L.P No: 13/2019/R

A.P.RERA No: P06140100472

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Sandalwood Plantations

Sandalwood is a class of woods from trees in the genus santalum, botanical. It is called as "Santalum Album”. The woods are heavy, yellow, and fine-grained. Unlike many other aromatic woods, they retain their fragrance for decades, sandalwoods are medium-sized hem parasitic tree.

Out of 195 countries in these world only eight countries (India, Indonesia, Australia, New Caledonia, Fiji Islands, Philippines, Srilanka and Malaysia) has a suitable climate conditions for cultivation of sandal trees. That’s the reason sandalwood has a huge demand in the global market. Sandalwood plantations constitute a highly lucrative business. Globally, the sandalwood supplies are not able to match its rising demand.

In India, sandalwood is used for a variety of reasons: Making idols of gods and goddesses, furniture, medicine and religious purposes. Traditionally, the sandalwood was sourced from forests under strict government supervision and control. With large scale cutting down of sandalwood trees, illegal trade in sandalwood, and the rising demand for sandalwood imports from Australia, the government had to change its sandalwood policy. In 2001, government of India legalized the cultivation of sandalwood.

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  • Sandalwood is basically used for extraction of an essential oil (sandal oil) and as a source of wood for carving.
  • Globally, India and Indonesia are the two major producers and exporters of sandalwood. The United States and France are the two largest importers of sandalwood.
  • India accounts for some 90% of sandal oil production in the world
  • Sandalwood trees tend to grow very slowly, gradually developing a core of heartwood
  • Flowering in 4-5 years signals the formation of heartwood
  • Sandalwood trees that are of 12-15 years produce higher heart wood yield anywhere between 20 and 40 kilos with higher rate of returns assured
  • The environment has an effect on the quality of the wood and oil. Much of the sandalwood is obtained from natural forests, small quantities are also obtained from plantations and trees growing in private fields.
  • Harvested wood is cut into billets and transported
  • The heartwood of the trunk, main branches and roots is used in essential oil distillation
  • The sapwood is used for carving. Sandalwood is much prized as a wood. In India, the sapwood is used for wood turning, particularly toy making

Sandalwood Property Management

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  • Our company is going to endorse the whole project (Property Management) for 15 years.
  • For harvasting Sri Gandham Plants (Sandalwood) is period is 12-15 years.
  • The company will take the complete responsibility regarding the cultivations, procedures and its process with worthy observation for 15yrs duration.
  • Generated revenue will be disturbed between the company and customers at 50:50 ratio
  • Duration from 12 to 15 yrs Sandalwood (Srigandham)tree can produce around 40-50kg of heartwood
  • Currently the Market Value is Rs. 25,000 per kg
  • As per market strategies, Investors can avail 10 to 15 times profit in just 12 to 15 years from the investment, without selling the plot.