Green & Green
Revive a lifestyle forgotten.

This government-supported agro project aims at fostering conventional farming in the lives of the urban. The best patch of land in Sriperumbudur is our environmental plantation. Apart from the entitlement of owning land and farming fields, it ensures recurring dividends by creating a special market for your produce. Its innateness includes fresh water, power supply, solar fencing & lighting, agri-assistance; and nevertheless, the contentment of contributing to environmental sustainability and restoration of ecological balance.

Status: Ongoing Project

24×7 fresh water

Solar fencing

CCTV security

Agri Subsidy Assistance

24×7 electricity

Solar lights

Back-up generators

Farming Assistance

Green & Green is located near Sriperumbudur, on the NH4 connecting Chennai and Bangalore. It is situated in the Madhuramangalam and Kodamanallur region. It’s located 15 kms from the Dry Port and 6.5 kms away from the proposed Greenfield Airport.

Location Map

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The Produce

The plantation is a blend of forest and farmland, replete with a measure combination of trees, greens and creepers. The selection ensures soil fertility and crop diversity. A thorough study of ecology and advanced scientific technology based on biological processes, helps Green & Green conform to the highest standards of conventional farming. Thai guava • Dates trees • Arai, Siru, Parupu, Mulai & Palak Spinach • Water melon Musk melon • Pumpkin white Planting Soon: Amla • Pomegranate • Lemon • Chickoo.


Parambariya

A Ranch with the features of a metropolitan club, a meditation hall, a waterfall swimming pool, an ayurvedic spa and a multi-cuisine restaurant. The centrally located, eco-friendly club basks in an unadulterated rural setting. Explore agrarian culture at our World Huts, a set of 8 different kinds of huts from around the world. Parambariya pampers you during your stay with fun activities like fishing, riding bullock carts, trekking, cycling and camp fires. Lift your spirit by engaging in traditional games like Gilli, Goli Gundu and Uri Adithal.