Nestled within this lush, pearl-shaped archipelago, thrives a
vastly biodiverse region, abundant in minerals and various botanical species.
This is where the unprecedented Ahinsa estate has established its home and considerately intertwined its utilitarianism ideology.
The name 'Ahinsa' derives its roots from Sanskirt and means quite simply, peace. Its translation articulates the treasured philosophy surrounding the estate’s attitudes in the implementation of ethical methodologies, for the equal prosperity of both humans and nature.
At Ahinsa, quality takes priority, however, it does not triumph over their altruistic ideology of respectful preservation and maintaining the balance between humans and surrounding nature.
The property is comprised of tea gardens that, with the assistance of their benevolent guardianship, thrive organically. These abundant patches of undisturbed flora produce a diverse tea range including black tea, green tea, white tea, and various herbal teas.
In addition, the Estate also cultivates a variety of crops, products, herbs, and spices such as black pepper, cinnamon, ginger, lemongrass, vanilla, and various other medicinal botanicals.