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Designed to synergise Asian Elephant conservation and community development, Elephant Country products are symbolic of the inter-dependent relationship between men and elephants. Crafted by local artisans of Eastern Himalayas these products tell a story of coexistence and a unique bond of nurturing and being nurtured. The idea behind these products is to provide alternate sources of revenue generation and livelihood to many forest-fringe communities.



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Balipara Foundation

Elephant Country is incubated by Balipara Foundation, a Non- Profit organisation based in Assam in the Eastern Himalayas. Established in 2007, Balipara Foundation works towards community development and conservation of natural resources in the region through the concepts of Naturenomics™ and Rural Futures.

Balipara Foundation

Elephant Country is incubated by Balipara Foundation, a Non- Profit organisation based in Assam in the Eastern Himalayas. Established in 2007, Balipara Foundation works towards community development and conservation of natural resources in the region through the concepts of Naturenomics™ and Rural Futures.



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Farmers and Artisans

Elephant Country works with around 1700 community farmers and artisans. The community weaved Eri and Muga Silk products are made using traditional hand looms by weavers at Bijoynagar area of Kamrup district in Assam. Under the aegis of Shri Narmohan Das, around 650 families are directly involved in the weaving cluster. Our other community weaved products such as Gamocha, Wrapper, Saree, Mekhela Chador, Cushion Covers, Wall Hangings, Table Mat, Table Runner, Utility Pouch, Bags, Handmade Traditional Jewellery etc. are made by traditional artists from different communities such as Assamese, Mising, Bodo, Nyishi, Naga among many other.

The immunity spices and tea are sourced from different community farmers and small tea growers from across Northeast India of the Eastern Himalayas. Each spice is traditionally grown and processed in the best facility without any adulteration to its original flavors. Community farmers such as Trinity Saioo from Meghalaya, Pfolo Kreo from Nagaland, Martin Rabha from Assam and many others have impacted the lives of more than 900 farmers in the region.

Farmers and Artisans

Elephant Country works with around 1700 community farmers and artisans. The community weaved Eri and Muga Silk products are made using traditional hand looms by weavers at Bijoynagar area of Kamrup district in Assam. Under the aegis of Shri Narmohan Das, around 650 families are directly involved in the weaving cluster. Our other community weaved products such as Gamocha, Wrapper, Saree, Mekhela Chador, Cushion Covers, Wall Hangings, Table Mat, Table Runner, Utility Pouch, Bags, Handmade Traditional Jewellery etc. are made by traditional artists from different communities such as Assamese, Mising, Bodo, Nyishi, Naga among many other.

The immunity spices and tea are sourced from different community farmers and small tea growers from across Northeast India of the Eastern Himalayas. Each spice is traditionally grown and processed in the best facility without any adulteration to its original flavors. Community farmers such as Trinity Saioo from Meghalaya, Pfolo Kreo from Nagaland, Martin Rabha from Assam and many others have impacted the lives of more than 900 farmers in the region.



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Wild Mahseer

Serenely tucked in the Brahmaputra valley and nurtured by the local communities of the Eastern Himalayas, the Eastern Himalayan Botanic Ark in residence at Wild Mahseer is an elusive natural and cultural paradise. It is a hub of mindful tourism impacting community development and growth through rural livelihoods, social mobility, and preservation of our Nature Capital. Located 25 km away from the Tezpur city, Wild Mahseer is a bio-diverse Ark of 1,00,000+ plants, 90+ species of birds, and 72+ species of butterflies. Nestled in the Adabarie Tea Estate, the 145 years old Eastern Himalayan Botanic Ark in residence at Wild Mahseer, will gently sweep you back in time.

Wild Mahseer

Serenely tucked in the Brahmaputra valley and nurtured by the local communities of the Eastern Himalayas, the Eastern Himalayan Botanic Ark in residence at Wild Mahseer is an elusive natural and cultural paradise. It is a hub of mindful tourism impacting community development and growth through rural livelihoods, social mobility, and preservation of our Nature Capital. Located 25 km away from the Tezpur city, Wild Mahseer is a bio-diverse Ark of 1,00,000+ plants, 90+ species of birds, and 72+ species of butterflies. Nestled in the Adabarie Tea Estate, the 145 years old Eastern Himalayan Botanic Ark in residence at Wild Mahseer, will gently sweep you back in time.

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