Regeneration of Indian National Resources


These are difficult times for India. There is little hope and much cynicism about the state of the nation. And there is a strange willingness not only to allow the nation to drift, but also to allow ourselves to be subjected to the commands of others, to tie ourselves up in demeaning treaties with alien nations. It seems that those of us who have the resources and the authority to help in the task of nation-building have all but abdicated the responsibility and have abandoned the effort.

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Annam Bahu Kurvita: Recollecting the Indian Discipline of Growing and Sharing Food in Plenty

 

India today suffers from an extreme scarcity of food. The country reached a state of near famine within a few decades of coming of the British, and we have remained in that state ever since. Indians today consume one third less of staple food compared to the people in almost any other part of the world, and cattle and animals in India get almost no grains or roots at all. Yet we have chosen to believe that we grow more food than what we need.

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