously dedicated their time to this cause. My father always dreamed of inventing a product that would be timeless for generations to come. We decided to fulfill his dream. We started thinking about what that product would be and then one day we remembered that my father used to tell how many people would travel far and wide just to taste ‘Ganesh Amrutulya’. That moment made us realize that what we were looking for was always before our very eyes.
- Changing times and market demands have compelled us to shift our focus from our core product to secondary products. We decided to return to basics to focus on our core product, our brand of tea. Leaving the responsibility of ‘Ganesh Amrutulya’ on the shoulders of our wonderful and capable cooks for a while, we ventured into the world of research. We met people, studied many tastes, experimented, failed, tried again and again and after many unsuccessful attempts finally discovered the wonderful taste that became the hallmark of ‘Yevle Chah’.
- The year was 2017. It was time to take the big leap. We started a friend’s food joint near Bharati Vidyapeeth to introduce ourselves to Punekars with our own invented product. This was the origin of ‘Yewale Chaha’. We started serving Punekars with uncompromising quality, warm welcome, and courteous service and Punekars embraced us wholeheartedly. In no time, Yewale Chaha became Punekar’s favorite tea brand and now we have outlets across the city. Over the next five years, we plan to make Yewale Chaha an integral part of every Punekar’s tea time.
- Does Navnath Yewale smoke?: Unknown
- Does Navnath Yewale drink alcohol?: Unknown
- Navnath’s grandfather used to do the business of milk supply.
- In 1983, his father started a tea business and opened his first shop in Salisbury Park and later another one near Bharati Vidyapeeth.
- Navnath co-founded ‘Yevle Tea House’ in 2011 and has three centers in Pune, the first is in Salisbury Park, the second is near Bharati Vidyapeeth and the third is opposite Vishrambagh Police Station near Dagdusheth Ganapati Temple. About 10 to 14 employees are working at each center.
- He earns around Rs 12 lakh a month by selling tea.
- Now he plans to convert his business into a brand to fulfill his father’s dream. It also plans to open 100 branches and employ over 10,000 people.
Contact us +91 8181 800800 email@example.com www.yewale.com Flat No 101, 1st Floor, Silver Point, 20/1, Katraj – Kondhwa Road, Kondhwa, Pune – 411046