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Founder's Message
Shri Niranjan Lal Agrawal, a true visionary had started his career in the field of agriculture, forest products, trade and set up several businesses in the areas of Rice Mills, Oil Mills, Iron, Steel and Power. He is the backbone of the Vandanaa Group. He has now handed over the affairs of the Company to his sons and is currently devoting his time fully towards community service.
Shri Niranjan Lal Agrawal is one of the renowned Philanthropist of Chhattisgarh. Born in 1928 in Kharsia, Chhattisgarh, he has spent his life in shaping up the group from the scratch. read more

Electricity Spot Prices
Region Wise Prices Max Min Avg
North East 4.45 1.00 2.50
East 4.45 1.00 2.50
West 4.45 1.00 2.50
North 6.01 1.00 2.80
South 5.10 2.07 3.19


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