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  1. Supporting ‘Make in India’, Amity scientists develop indigenous herbal colours

Supporting ‘Make in India’, Amity scientists develop indigenous herbal colours

Showing their support for Prime Minister Narendra Modi's 'Make in India' initiative, Amity scientists have developed 100 percent pure, safe and indigenous herbal colours with absolutely no synthetic or harmful additives.

By: | Published: June 12, 2015 9:25 AM

Showing their support for Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s ‘Make in India’ initiative, Amity scientists have developed 100 percent pure, safe and indigenous herbal colours with absolutely no synthetic or harmful additives.

These herbal colours could be used in various industries such as cosmetics, toys, paints, pharmaceuticals, food and other items.

“The herbal colours indigenously developed at Amity, when used extensively in all the industries, will herald a revolution in the country, which is reeling under the pressure of products loaded with

synthetic components and chemicals,” said Harsha Kharkwal, faculty at Amity University.

This technology has been transferred to a Jaipur-based company, Subh Laxmi Industries, for use of herbal colours in manufacturing of gulal.

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