National Farmer's Day
In India every 23rd December is observed as National Farmers Day/ Kisan Diwas to honor and promote the contribution of farmers towards the land of our country. The day was celebrated to mark the anniversary of our nation fifth Prime Minister Choudhry Charan Singh, he played an important part in the enactment and drafting of numerous agricultural reform bills.
In India, Agriculture is the main source of income and a backbone of country’s economy, about more than 80% of India’s rural population contributes 14 to 15% of country’s GDP. Indian farmers are at the frontline of developing our nation and they work hard to make everything including the food that we eat to the raw resources for the stuff that we offer in cities.. Nevertheless, there are different problems that farmers have been battling single-handedly.
It is important to remember that not many are aware of the challenges that farmers face, even though they are the most influential means of life for so many people. The required knowledge about this nation group remains unknown to citizens. The celebrations of Kisan Diwas concentrate on educating people on these problems and also on encouraging farmers to learn the new information about the farming industry.
The Pre-Primary students of Gajera Vidyabhavan Sachin Celebrated National Farmer's Day on Thursday 22-12-2022. Students became Farmers. The scene of the village and simple lifestyle of farmer was created. Together with the teachers, students also sowed the seeds of Fenugreek. Students Recognize farming tools and they learn about its Usability. Awareness about the importance of the farmer in our lives developed among the students.