Himalayan Mountain

Himalayan mountain draws inspiration From  "Bansi Gir Gaushala", and its work towards reviving Bharat’s ancient “Gau Sanskriti”. We believe ancient Bharat holds the solution to many of the challenges facing humanity today.

Himalayan mountain mission  is to change the way people think about food and beverage, bringing simple Organic, Natural & Ayurvedic wisdom back into people’s lives. Our brand aims to recreate the same purity and authenticity that is characteristic of ancient Bharat.While doing so, we help people empower farmers who are the cornerstone of "Bharatiya & Gau Sanskriti".

Our Featured Product

Reasons to Buy Organic Tea


No Chemical / color


Environment Friendly


Relexation & Mental Health


The Safest Choice


Good For Digestive system


Helps in Weight Loss


Better Taste


Best For Blood Sugar


Since 2010

We have a legacy of serving mankind with the wonders of Mother Nature and Ayurveda since 2010.


Quality Herbal Product

Products of Himalayan Mountain are developed at DSIR Recognized Dedicated R&D Centre


Made in India

Suryan Organic is an Indian Company, serving across the globe with the invaluable treasures of Indian Traditional Science.


Inspired By Ayurveda

Ayurvedic philosophy states that health and wellness depend on a delicate balance between the mind, body, and spirit. This holistic approach of Ayurveda inspires us to serve the humanity.


Available in 5+ Countries

Serving worldwide with the traditional wisdom of Ayurevda in scientific manner across 5+ countries


Infused With Natural Ingredients

Mother nature is a treasure with many different ways to maintain our health & wellness. Thus, we count on natural active ingredients for our quality products.

16+
Organic & Natural Products
8883+
Satisfied Clients
28+
Countries
14+
Store

Our Certificate

We are committed to quality and each of our facility is independently certified by an industry-accredited agency.





Non-GMO Product


Natural & Organic


Quality You'll Love


250rs Minimum Order


Best Service