India is an agriculture dominated nation. The farmers are the backbone of this agricultural economy. They do a lot of labor and grow food for feeding the entire nation. More than 70% of the population in our country reside in villages and are dependent on agriculture for earning a livelihood. The effort and intense labor the farmers make for sake of the nation are speechless.
They do not care about high-intensity sunlight or chilling winter but about the crop they have sown. Here are ten lines about the National Farmers Day celebrated to pay tribute to our farmers and their hard work. I hope it might be helpful to students and readers.
Ten Lines on National Farmer’s Day (Kisan Diwas)
Set - 1
- Farmer’s Day is celebrated in many countries all around the world to pay tribute to all the farmers.
- 23rd December is commemorated as the National Farmer’s Day in India.
- In India, more than 60% of people are farmers and farmers are the real strength of our nation.
- The day marks the birth anniversary of our former Prime Minister Chaudhary Charan Singh as he worked for the welfare of farmers.
- Chaudhary Charan Singh during his tenure introduced different programs and schemes that were beneficial for the Indian farmers.
- This day is celebrated to make people know about the importance and hard work done by farmers.
- The functions like debates, quizzes, exhibitions are held on this day and winners are awarded.
- The government on this day introduces schemes for benefitting the farmers.
- Farmers are encouraged with new farming techniques by the officials of the agricultural committee.
- The cenotaph of our former Prime Minister Chaudhary Charan Singh is named Kisan Ghat because of his dedication to farmers.
Set - 2
1) The birthday of Chaudhary Charan Singh, 5th Prime Minister of India on 23 December is celebrated as Farmer’s Day in India.
2) Farmer leads a life of simplicity and is a food provider for the entire nation.
3) He does a lot of hard work without fearing the extremities of the weather conditions.
4) Chaudhary Charan Singh was born in a peasant family and therefore understood the pain of the farmers.
5) He made a lot of efforts for the welfare of farmers and therefore called ‘Leader of Indian Farmers’ by people.
6) Various programs, debates, forums, discussions are held on Farmer’s day to encourage and provide knowledge to farmers.
7) The day is celebrated with a motive to pay our gratitude to the hardworking farmers of the nation.
8) People buy different agricultural products from the markets set by the farmers on this day.
9) The condition of farmers is miserable but slowly improving by the effort of the Government and emerging technologies.
10) Recently Farmer’s Bill 2020 has been introduced by the government for the uplifting farmers and the agricultural sector in India.
Farmers are the food provider to every one of us. It is very sad to state that the condition of farmers is not very good in our nation. They have very low income and it is very difficult for most of them to make ends meet. There must be enough schemes and programs launched by the government to improve the condition of the farmers.
Our Former Prime Minister Chaudhary Charan Singh emphasized the conditions of the farmers and made a lot of effort for their betterment. His love and association with the farmers was the reason that his birthday was marked as the National Farmer’s Day.