A field experiment was conducted during the rainy (kharif), winter (rabi) and summer seasons of 2020–21 and 2021–22 at the research farm of Indian Agricultural Research Institute, New Delhi to evaluate the productivity and profitability of pigeon pea–vegetable mustard–okra cropping system as influenced by enriched organic formulations. The experiment comprised of one cropping system (pigeon pea–vegetable mustard–okra) and seven nutrient sources viz., control, 100% RDN through FYM, 100% RDN through improved RRC, 100% RDN through PHA enriched FYM, 75% RDN through PHA enriched FYM, 100% RDN through PPC enriched FYM and 75% RDN through PPC enriched FYM were tested in randomized block design with three replications. Results showed that the apparent values of yield of the crops were influenced by enriched organic formulations during both the years. Among the treatments, application of 100% RDN through PHA enriched FYM gave significantly highest seed and stover yield, followed by 100% RDN through PPC enriched FYM and FYM during both the years of study. System productivity of cropping system in terms of pigeon pea-equivalent yield (PPEY) was significantly higher under 100% RDN through PHA enriched FYM (8.70 and 8.97 t ha-1) during both the years of experimentation. Results further revealed that the same treatment resulted into statistically highest system gross returns, net returns and B:C ratio (₹671.7 x103 ha-1 and ₹689.6 x103 ha-1; ₹553.6 x103 ha-1 and ₹567.8 x103 ha-1; 4.96 and 4.94 during 2020–21 and 2021–22, respectively) over other nutrient sources and remained at par with 100% RDN through PPC enriched FYM and FYM during both the years.