India observes National Farmers Day or Kisan Diwas on December 23 every year, commemorating its fifth Prime Minister Chaudhary Charan Singh and his contributions towards upliftment of farmers in the country.
Chaudhary Charan Singh was a farmer leader. He introduced several policies to ensure improvement in the lives of farmers in the country.
India’s is an agrarian economy as almost 55% of its population depends on agriculture and farming activities to earn their livelihood. Therefore, National Farmers Day is observed to educate the citizens of the country about the lives and contributions of Indian farmers towards their individual lives and towards the country at large.
Farmers Day Wishes, Messages, Greetings, WhatsApp status
They are the ones who put their heart and soul into the soil to give it life and give us food…. Let us thank them for their efforts and salute their hard work…. Happy Farmers Day!
Kisan Diwas is a reminder to everyone that we must respect, thank and appreciate the hard work of our farmers who work hard to give us food.
Farmers are the real heroes because with their dedication and effort, the turn a barren land into a land that produces food…. Let us salute them on Farmers Day.
Farmers Day reminds us to acknowledge and thank each and every farmer of the nation for his unconditional dedication….. Best wishes on Farmers Day to you.
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 Farmers Day.
Let us take inspiration from Indian farmers who put their sweat and soul in their land and crop…. Best wishes on Farmers Day.
Happy Farmers Day! Let’s dedicate this wonderful day to all the unspoken heroes of the country who produce harvest and provide food for us.
It is the day that reminds us all to acknowledge every nation’s farmers for their unconditional dedication.
On this festive day, let us take a moment to give all the love to all the farmers who work tirelessly to feed us year-round.
Farming is one of the oldest and most challenging jobs around. We should pay respect to their hard work and should encourage others also equally.
Farmers work from sunrise to sunset often. So it is no wonder that they have a day for them. Let us all pay tribute to them on this auspicious day.