Traditional farming practices

Traditional farming practices

Farmers of Devbhoomi Reading Traditional farming practices 2 minutes Next Nutrition for our fields.

There was a time in our country when the "green revolution" seemed like a necessity, driven by poor yield and a rapidly growing population. However, the aftermath of this so-called revolution has revealed severe ill effects, with cancer becoming alarmingly rampant. It is imperative that we address this continuous malpractice for the sake of our health, and our loved ones certainly deserve a better and healthier future.

To find a solution, we ought to reconnect with our traditions. Our ancestors were ardent worshippers of Mother Nature, understanding how to live in harmony with her rhythms. Vedic agriculture in ancient India witnessed advancements in science, mathematics, civilization, and agriculture. The Vedic people were adept cultivators, following traditions and cultures that integrated agriculture with religious customs. Practices like ploughing, sowing, reaping, and harvesting were conducted on auspicious days, demonstrating a deep connection between agriculture and spirituality. Some individuals transformed crop fields into modern laboratories, studying the nature of crops and plants with precision. Vedic Agriculture thrived by aligning with the weather and monsoons.

At Nirvana Organic Farms in Mukteshwar, we are committed to reviving these traditional Vedic farming practices for your well-being and a healthier future. Our initiatives aim to break away from harmful agricultural trends and embrace sustainable methods that respect the balance of nature.

Visit www.nirvanaorganic.in to learn more about our endeavors and how you can be a part of this movement.