About Us

Indian Hobby Ideas is a Registered Trust by Government of NCT, Delhi

In 2016, Indian Hobby Ideas became a non-profitable, creative, cooperative, and peace-promoting Trust from a private art and craft institute of Renu Gupta, who is now the Founder of Indian Hobby Ideas Trust.

As a part of a non-profitable institute settled in the backward village of Delhi, IHIT not only aims to encourage, improvise, and change the lives of the backward, but to promote education, arts, economical independence, and positivity in the lives of its members, students, and even collaborators. It works beyond the chains of color, caste, creed, religion, race, country, gender, or any sort of discriminatory categorisation.

Our Vision

From the heart of the Founder herself...

“Along with and on behalf of my core team and family, I would like to pen down our only vision as– to transform the lives of the backward sections of our society through refining one’s capabilities in art or education.

Our vision is to create a society based on brotherhood, cooperation, dignity, equality, mutual-harmony, along with a positive attitude, respect, and knowledge towards our culture and artistic heritage.

We envision a society where each person can freely develop with confidence through their capacities in any academic or creative field.”

Value Creation–that’s the only vision of Indian Hobby Ideas Trust.

Our Team

What Do We Do?

Creative Classes

Our first and foremost job is to arrange and manage academic and vocational courses for all types of students, like fashion designing, quilling, dance, English, Maths, etc. These classes are either free of cost (for economically unstable, discriminated, or backward groups) or at minimum fees (for stable backgrounds).


We conduct workshops at all kinds of private and public organizations and institutions, be it for teachers or students. We love imparting knowledge about all kinds of arts and crafts!


We arrange sessions for open-discussions about issues related to women, like eve-teasing and domestic violence, and youth-related subjects, like depression and peer pressure. We also love to conduct and attend seminars about art and crafts.


IHIT does not arrange any exhibitions right now. But, We love to be part of creative and artistic exhibitions for promoting and selling the work made by our students.


Renu Ma'am took a class of Blue Pottery online, for 230+ students during 16 July 2020. She was awarded as Corona Warror.
On 22 December 2019, Bal Bhavan International School, Dwarka, organised a Eco-Carnival, in which IHI Trust enthusiastically took part.
Our team of creative artists who are part of multiple non-profitable organisations, celebrating Children's Day (14 November, 2019) with the kids of UPAAY Sanstha, Karol Bagh Center. 
Indian Hobby Ideas Trust displayed Handmade Gift Items and sold some of its student’s work at Swatantra and Rakhi Exhibition, …
We take both paid and unpaid classes, depending upon various factors. IHIT has reputed itself through the efforts and ambitions of some of its students, who have been with IHIT’s founder, Ms. Renu Gupta, from even before she thought to even start anything like this.

Gallery (Art & Craft)

Made by Our Students

Made by Our Professionals

More Work that We have done

Contact Us

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Rama Vihar, Karala, New Delhi- 110081

Phone No:

9654493933 / 9818716126



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