In India, where tea is so much of the national identity, people are eager to give it a go.

It’s a huge opportunity for entrepreneurs to create jobs, and make money.

But many of them have a tough time making it.

And that’s when volunteer organizations come into the picture.

India has a huge tea industry, but the country has a shortage of skilled tea workers.

Volunteers help the country’s tea growers produce the finest tea, which is then sold to consumers in markets all over the country.

India is home to more than one million tea plantations, and the tea industry is worth $17 billion a year.

Tea farms are mostly owned by private owners, and some of the farms are owned by the government.

The tea industry employs some of India’s most talented workers, including the women who grow and pack the tea leaves.

Some of them are volunteers who help tea growers and the government collect taxes from tea consumers.

Some volunteer tea growers are from Gujarat, the birthplace of the Indian tea industry.

One of the volunteers from Gujrat, who spoke to Quartz on the condition of anonymity, is a farmer who helped produce more than a million kilograms of tea this year.

She works as a housekeeper at the tea house, which she manages with her husband and children.

She also helps with the tea plantation, helping with the harvesting of tea leaves and planting the tea trees.

“There is no money for me to help them with this work,” she said.

“They [teas growers] earn their livelihood by selling the tea.

They don’t have any other option but to sell the tea to us.”

In Gujarat, tea growers have to earn their living through a variety of jobs, including farm labourers, farmers’ assistants, shop assistants, and even street vendors.

The average annual income of farmers’ assistant is Rs.1,200, and this includes Rs.400 for the monthly wage.

But tea growers can earn much more.

The average annual salary of a tea farmer is Rs 4,500.

The workers at the Gujurat tea house are not happy with the way things are going.

They’re being paid Rs.500 and Rs.800 for a month’s work.

The farmers’ association, which organizes tea gardens and tea workshops, has set up a tea factory.

But volunteers are not the only people volunteering in India’s tea industry — tea is also an essential ingredient for making medicines and other products.

Many tea gardens also work with tea leaves to make medicines, and a tea plantation in Gujrati, in southern India, sells tea leaves for medical use.

There are more than 2,000 tea gardens in India.

Many of them cater to the tea trade and tea is a mainstay in many of these estates.

Tea gardens in Guijrat, India’s largest tea growing region, have been providing tea for over 20 years, but most tea growers say the industry is in dire need of workers.

Many have been laid off.

Many are young tea growers who are only starting out in the industry.

The volunteer tea garden in Gujiara, India, which grows more than 1,000 kg of tea a year, is also one of the biggest tea plantations in the world.

But it has been struggling financially for a while.

The tea garden is run by a tea garden manager who works as an employee of a private tea house.

He earns about Rs.600 a month working at the plant.

In the past, the tea garden had a profit margin of 10 to 15 percent, but it has fallen to about 1 to 2 percent in recent years.

“We have been getting no income for years, and we are struggling to keep the lights on,” the tea gardener told Quartz.

“We have to keep running the tea farm, and pay our debts.”