• A unique housing project for the community with empathy at its core. Unfold the story of Sanjaynagar redevelopment project.

  • Our users are the driving force behind the changes happening at Rang De. Here's why a people centered approach is vital for innovation.

  • This is the first in the series we call ‘Life at Rang De’ where we introduce you to our teammates and give little insights into what happens inside Rang De. In this edition we have, Pramod our Front-end Developer spilling the beans.

  • Nengneithem Hengna is the founder of 'Runway Nagaland'. Her enterprise is backed by 160 Rang De Social Investors. Her business is flourishing and her journey is on a rise. Here’s her story.

  • Most of the farmers in India are technologically inept. An immediate intervention is needed for them. Here's the story of a Rang De Social Investor devoted to the cause.

  • A series of user backed updates are lined up for Rang De web and mobile applications. Out of the many here are a few.

  • By providing loans to more than 10,593 investees, most of whom are first-time borrowers, Rang De has already taken great strides in contributing to financial inclusion, in the last two years.

  • A list of Rang De Social investors, who are also renowned personalities share their social investing experience until now.

  • Rang De Social investments know no bounds. It traverses borders, reaches different cultures and people. Yet one thing never changes, the massive impact it creates. A story from Tonk, Rajasthan.

  • Dr Vedmani has been working to ensure the sustainability of women farmers and workers by providing them a market for homemade products.

  • Diana's journey is picking up pace. She shares with us the early days of her entrepreneurship and the story until now.

  • Yavatmal is a small village tucked away in the interior of Maharashtra. It bears a grim tag to its name - The suicide capital of India. But our Impact Partner - GramHeet is working hard to change the status quo.

  • The field trip which I thought would have been a stroll in the field was much more than that and left me humbled and grateful for the experiences I gathered during the day.

  • A gamut of initiatives was taken by Rang De Impact Partners. They prevented the community from bearing the brunt to a greater extent with their innovative interventions.

  • Nagaland has not seen much industrial development and Neichute tells us that white-collar Government jobs are the only source of employment. Trying to break away from that mindset and encouraging youth to start entrepreneurship has been a challenge.

  • As a digital lending platform, Rang De has access to a crucial investor, investee, and partner information. Keeping this in mind, Rang De has developed several strategies to protect your data.

  • Ganesh is amongst the first few Social Investors to try out ‘The Influencer Project’. He and his colleagues realized the true potential of TIP. During the pandemic, they referred 13 Investees ultimately securing their livelihoods.

  • The imperative is to work out miniscule challenges to solve the larger problems of rural India. Thus ensuring nobody is left out of the development ecosystem.

  • Microloans have now become a popular tool to tackle financial exclusion. Over the last few years, microcredit has become a viable alternative to conventional sources of finances.

  • A group of women found their strength in the collective. Breaking societal norms and challenges these women from rural Rajasthan are leading the way towards self-reliance.