‘Mrida’ in Sanskrit means ‘Soil’, which in a single word encapsulates what we stand for. We work at the ground level, close to the soil. Our efforts mobilize the base of the pyramid – our core customers. Our product offerings emanate from the soil. As the saying goes, “We come from the soil. And we will ultimately go back to it.” Mrida, as a business, is inspired by the soil.
Our logo – a plant beginning to take root – also reflects the Mrida philosophy,while the color green symbolizes clean energy and sustainability.
Mrida & Reliance: Transforming Together - Villages Jhiriya, Kutmikhurd, Mauhadol
Partnering with The Reliance Foundation, Mrida installed 8 solar micro grids empowering 127 households in 3 villages in Panna District, Madhya Pradesh..
Mahindra & Mahindra and Mrida: Bringing Solar Power to 11 Villages in Kushinigar District
Over the last 2 years, Mrida has teamed up with M&M to provide electricity to 11 households across this district in UP. The hamlets had previously never been electrified..
IL&FS & Mrida: TahTajpur – An IL&FS MPowered Village
Mrida provides consulting and implementation of end-to-end solutions for integrated Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) initiatives, as in the case of Village TahTajpur adjoining the Moradabad Bareilly Expressway..
An agri-labour by profession, Sukh Lal always had a keen interest in transforming his village, Tahtajpur into a better and sustainable one…
Belonging to an agrarian family, which was involved in crops and vegetable cultivation, Devender Kumar, a 22-year..
Inder Pal is an agriculturist by profession and a marginal farmer with a total landholding of 1.33 acres from Village Faridapur Inayat Khan..
Hailing from a small village called Urla Jagir in Bareilly, Munna Lal focuses more on the quality of his produce..
Rita Devi, a housewife from village Kushinagar, took a step forward by getting engaged in an alternative livelihood intervention…