Orgalife organic food startup got a grant of Rs 25 lakh from Government of India

Raipur: Orgalife products no longer need any identity in the entire country including Chhattisgarh. People are liking Orgalife’s organic products all over the country.

In this connection, Orgalife has been affiliated with Indira Gandhi Agriculture’s Raftaar Agribusiness Incubator (RABI) and its startup has been approved for a grant of Rs 25 lakh. Giving further information, the founder of the company, Umesh Bansi said that the products of Orgalife are available all over India through Amazon, Flipkart and their website and people appreciated them a lot.

The credit for this achievement goes to Umesh and IGKV-Rabi team. Giving thanks to the entire team of IGKV-Rabi and especially to Dr. Hulas Pathak (Head and CEO, IGKV-Rabi), he said that due to the guidance of Dr. Hulas Pathak from time to time and attending classes of many experts associated with IGKVRabi, today Orgalife has made its unique identity.

Umesh said that the foundation of a good startup is the solution which is solving the existing problem. He added tghat no person can start a startup alone. To make it big you need a good team and right guidance. In addition to this be committed to the hard work of making the startup successful.

Your product is your foundation. It should be well designed and solve the problem you are focusing on, he added. Mr. Umesh Banshi, Founder of Orgalife further said that all the products of Argalife meet the standards set by the Government of India.

Faculties of Indira Gandhi A g r i c u l t u r a l University had given training to everyone. IGKV registered startups are being provided training, training service, consultancy, advanced training, conducting workshops, education and training, training in business management, provision of on-line training etc. in collaboration with Indira Gandhi Krishi Vishwavidyalaya.

After the complete guidance, the startup applied for the grant. Umesh Banshi has been successful in achieving this. Umesh Banshi said that his health deteriorated in 2015, when the doctor advised him to increase his immunity and consume more and more organic products. He searched for such products in the market, but did not get much success. That’s when he decided that through Orgalife, he would take care of his health as well as the health of millions of people like him and contribute to making people healthy through organic products.

Umesh said that even today he is suffering from obesity, but due to the consumption of organic food products, his immune system has improved and despite being overweight, he is able to live a normal life. He uses only organic 5 products in his food. Umesh said that today more than 300 farmers across the country have joined Orgalife and are registered for organic farming in APIDA, an institute of the Government of India.


Central Chronicle is daily English Newspaper of Chhattisgarh. Central Chronicle has own website it is first news website in Chhattisgarh.

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