Effective Application of Ash in Rural and Farmers Life

mud vessel, coconut husk, dried and fresh dung to create smoke

Ash plays a vital role in every farmers or rural house hold. There are numerous benefits of ash. Ash has been replaced by Potash and potassium in our era. During ancient times potash was derived by mixing wood ash with water in a iron pot and evaporating the water for a white end product know as potash, so ash derived from pot(pot-ash). End product is a chemical, which is used for cleaning…

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Cattle Trafficking to Kerala – Beef’s own Country

If you feel this article is misleading or against any community. Then you should propound why ancient Indians gave so much importance to cows and no other animals, not even the popular buffalo? Because no other ruminant can help humans in agrarian activity as cows. It can also produce milk and fertilize soil. Definitely they are the survivors of human kind. Buffalo ox can pull cart loads of weight but…

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Successful Paddy Harvest for Actor Sreenivasan with Zero Budget Farming

Sreenivasan is a Malayalam cinema actor, director and screenwriter. His most movies illustrate problems in the society which are portrayed satirically or through comedy. He has taken up the declining paddy cultivation of Kerala in real life. Wish he succeeds. His grand parents were famous farmers, Karoothoty gurikal was among them based in P.K House, Vayanthode, Mattanur, Kannur. No wonder he has nostalgia of  growing produce. Zero Budget Organic Rice cultivation by…

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Pongal or Makar Sankranthi

Pongal is the harvest festival of Tamil Nadu. In fact it is celebrated all over India by different names. Since centuries people have been gathering and harvesting food, So pongal or Makar Sankranti is a way to thank nature. Pongal is important part of a Thamizhan because most people rely on agrarian activities to generate income. Pongal festival is basically cooking the Pongal dish. There are two version of pongal,…

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Kasargod Dwarf(Kullan) Cow(Pashu)

Kasargod Dwarf Cows Kerala Indian Desi(native) breeds of cattle are declining in numbers at a very rapid rate. There were nearly 75 breeds of cattle in India currently only 37 recognized breed of cattle remain in India as of today, most are endangered, most of them are reared by adivasis or native people. Different breeds have their set of qualities to cope with the local habitat and weather. Basically cows, most animals…

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