Dada Organics – A New Company Focusing On The Conservation Of Ayurvedic Products, Empowering Women And Farmers


Sep 18, 2021 5:05 PM STI

Rajkot (Gujarat) [India], Sep 18 (ANI / PNN): Established entrepreneurs Jayshree Pandya and Dinesh Pandya recently launched their new business Dadaji Home Mart after achieving immense success in their Addshop E-Retail Limited business.
Dadaji home mart is a business started with passion by entrepreneurs Jayshree Pandya and Dinesh Pandya with the aim of not only prioritizing our age-old effective and authentic Ayurveda and making it accessible to all, but also with the intention of expanding and gradually increase employment opportunities. to Indian women by offering them a platform to start a business with a low capital investment.
The Dada Organics team is proud of our Indian heritage and their new company underscores that. Ayurveda is a system of traditional Indian medicine. It aims to preserve health and well-being by keeping the mind, body and spirit in balance.
Ayurvedic herbs and spices are also an important component of this approach. They are believed to protect your body from disease and provide a variety of health benefits, including improved digestion and mental health.
With all these aspects, Dada Organics has organized its line of hair care and various other products, from herbal shampoo and oil to products to solve digestive and joint problems.

Dada Organics Pvt Ltd. believes not only in the empowerment of women, but also in their economic independence. Their initiative aims to give women the financial freedom to make their own decisions, allowing them to live life on their terms. Recently, they hired a well-known Gujarati singer, Santvani Trivedi, as a brand ambassador for their company Dada Organics.
Some of the wonderful and valuable achievements of social entrepreneur Dinesh Pandya include the title of “Leading Industrialist of Gujarat” and the “INDIA SME 100 Award” by Cabinet Minister Nitin Gadkari. He was also honored with Golden Books of World Record – USA, “Krushi Maul Award” – Swami Samarth Sansthan, “SHRAMA RATNA” by the government of Gujarat. In 2016, Indira Gandhi Krushi University, Raipur, Chhattisgarh, awarded him the Zero Budget Farming Award. Its organic manure production unit was awarded the Best KVIC Unit award by Shri Vinay Kumar Saxena Ji, President of KVIC, in 2017.
Dineshbhai Pandya is a visually impaired first generation social entrepreneur. For the past 20 years, he has consistently contributed to the betterment of farmers by working on a mission called Poison Free Farming, Rich Farmer and Progressive Village. It helps divert farmers to organic farming and gradually reduce and stop the use of chemical fertilizers and pesticides.
He led around 1,200 village shibirs and diverted more than 30,000 farmers to organic farming. Considering the fact that Dinesh Pandya is visually impaired, her contribution to society is commendable. Apart from that, since the economic condition of our farmers is bad, it also teaches them to be an entrepreneur and to become self-reliant.
In these difficult times of the lockdown and unlock phase of Covid 19, Dineshbhai has provided employment opportunities to more than 10,000 people. He also adopted a hundred families whose employee died at Covid.
He also helped around 12,000 students with full size notebooks. He donated around 3,000,000 fabric masks from Gondal Udhyog Bharati Sanstha and did his part to prevent the company from Covid. He also provided a computer lab with 50 computers in a public school in his village. It is the largest laboratory of all the villages in Bhavnagar district in Gujarat.
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