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Our farmer is blessed by Nature
Just imagine how simple life our farmer lives. We ought to be thankful to the farmer all the time who is the main instrument in getting us the food grains to eat.

MOST OF the Indian farmers are still illiterate. Though they don't know how to read and write, but they know their job pretty well. They are aware about the condition of their fields and they know how to cultivate good crops.

A farmer’s job is totally different at various times of the year. He always has the firm faith in the Nature and with His blessings, he becomes prosperous. In the rainy season, he ploughs his field. Then he plants maize or cotton or sugarcane during the kharif crop season. This crop is reaped in September or October. Later, he ploughs the fields again and sows wheat for the Rabi harvest, which is reaped in March or April.

Now the hot and dry weather begins. He does not have enough to work in his fields but still he has a lot to work by tending to his cows, sheep and goats. Once again in June/ July with the beginning of the monsoon, he is back in his fields and the cycle goes on and on.

Just imagine how simple life our farmer lives. We ought to be thankful to the farmer all the time who is the main instrument in getting us the foodgrains to eat. I remember when why my son was hardly 6 or 7 years old when he asked me what do I pray when the food is served.

I told him, “You are not aware of the food that lies in front of you how it reaches us.” I told him that I always pray to God to bless the farmer who grew foodgrain for us, cared, transported to the market, the shopkeepers, the flour mill and the person who cooked and served us the food.

He got very pleased to hear these words. God bless our farmers!

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