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For Sustainability and Enhancing Agro-Economics

Agriculture is a civilizational approach to fulfilling the basic needs of humanity. In India, ironically, the cultivators of food are becoming victims of malnutrition. India’s rich agricultural tradition had brought a bounty of the harvest in the pre-colonial era. As per British Records, in Madras Presidency, between 1762 and 1766 there were villages that produced up to 12 tons of paddy a hectare (4.85 tons an acre), which is equivalent to best produce applying Green Revolution technologies, later proven to be environmentally disastrous.

Bhavyata Foundation, under its initiative, Sowing the Seeds is promoting the ‘Samriddhi’ campaign to educate and empower farmers for crop productivity with cost-effective natural inputs. Experts say, natural farming brings sustainability to agriculture-based livelihood and reduces the costs of cultivation, thereby increasing net incomes of the small and marginal farmers.

In collaboration with Bansi Gir Gaushala, National Kamdhenu Award Winner, 2017, the Foundation is COMMITTED TO MARGINAL FARMERS ACROSS INDIA and to learn and apply techniques of Natural Farming for increased productivity with least costs.

The noted contribution is due to the efforts of Shri. Gopal Sutaria, Founder, Bansi Gir Gaushala, Ahmedabad, and Pioneer of Gir Breed Preservation, who has guided numerous farmers to prosperity across Gujarat, Maharashtra, and Rajasthan.

We invite you to join and/or encourage farmers whom you recommend to take advantage of the above-guided approach to Cost-Effective Productive Farming.


Those who attended the session and are willing to participate in making our farms and lands ‘Samriddh’ by using ONLY natural methods of farming with indigenous inputs, may please fill the form for availing the ‘Gau Kripa Amrit’ formula by Bansi Gir Gaushala, Ahmedabad.

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