Popular GI Tags in India

By - Binita Kumari

Darjeeling Tea 

Darjeeling tea from West Bengal was the first Indian product to get the geographical indication tag in 2014. 

Mysore Silk

The Mysore Silk of Karnataka recieved the GI tag in November 2005.


On 29th July 2019, the Odisha received GI  tag for Odisha Rasagola.

Muga Silk 

Muga Silk of Assam was recognized as a protected geographical indication (GI) in 2007.


Cashew Feni of Goa received the GI Tag  in 2007.

Bhagalpur Silk 

Bhagalpur Silk of Bihar received the GI Tag  in 2011.

Agates of Cambay 

Agates of Cambay of Gujarat was conferred with the GI tag by the Government of India in 2008.

Alphonso Mango 

Alphonso Mango of Maharashtra was awarded the GI tag in 2018.

Naga Chilli 

Naga Chilli of Nagaland was awarded the GI tag in 2008.

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