How SabjiKothi is Helping Farmers to Save Money from 2019

SABJIKOTHI is a type of storage cart which have various features it can increase the shelf life of fruits and vegetables from 3-30 days and is helpful for small farmers to store vegetables and fruits. It is a product of SAPTKRISHI ( an agri-tech startup).

As we know that this product was also recognized in the Shark Tank India, unfortunately, they could not get funding. In recent years, there has been a surge in the number of agri-tech startups in India, with many focusing on the sabzi(vegetable) market. SAPT KRISHI is a platform that connects farmers directly with consumers. In this article, we will explore the impact of SABJI KOTHI in India and how they are changing the face of agriculture in India.

About the SABJIKOTHI Shark Tank

Sabjikothi FounderNikky Kumar Jha and Rashmi Jha
Founded in2019
HeadquarterBhagalpur, Bihar, India
FundingSeed funded
CcostLow, affordable
Nikky Kumar Jha sabjikothi
SABJI KOTHI featured in Shark Tank India
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It is a product used for the storage of various agricultural produce. After harvesting, not all the crops get sold, only that much amount of crops get sold which is required for the consumers and according to the market demand. Rest all the crops don’t get proper storage facilities and there is post-harvest loss which is very high(around 30%). Farmers cannot protect their crops from damage and not all farmers can afford cold storage. So to get rid of these problems a farmer can buy SABJI KOTHI which protects the crops from damage with various features and at affordable sabjikothi cost (Rs10,000 for up to 500kg).

Features of SABJIKOTHI

  • It cleans energy
  • Reduces carbon emission
  • It has zero maintenance
  • It is free of chemicals
  • It saves energy as it works on solar power
  • It is environmental friendly.


  • It is an IoT- enabled storage device.
  • It requires 10 watts of electricity(on or off the grid) and a liter of water daily.
  • Its controlled microclimate created inside the insulated chamber inhibits pathogen growth, delays browning and ripening, inhibits ethylene biosynthesis which is responsible for perishability, oxidizes ethylene into small molecules, and regulates the activity of antioxidant enzymes.
  • It can save farm net 30% of their horticultural crops that goes to waste due to insufficient storage facility.
  • Other storage devices require high energy to store crops but this product requires only 10 watts a day, it operates on a small lead acid battery
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Sabjikothi by SaptKrishi
Image Source- Sapt Krishi

Various ways of using this SaptKrishi product

This product is available in different storage capacities. They can store up to 200kg, 500kg, and 1000 kg. This can be used in various forms, they are:

FeaturesSabji KothiSabji Kothi cartSabji Kothi e-cart
Storage capacity200kg200kg400kg
EnergySolar poweredSolar powered
Lock mechanismyesyes
costlowlowApprox. 10,000
Battery backup Up-to 2 days80km/charge

Sabjikothi founders

Nikky Kumar Jha and his younger sister Rashmi jha operate a startup named SAPT KRISHI(an agri-tech start-up incubated at IIT Kanpur). Nikky Kumar Jha is a co-founder of Saptkrishi (Sabji Kothi). He is from Bhagalpur, Bihar. He is an electrical and electronics engineer and environmentalist. Expertise in renewable energy mainly solar, medical electronics, Internet of things, Agri-tech, Healthcare-tech, and Machine learning.

Sabjikothi Net Worth | Sabjikothi Revenue

The valuation of the Sabji Kothi startup is around 24 crore.

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In India, crops are cultivated in large quantities as the requirement is high. But the main problem is storage. Farmers can’t afford cold storage units as their sabjikothi price is high. SABJIKOTHI is a type of storage that is affordable and easy to use too. And it will help small marginal farmers to protect their crops from damage and also reduce post-harvest losses.

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Nidhi Jha
Nidhi Jha

Hello, I'm Nidhi, I like blogging especially in the field of agriculture, I love reading articles, and exploring agriculture. I hope my articles will help everyone to know more and more about the agriculture sector. Happy Reading..

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