Without farmers, no country can progress. “Let us salute all the farmers for all the hard work they put in to make sure that we never sleep hungry. Happy Farmers Day.” “You are really blessed if you are a farmer because you are doing the most wonderful job in the world… to grow food for others.”
India observes National Farmers Day on 23rd December to honor the birth commemoration of the fifth Prime Minister of India, Choudhary Charan Singh.
Gajera International School is celebrated farmers day every year. Educators hosted the farmers day program under the leadership of Vice Principal. The learners and staff combined together to make the day a memorable one. Celebrated the day as a respect to the farmers.
Respect for those whose sweat feeds us. Feeling the soil and the rain in the fields and barns, learners celebrated the day with dressing up as farmers and speech few sentences on Farmer Day.
They sang and danced in the fields. These programs were a reminder for all to go back to the agricultural culture to save the culture and the farmers.
Educators set up the village scene in school and showed the learners how they grow the fruits, vegetables, grains and also showed the process from wheat to Bread.
Farmers hold the backbone of the agricultural system. As it is common knowledge that for a country to progress the gross domestic product should be reasonable, agriculture is one of the important parts. The agricultural system will only run if there are crops being grown and harvested. Thus, the farmer is the most important person for each and every human being.