Kaytilya Phytoextracts Pvt Ltd
We are soon going to have a Oleoresins & Extracts Plant
Artemisia annua With IPCA Lab

Fortune at the bottom of the pyramid
ERADICATING POVERTY WITH PROFITS.
“Do well by doing good”


Standardization and quality starts from Seeds.


CONTACT CULTIVATION.

We are a social enterprise working for the economic benefit of farmers, working in three agro climatic Zone. Currently we are present in Jamui, Baniapur, Banka, Munger, Gopaljung (Bihar) and Mal, Kalinpong, Jal Dhaka (North Bengal). In North Bengal we are strategically located in the foothills of Himalayas very close to Nepal and Bhutan on the gateway to North East India and Sikkim. We are in Khandoshi village of Khed Taluka in Maharastra (Sister Concrn).

We have our own organic lands and are doing cultivation of Karela, Tulsi, Vetiver, Palmarosa, Citronella, Patchouli, Lemon grass. A distillation unit for essential oils is ready and we are planning to set up a Herbal extract plant (solvent).

Crops in Bihar & North Bengal: Stevia, Coleus, Tulsi, Aswagandha, Gurmar, Kaunch, Karela (desi), Artemisia annua.

ZONES: TROPICAL TEMPARATE

We are willing to grow anything which suits these agro climatic zones and are looking for huge opportunities for our farmers.

MODUS OPERANDI: We take confirmed orders from companies and then cultivate the crops. Agro-technology for each crop is explained to our agronomists and farmers by the buyer company. We only use VRIKSHA AYURVEDA fertilizers as this leads to ZERO budget farming and maximum profits for the farmers. We regularly organize meetings among our farmers where the buyer company meets and interacts with them.

Looking ahead for your support towards our initiative.

OUR PILLARS: 3000 farmers, 700 SHG’s, 23 NGO’s, many STATE GOVT INSTITUTES

“What business entrepreneurs are to the economy, social entrepreneurs are to social change. They are the driven creative individuals who question the status quo, exploit new opportunities , refuse to give up, and remake the world for the better,”--- David Bornstein

A groupkautilya initiative