10 Lines on Indian Farmer

Indian farmers are the backbone of Indian economy. Without them it would be impossible to imagine that Indian economy will sustain and grow for a longer period. Food grains and items are very much essential for the human existence and farmers are the people who grow those food grains.

As we know that India is a country of villages and its economy is majorly based on the shoulders of our farmers hence it becomes very important to take care of the farmers who are also known as ‘Annadaata’ or the food provider.

There are many families in India who are involved in farming which is a traditional occupation and helps them to earn a good living and in fulfilling their needs and wants. They are also referred as the backbone of Indian economy and act as a primary source of food.

Ten Lines on Indian Farmer in English

We have provided ten lines on Indian farmer in English. After reading these lines you will know that what India is called as, what is another name of farmers, how farmers are valuable to us, what farmers do to earn money, in which place do the farmers sell their yields, what was the situation of India during 1970s, which slogan did Lal Bahadur Shastri gave, is farming a profession in India and who are involved in it etc.

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10 Lines on Indian Farmer – Set 1

1) India is called as the land of villages and the people who live in villages are mostly involved in farming.

2) The farmers of India are called the “Annadaata” or the food provider of the nation.

3) Farmers feed the whole nation as what they grow is that the whole population eats.

4) Farmers work extremely hard in their fields to grow food grains for feeding as well as for their livelihood.

5) Farmers grow grains in the fields and after ripening, sell those grains in nearby “Mandis”.

6) During 1970s, India was not self-reliant in food produce and used to import food grains from US.

7) Former Prime Minister Shri Lal Bahadur Shastri gave a slogan “Jai Jawan Jai Kisan” giving importance to soldiers and farmers.

8) A drastic change came in agriculture with development in science and technology which resulted in ‘Green Revolution’ in India.

9) There are many families in villages where every member is involved in farming earn livelihood for their family.

10) Farming is the main occupation in the villages which has been carried out since many generations.


We have provided another set of ten lines on Indian farmer. After going through these lines, you will know that which person is important to Indian society, what Indian farmers do for cultivation, which methods farmers were adopting for cultivation then and now, what activities does farmers perform on the field, what is the situation of farmers then and now, how farmers are facing difficulties in their life etc.

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10 Lines on Indian Farmer – Set 2

1) Indian farmer is one of the most important members of the society as he is the producer and giver of the food for whole country.

2) They have a very busy and hardworking schedule as they wake up early in the morning and go to their fields for cultivation.

3) Before farmers used oxen for tilling and ploughing the fields, but today they are using tractors and advanced machineries.

4) Farmers plough the field, they sow the seeds, give water in the field timely so that grains could grow and then reap the grains after ripening.

5) Farmers sprinkle fertilisers, manures, compost in the field and for protecting the crops from insects and pests they use insecticides and pesticides.

6) Previously, most of the farmers were illiterate and didn’t know about latest farming methods but nowadays farmers have become literate and tech-savvy.

7) Although the life and condition of big farmers are quite good but the condition of small and marginal farmers needs improvement.

8) Small farmers take loans which they are unable to repay due to loss in agriculture and commit suicide due to increasing pressure from banks.

9) The crops of the farmers either get damaged due to bad weather or they get very less amount of the crops due to mischievous middlemen.

10) Government must take care of the farmers by providing monthly financial assistance and increasing the prices of the farmer’s yield.


We have created the 3rd set of 10 points on Indian Farmer in English. This set comprises few important facts and information that are related to Indian Farmers. The set is provided in easy and simple language with basic words so that reader of any age group should not meet any confusion while reading the given important lines. It is also helpful for the students of classes 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th and other higher classes. You can use these important points in your speeches, essays and projects to make them more descriptive.

10 Lines on Indian Farmer – Set 3

1) About 60% of Indian population depends upon agriculture for its daily livelihood.

2) The farmers of modern India are digitized and access relevant information through smart phones and Internet.

3) An average farmer in India owns about 5 acre of agricultural land.

4) Indian farmers are ranked 2nd highest in the world for producing Cotton.

5) Indian Farmers constitute a significant portion of Indian population and its culture.

6) Early Farmers used to be illiterate but now they educate themselves to grow their production.

7) Normally few or all the members of a family in villages remain involved in agriculture.

8) Indian Farmers are hard-working and they always remain honest to their work.

9) Modern Farmers also test the quality of their seeds and soils before using them for farming.

10) Indian Farmers now prefer to use technologies in order to increase their speed and quality of production.


We are again providing you the 4th set of 10 important points on Indian Farmers in English. This set containing few important facts and information is prepared in easy and simple language to make them adaptive. The set is equally useful for students of lower classes as well as of higher classes. This set represents the condition of Indian Farmers in the society. This set will be helpful for you in creating your essay, speech or any other project. So read the below provided points carefully and I am sure you will enjoy it.

10 Lines on Indian Farmer – Set 4

1) It will not be wrong to say that the Farmers are the creators of Civilization in India.

2) Indian Farmer starts his day and ends it by working in his field.

3) Indian Farmers usually don’t get the actual return of their hard work and that is the main reason behind increasing number of suicides attempted by them.

4) Indian Farmers work starts with ploughing, sowing, watering and ends with protecting and then cutting the crop.

5) Indian Farmers are the backbone of Indian Economy that’s why our former Prime-Minister Lal Bahadur Shastri gave the slogan of “Jai Jawan Jai Kisan”.

6) Famers work in every season, whether it is freezing cold of winter or the hot summer.

7) Majority of the Indian Famers come under the economically poor section or below poverty level.

8) The Indian Government is also working towards improving the conditions of Indian farmers.

9) Many Schemes are launched to provide support to Indian Farmers like Pradhan Mantri Fasal Bima Yojana, Pradhan Mantri Krishi Sichayi Yojana and National Mission for Sustainable Agriculture etc.

10) The economic condition of Indian Farmers is now improving because Government as well as Private Organisations both are working towards the welfare of the Farmers.

India got its independence long ago and at that time, the condition of farmers was better. But in today’s time, their social and financial condition is deteriorating and due to the immense pressure of repaying loans and meeting family expenses, they are opting to suicide. Their children also are not interested in farming due to huge uncertainty involved in it hence government must try to make their life better by taking various steps and initiatives for them.