Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) & News

Sustainable Agriculture

We engage in agricultural practices that enhance and maintain the long-term of our plantations and are very conscientious about the impact of our actions on the surrounding environment.

Environmental & Wildlife conservation

In order to protect and conserve the environment, usage of unsafe pesticides is prohibited on our gardens. We are highly committed to safeguard the Wild Life in and near our estates and are actively engaged with WWF funded rescue teams and the Forest department to do so.

Education & Recreation

We provide primary education to the children of our workforce through both schools located in the tea estates as well as externally. In addition to work, recreation is also an important part of life. Management often organizes sporting events and undertakes various projects to further the welfare and morale of the workforce.


We provide healthcare benefits to all our workers via well equipped 5 hospitals located on each of the tea estates. Additional welfare services such as Child care, Mothers club, awareness about health and hygiene of workforce in the worker’s residential areas continue to be part and parcel of our integrated Workforce Welfare Management as a routine.

  • August 6


    The Telegraph: Rescued Elephant Calf Returns To Herd

    Jorhat, Aug. 6: An elephant calf — which got stuck in a drain inside a tea garden in Golaghat district — was rescued by forest department officials with help from workers of the tea estate, and subsequently reunited with the herd. ...

  • August 2


    The Telegraph: The garden that cradles a wildlife-rich forest in Golaghat turns into a haven for wild animals

    Jorhat, Aug. 2: A portion of land inside a tea estate has turned into a wildlife habitat, with leopards, deer, elephants ...

  • August 8


    The Hindu Business Line: Duflating’s tea fetches record price

    The orthodox tea produced by Duflating Tea Estate located in Jorhat district of Assam was sold at Kolkata auction at the record price of Rs. 6,999 a kg, the highest so far for any Assam tea. J. Thomas & Company Private Ltd were the auctioneers. ...

  • June 28


    The Hindu Business Line: Langharjan estate’s tea fetches record prices

    Six packages of whole leaf orthodox (Grade TGFOP1, Tippy, J Thomas list), totalling 103 kg, all produced from the Langharjan tea estate in Assam’s Naharkatiya district, were sold at a record price of Rs 2,589 a kg at Kolkata tea auctions on Wednesday, according to tea auction sources. ...