The study has aimed to develop an agro-techniques of potential and commercially viable medicinal plant (Inula racemosa) in cold desert of Ladakh. It was observed that the Inula racemosa was easily cultivated through rootstock with easy techniques and with minimal care. Through this techniques around 98% of the plants survived and established. The two year old rootstock can yield around 580 kgs/kanal and can earn around 0.61 lakhs per kanal. Number of stem is significantly correlated with fresh weight of the root at 5% and flower head per plant is highly significant correlated with fresh weight of root at 1% and the primary root length is also highly correlated with the fresh weight of the root.