TANGLA: The films division of Ministry of information & broadcasting, Mumbai, Government of India is shooting a documentary film on Tea Entrepreneur, Tenzing Bodosa and his world's first elephant-friendly certified organic tea garden located in Udalguri district along the foothills of Indo-Bhutan border.
Tenzing Bodosa rose to limelight after he provided forest corridors essential for elephant survival and used organic practices focused on long-term sustainability and social responsibility. "The film is about the success story of a start-up with special reference to tribal entrepreneurship," the director of the documentary, Dr Mushuka Ramchiary said.
"If we respect nature, nature will respect us, this has been the rule of thumb of my life and I am happy that the journey of my life, my early youthhood days along with my efforts to raise the organic tea garden to the present stage is being documented," Tenzing Bodosa said. He also advocated that one must maintain the ecological balance in nature. He has also asserted that he have created a 74-acre wildlife preserve, a buffer zone, that attract herds of elephants, which roam between Assam and Bhutan, without any barriers and often visit his tea garden.