Agriculture has remained as a centrepiece of Indian economy. Though it is a main source of livelihood for a majority of Indian population, it still stands as a technologically backward sector. Despite its importance to the economy, little has been done to revive the sector. From production challenges to financing inefficiencies, Indian agriculture is plagued by several issues. Inadequate farm equipment, lack of access to fairly priced credit, distribution challenges due to intermediaries between farm to fork are some of the challenges facing the Indian farmer. Farmers are the sole risk bearers of all these challenges that arise in the farming cycle. Be it lack of quality tools, erratic monsoons or pest outbreaks, farmers have to face it all without any risk mitigation among other stakeholders. We live in a world where technology is at the heart of our everyday lives. Similar to the transformations in other sectors, technology is sure to shape farming practices. Technology can transform Indian agriculture by addressing challenges related to quality, quantity, distribution and storage. Last mile logistics, to get agri products, into the hands of farmers, is still a big challenge, and very often needs to rely on cash-based traditional distribution channels, which are not nimble enough.