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Anandi Eco Farms

ANANDI ECO FARMS ASSOCIATION has started two sustainable Cotton Projects

1. At Warrangal, Telangana with 7000 farmers funded by BCFTP this year for implementing Better Cotton Initiative (BCI). We have a strong team in place to handle, training & educating the farmers with the consulting partner Sustainable Crop Solutions Network(SCSN)

2. Authentic Organic Cotton Project pure Non GMO Variety seeds at Salem with own funding in conversion – 1st Year

Our Mission

Preventing soil, water and air pollution.

Protecting Eco System and Environment

Production of quality cotton.

Making cotton cultivation, sustainable

For the betterment of all, including farmers

Our Vision

Making Cotton crop cultivation sustainable by avoiding the usage of chemical inputs.

Preventing Soil, Water & Air pollution.

Protecting the Eco system & Environment.

Production of Quality Cotton.

For the betterment of all in the cotton sector.

WARANGAL PROFILE

1.Historical background:

warangal-profileWarangal and Hanamkonda as legend goes in linked with the dynastics of great “Vishnukundins” and even prior to it also of the Buddhist and Pre-Buddhist periods of Indian History. During Eight Century A.D. Warangal with an old name “Orukal” has served as capital city of Yadava king of Tulu Andhra’s. From the middle of the 12th century upto two hundred years, this area is ruled by the Kakatiyas of Ganapathis making Warangal as capital city. The name of warangal “Orugallu” is said to be correct form of Orukal, which is the original designation, the old town. The words “Orugallu” are the two variants of one appellation which means “Solitary cliff” standing in the middle of the Warangal fort. The Kakatiya line seems to have been in existence even earlier to the middle of 7th century A.D because the famous Chinese pilgrim Hieum-Tsang, mentions the name of the kingdom “Dankakatiya” in the south. The family name Kakatiya is derived from the local appellation of the Goddess Durga (Kakati). The Rajahs of Warangal in the beginning were vassals of the chalukya kings of “Vatapi” in the 8th century. When the Chalukyan kings were in down fall, thje kings of Warangal assumed independence and gradually rose to power. The names of few kings i.e Polaraja Rudra Deve-1, Ganapathi Deva, Rani Rudrama Devi and Prathaparudra hace occupied proudfull position in the history. Thousand Pillars Temple, Ramappa Temple and Warangal Fort are the master pieces of Kakatiya scrulpture and architecture.

Thus the city of Warangal has developed both under the political and Hisatorical influences of successive great kings. The Historians have divided the growth of city in favour stages of significant historical events and developments occurred in Warangal City.

These are

  1. The Kaktiya stage : 1260-1422
  2. Transmission stage : 1422-1725
  3. Asifjahi stage : 1725-1948
  4. Modern stage : 1948-onwards

Boundaries :

Our fields of expertise

 

Warangal district is bounded on North by Karimnagar district, on the west by Medak district, on the south by Nalgonda district and by Khammam district on East and South-East.

Geographical particulars :

Our fields of expertise

Warangal district lies between the latitude of 17o19′ and 18o 36′, North and longitudes of 78o 49′ and 80o43′ East and is above mid sea level by 870 feet-1700 feet. The geographical area of the district is 12846 sq.kms. The entire ares is studded with isolated hills, hill strems, rainfed tanks and large lakes. The district possess interesting principal pictures of geographical formations like Archaean puranas and Gondwans.