Enabavi, a small village in Warangal district, Telangana has created history in its own right to ensure itself a place in the agrarian history of India. The entire village has about 55 families, 300 acres constituting the village’s population of about 200 to become fully organic. This village is now free of pesticides, chemical fertilisers and genetically-modifed crops. The village stands as a ray of hope in the midst of dark picture of agriculture indebtedness, meagre returns and increasing input costs. Enabavi is the first village in the country to declare itself, chemical free. The accomplishment was not any sudden incident neither miracle. It took three years of determined eﬀorts of our organization and priceless cooperation from the gritty farmers of the entire village.