Vanisa sandalwood farms pvt ltd

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Vanisa Sandalwood Farms private limited offers the potential benefits on a widespread basis and aid transparency investments. Vanisa has full know-how technology to grow sandalwood plants under the guidance of Agricultural experts, biologists, R&D Specialists, Wood Scientists. We dedicated to enforce best practice principles in all aspects and strive for excellence in all transactions. Our main objective is environmental care increase fauna, respect & transparency by strong environmental ethics.
Vision:
* To protect the living organism by Green Revolution, to suppress the Global Warming; to increase Rural Employment by Growing Sandalwood.
* Low investment with High profitability with moral values and social responsibility

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  • 1. Live the Green Dream... Who We are?We are venture owners withrenowned scientists and biologistshaving strong knowledge insandalwood cultivation and offeryou the potential benefits on aextensive basis and aid transparencyinvestments in sandalwoodcultivations.
  • 2. VisionTo protect the living organism byGreen Revolution, to suppress theGlobal Warming, to increase RuralEmployment by Growing Sandalwoods.Achieve the substantial ruralemployment, povertyalleviation, improve the quality of lifeof the people, increase the greencover, diminish the global warming &to preserve the bio-diversity of theuniverse.
  • 3. MissionGrowing Quality Sandalwood bycontinuous monitoring with the experts& Agriculture skilled workers.Proper Maintenance of the Nursery inthe Green House, Drip IrrigationSystems.Through analysis, science andtechnology, we will demonstrate ourbusiness decisions are related toprotecting the environments andclients.
  • 4. Sandalwood historySandalwood is a main ingredient in perfumes,incense, lotions and body oils.For over 2000 years it is one of the most importantperfume materials used in Asia.Valued for its spiritual and medicinal qualitiesand is considered the most sacred of all trees usedas an important part of devotional rituals andreligious practices.Sandalwood has been used by humans as oil,scented burning sticks and aromatic carving woodfor centuries.Due to the slow growing nature of the sandalwoodtree and the high demand for its heartwoodproperties it is the second most expensive legalwood.
  • 5. What is Heartwood?The prized properties of thesandalwood tree are concentrated inthe heartwood. Heartwood can bedefined as "the inner most and oldestwood, no longer functional for watertransport and food storage, oftencharacterized by colored deposits ofresinous, phenolic and othercompounds which are frequentlyassociated with enhanced durability"
  • 6. Sandalwood Various UseThe active ingredients in sandalwood aresantalols, these compounds have anti-bacterialactivity, treatment of skin cancer.Extracts of sandalwood have also been used to treaturinary infections.Used internally in chronic bronchitis, a few drops onsugar giving relief; also in gonorrhea and gleets; inchronic cystitis, with benzoic and boric acids.Much used as a perfume for different purposes.The wood is used for making fancy articles, natural skincare products, toothpaste, body soaps, medicines.Sandalwood also aids in the stimulation of the growth ofwhite blood.In Ayurvedic medicine, sandalwood has been used forrespiratory and urinary infections and for therevitalization of skin; in Chinese Medicine, sandalwoodhas been used for skin complaints, stomachache andvomiting.
  • 7. Sandalwoods CraftsSandalwood can be finely carved and has abeautiful scent. The most common carvings areof Hindu Gods.Hindu pilgrims might buy one of these figures asa souvenir when they have visited a shrine.Sandalwood is also made into animal figures,boxes, cabinets, trays, chess sets and evenwalking sticks.Sandalwood is also used for a variety of smallcarved articles, such as boxes, cabinet panels,jewel cases, combs, picture frames, fan handles,pen holders and card cases etc.
  • 8. Sandalwood BenefitsSandalwood scent is believed to transform onesdesires and maintain a persons alertness whilein meditation. Sandalwood is also one of themore popular scents used for incense used whenoffering incense to the Buddha.Sandalwood Essential Oil one of the most widelyused of all essential oils around the world.Today sandalwood essential oils is considered inaromatherapy to be considered effective intreating dry skin, general skin irritation andacne. It may also help in the treatment ofbronchitis, catarrh, dry persistent coughs,laryngitis as well as sore throats. It may alsohelp in to relieve diarrhea, nausea and somecases of cystitis.
  • 9. Sandalwood GrowingCultivation of sandalwood profitable investment.Grow under varying conditions of soil ph from 5.0 to 7.5.Indian Environmental conditions favors growth.Sandalwood is a parasitic plant so it requires host plantsto partner with. It is dependent on these host plants forits nutrients and water demands to achieve and sustainhealthy growth.Nursery raised host seedlings such as Curry leaves orother suitable plant should be planted first followed bydirect seeding of the Sandalwood nuts adjacent to theseestablished hosts.Sandalwood is dependent on other plants for mineralsand water, but still needs sunlight to make its ownsugars, which is why it has green leaves despite havingroots which attach themselves to the roots of otherplants.The trees need a lot of light, and are easily overgrown.
  • 10. Sandalwood growing Ratio India Indonesia Other
  • 11. Global WarmingGlobal warming is the increase in the averagetemperature of Earths near-surface air andoceans since the mid-20th century and itsprojected continuation. Most of the observedtemperature increase since the middle of the20th century has been caused by increasingconcentrations of greenhouse gases, whichresult from human activity such as theburning of fossil fuel and deforestation.
  • 12. Demand and SupplyThe scope for cultivation for sandalwood is very muchencouraging, since there is wide gap between supply anddemand.Sandalwood has two primary uses: extraction of anessential oil, and as a source of wood for carving.The heartwood of the trunk, main branches and roots isused in essential oil distillation.The sapwood is used for carving. Sandalwood is muchprized as a wood. In India, the sapwood is used for woodturning, particularly toy making.sandalwood is one of the essential oils which improvewith age and because of increased demand the price ofthe oil has begun to increase significantly each year.It is believed that the best quality of the Santalum Albumoil comes from the India.
  • 13. Mini PlantationEach plantation will comprise of half acreplanted with 150 sandalwood trees andother companion trees.The interest expires in 12 years or can beextended on mutually agreed terms andconditions.May purchase 1 or more Mini-Plantations.This Green Business Opportunity provides anentry level business structure with minimalcapital outlay.Sandalwood today is the second most costlywood. Large economic benefits of plantingSandalwood can be theoretically gained.
  • 14. Price Trend The Price of Indian Sandalwood of good heartwood class at present is over Rs. 5500 per Kilogram and that of oil is about Rs. 1, 45,000 per kg, from the legal sources.2009-10 1450002008-09 120000 2009-102007-08 85000 2008-09 2007-082006-07 80000 2006-072005-06 65000 2005-06 2004-052004-05 35000 2003-042003-04 30000 2002-03 2001-022002-03 200002001-02 20000
  • 15. Investment Highlights:The cost of Mini-Plantation is 3.5 lakh rupees only.Client will receive the Certificate ofmembership, Registration with title deed andPassbook for ½ acre farm.Sandalwood plantation and maintenanceconsultation is done for 12 years or till the product issold free of cost.The project owners benefit only with the harvestwhich by itself is a major security.An investment which yields returns higher than anyInsurance Policy, Bank Interest, and Stock Markets.sandalwood is one of the essential oils which improvewith age, it is wise to purchase more than you thinkas storing it will only result in it becoming richerover time.Profit sharing is on 50:50 basis, the land ownership(registration) is being given to the farm owner.
  • 16. Cost Benefit AnalysisProfit for 150 Sandalwood seedlings assumingthat 150 trees are planted and out of whichonly 20%of the plants survive, such trees arecut after a period of 12 years. 120trees X 30* kg x 4000Rs**= 1,44,00000** indicates minimum current market price forthe year 2011.* indicates Sandalwood heartwood growth pertree
  • 17. Benefits of MembershipThe income is all tax free income, as agricultureincome is exempt income under the Income TaxAct, 1961.Sandalwood plantation and maintenanceconsultation is done free of cost for 12 years or tillthe product is sold.Free accommodation in the Resort with a host offacilities like swimming pool, gym, cottages to stayindoor recreation.Vanisa do not do profit with the sale of the farmand this farm is registered in your name thusreducing the risk.The initial purchase value is properly justified andthe customers are welcome to monitor/check theinvestments.The project owners benefit only with the harvestwhich by itself is a major security.
  • 18. For Further Questions Contact below Address ::Corporate Office:: Vanisa Sandalwood Farms Private Ltd. KP Reddy Complex, Plot No 13, 2ndFloor, Road No 9, New Nagole, Hyderabad 500 035, Andhra Pradesh (India) website: www.vanisasandalwoodfarms.com email : info@vanisasandalwoodfarms.com Phone : +91 40 24222299 Mobile : +91 99490 49666