The basic needs for human sustenance such as food, clothing, shelter and health etc. depend directly or indirectly on farming and associated activities. The economy of a developing country like India is broadly based on agriculture.
The farming sector almost contributes 26% of the national production, and 64% of the population in the country depends upon agriculture for their livelihood. India has been primarily regarded as 'An Agriculture Economy’.
There are many countries in the world where farming activities are either undeveloped or underdeveloped. These countries depend upon the imports of Agricultural produce ancient to present time or from death to birth, it has greater contribution in the human life.
The Rural Development Wing of the Rajyoga Education and Research foundation, the sister institution of Prajapita Brahmakumari Ishwariya Vishwa Vidyalaya , has been bringing awareness about the Perpetual Yogic Agriculture Project among the farmer brothers and sisters for over three years. Many Rajayogi farmer brothers and sisters of Maharastra and Gujrat (states of India) which are in touch with this Vishwa Vidyalaya (University) have applied the powers of Rajayoga Meditation to their farming process. They have also evolved newer and innovative methods and techniques of preparing organic fertilizer on their own and have used them in their farming. They have succeeded in getting better crop output at lesser costs. It is a novel step towards bringing a new era, the golden era on earth.
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