This 100-year-old tea brand was built by a Satyagraha freedom fighter

Started as a move to make India free from the British Raj, Luxmi Group has a legacy of over 100 years, and became one of the largest tea producers in India.

4th Jul 2020
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Tea brand built by a Satyagraha freedom fighter

Luxmi Tea

Started as a move to make India free from the British Raj, Luxmi Group has a legacy of over 100 years, and became one of the largest tea producers in India.



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