The National Farmers Day is also known as Kisan Divas in India. Every year, Farmer’s Day falls on 23 December, the day after the birth of Choudhary Charan Singh (5th Prime Minister of India), who was also a farmer’s leader and introduced many policies that improved the lives of Indian farmers.
You can celebrate it by organizing various programs, debates seminars, quiz competitions discussions, workshops, workshops, exhibitions essay writing competitions, and functions.
Agriculture and farming have been the most important occupation for the past 10,000 years. It has allowed us to go from nomadic hunter-gatherers to literally and metaphorically putting roots down and establishing civilizations.
Although it might seem strange that there aren’t more days dedicated solely to farming, most of the major holidays and festivals we celebrate can be traced back at least to agriculture, such as the rebirth in spring and harvest time in the fall.
Farmer’s day quotes and wishes:-
They are the ones who give their all to the soil in order to make it live and provide food. We should all thank them for all their hard work and show our appreciation. Happy Farmer’s Day.
Farmers Day is a reminder that everyone should respect, thank, and appreciate our farmers for their hard work in providing food.
Farmers are heroes because they make barren land productive by their hard work and dedication. Let’s salute them on Farmer’s Day.
Happy Farmers Day! This wonderful day is dedicated to all those who help us eat and grow our food.
Farmer’s Day reminds people to learn from Indian farmers who work tirelessly to grow their crops.
We should all salute the farmers who put in so much effort to ensure that we don’t go hungry. Happy Farmers Day.
Farmers are the first and foremost people we should be grateful for the food that is on our plates. On Farmers Day, we send you warm wishes.
Farmers are an integral part of our daily lives. We cannot ignore their importance. We should all show gratitude to them.
Farmer’s Day reminds everyone to thank every farmer for their unwavering dedication. Farmer’s Day is a time to send your best wishes.
Jai Jawan, Jai Kisan!!! Desh ki mitti ko apne khoon pasene se jo seenche woh hai kisan.
The best way to respect a farmer is to respect his produce by not wasting it. Happy Farmer’s Day.
The Hard Work of a farmer is consistent in every weather and season and that’s why we have food on our plates every day. Best wishes on Farmer’s Day.