Top 10 Best Water Bottles Brands with Price in India 2021

Water – rich with nutrients such as sodium, calcium, magnesium, fluorine and many other minerals is a vital natural resource that becomes a part of our daily essentials. Our body consists of 70% of the water that is flushed out and renewed every 6 weeks in a process called “Natural Renewal”. To replenish the body we consume around 3-4 litres of water every day. However, not all natural water is safe to drink. The growing water-borne diseases and unavailability of clean drinking water accelerated the need to purify and make water healthy. Thus emerged the era of bottled mineral waters, which further multiplied into subsequent brands.

The top 10 brands that stay ahead in this competition of serving packaged drinking water in India are stated below:

10. Rail Neer

Rail Neer

Rail Neer is a packaged drinking water that is available only for sale in Indian railway stations. Indian Railways installed 4 Neer bottling plants that produces 6.14 lakhs of packaged bottles per day. The water is drawn from bore wells and stored in an underground reservoir which then undergoes 8 purification process removing dust, microbes, odour and pesticides. It is one of the largest sold water bottles – 11.8 crore bottles sold in 2014-15 with a turnover of Rs.96 crore. The Indian Railways plans to produce 16 crore water bottles with a turnover of Rs 120 crore.

Cost: Rs 15/litre  

9. Tata Water Plus

Tata Water Plus

With a prudent idea to nourish the average Indian consumer with the imperative nutrients, Tata Global Beverages’ and PepsiCo’s Tata Water Plus aims to offer copper and zinc that is easily absorbed by the body to improve the immune system. To make it realistic to its offerings, the brand is displayed in copper or brown color. Tata Water Plus is made available in 1l bottle and 200ml pouches.

Cost: Rs 20/ litre

8. Oxyrich


Dhariwal Industries’ Manikchand Oxyrich is the only packaged drinking water in India that is infused with 300% more oxygen. With a 22000:2005 ISO, Oxyrich is one of the few packaged drinking glasses of water that uses a novel patented technology for adding more oxygen in the water. Every drop of water in the Oxyrich bottle is processed through sand filter, Activated carbon filter, UV Disinfection, Ultra filtration, Reverse Osmosis, and Ozonation. To sum it up, each bottle of Oxyrich not only quenches your thirst but also boosts oxygen.

Cost: Rs 20/ litre

7. Nestle Pure Life

Nestle Pure Life

More than a century old brand and its association with India, Nestle launched its packaged water Pure Life in 1998 to offer safe drinking water at an affordable price. Pure Life is the most popular bottled water brand that becomes one of the contestants for the best-packaged water bottle in India. Pure Life is functional in 20 countries that continue to improve its packaging every year to make it eco-friendly.

Cost: Rs 20/ litre

6. Qua


With an attractive French bottling expertise design to replenish the power store of a human body that’s filled by 70% water, Narang Group’s Qua is a true representation of natural mineral water. It stands out being called as a natural drinking water with the slogan “Untouched by humans, unless opened by you” that offers you wide benefits from improving the metabolism, keeping your mind and body young. Qua is saturated with Calcium, Magnesium, Sodium, Potassium, Bicarbonates, Fluorides, Chlorides and Nitrates that are organic in nature.

Cost: Rs 60/ litre

5. Himalayan


“Extracted from nature, bottled at source” the tagline righteously suggests the purity of the drinking water. “Himalayan” is a joint venture between Tata Global Beverages and PepsiCo India. The catch in this brand is its aquifer that is located 400 feet below the surface in the Shivalik range, the catchment area is free from pollution and any human activity. Himalayan packaged water is readily available in 200ml, 500ml, 750ml, 1l and 1.5l bottles.

Cost: Rs 55/ litre

4. Bailey


Launched in 1993, Bailey, one of the largest water brands in India is known for its purity. Parle Agro stands apart from the competition and is the first to innovate packaged water bottle in India. A leading product by Parle Agro this product is available in a varied volume – 200ml, 300ml. 500ml, 1l, 2l, 5l, 20l and 25l.

Cost: Rs 20/ litre

3. Kinley


Coca Cola’s Kinley uses the latest technology of Reverse Osmosis which removes 99% of contaminants like salts, ions, bacteria from the water. The packaged water of Kinley includes salts of sodium and magnesium and is easily available to the consumers in 500ml, 1l, 2l, 20l, and 25l.

Cost: Rs 20/ litre

2. Aquafina


Launched predominantly in Bombay during 1999, PepsiCo’s Aquafina with 25% share gives a competitive edge followed by Bisleri. Aquafina packaged water follows a 5 step purification process providing the customers with the blend of taste and quality. Aquafina is packaged in different sizes like 300ml, 500ml, 1l, 2l and 25l bottles.

Cost: Rs 20/ litre

1. Bisleri


Parle’s Bisleri has become the benchmark of bottled water with 40% share leading the market in India. The 6 stringent level purification process from ozonization, pre-filtration, reverse osmosis, microfiltration, added minerals and final ozonisation ensures that every bottle of Bisleri water quenches not only your thirst but also keeps you healthy providing all the necessary minerals. With innovation, quality and value Bisleri’s sizes in 500ml, 1l, 2l, 5l, 10l, and 20l.

Cost: Rs 15/ litre