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INDUZ ORGANIC - About Us

The word "Indus" is the romanised form of the ancient Greek word "Indós", borrowed from the old Persian word " Hindus" which is in turn borrowed from the Sanskrit word "Sindhu". The River INDUS, it is one of the longest rivers in Asia. Our country India owe its name to the river. In ancient times, "India" (INDUZ) referred to those regions immediately along the east bank of the river Indus.

The civilisation that flourished in the basins of this river is known as Indus Valley Civilisation and is believed to be one of the oldest human civilisations. Inhabitants of the ancient Indus river valley were pioneers in developing new techniques in Agriculture, handicraft and metallurgy (copper, bronze, lead, and tin).

Our Organisation also owes its name to the Great Indus River, Great Ancient Indus Valley Civilisation as we belong to this civilisation, Our Organisation firmly believes in our Ancient Culture, Scripts, Philosophies, Traditions and Vedas. At Induz we are committed to bring the Old Good Days and Old Good Practices, Traditions, Techniques Back with Technological advancements for the benefit of the Human Civilisation.

OUR MISSION

Promote, Develop and Innovate Ancient sustainable Indian Farming Techniques to farmers, Excel in Agriculture through sustainable agriculture developments,Promote Indian recipes, food products, food traditions and chemical free, healthy food products to consumers.

OUR VISION

At Induz Organic, we strive to bring the Ancient Indian farming and fooding traditions back in our culture, become the leading producer and supplier of Indian organic products and become trusted companion for farmers across India; doing our bit to help make farming sustainable, profitable and environment friendly.

CERTIFICATIONS

At Induz Organic, we strive to bring the Ancient Indian farming and fooding traditions back in our culture, become the leading producer and supplier of Indian organic products and become trusted companion for farmers across India; doing our bit to help make farming sustainable, profitable and environment friendly.

OUR APPROACH

On India's micro-farms, we find that problems are:
  • Increased cost of Agriculture VS the Economical Return - Low Profits
  • Non-availability of Proper Information on Natural low cost Inputs
  • No Knowledge of efficient ancient Indian farming techniques
  • Non-Availability of farm labour
  • labour drudgery and
  • Health Hazard due to excess use of Chemical Inputs and Pesticides
And these problems are all equally solvable with our Ancient Indian Farming Techniques added with prudent design and technology intervention,which is human-centred and we are committed to maintaining it at the highest standards; constantly and comprehensively through evolving ourselves.