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The M K Jokai Group owns & controls 7 plantations across Assam and West Bengal, producing close to 6.9 million kilograms of tea annually, and employing over 7,000 full time people. Every unit is a treasure trove of quality tea growth and production techniques.

Bokel
Bokel Tea Estate is one of the most significant gardens of M K Jokai. Its vast expance has been spread across five divisions.


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Nalani
Nalani the garden is situated on the bank of river Dibru and adjacent to the Brahmaputra river. It has an easily accessible water table


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Daisajan
Daisajan Tea Estate traces its name to the Assamese words "DoichhaJaan" meaning "the river with two heads


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Panitola
Panitola is the headquarters of the erstwhile Jokai Group of Gardens. It is the epicentre of all the upper Assam tea gardens.


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Muttuck
Muttuck Tea Estate, the last of the erstwhile Jokai estates, is located in a region that had been the site of the ancient town of the Mottock emperor


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Nangdala
Nangdala Tea Estate is one of the iconic Dooars Gardens. The only Garden of the group not situated in Assam


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Hattialli
Hattiali, in the regional language literally translates to "the elephant is coming". Traditionally, this area has had a high population


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Muttuck
Muttuck Tea Estate, the last of the erstwhile Jokai estates, is located in a region that had been the site of the ancient town of the Mottock emperor


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Nangdala
Nangdala Tea Estate is one of the iconic Dooars Gardens. The only Garden of the group not situated in Assam


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Hattialli
Hattiali, in the regional language literally translates to "the elephant is coming". Traditionally, this area has had a high population


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Did you Know?

Recently, M K Tea has introduced the MK Golden Tea Cup Awards. This award will be offered to the team member via a jury panel decision with regards to who has made the most creative tea discovery or innovation.