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Indigenization of Indian Agriculture and Sustainable Rural Development: A Critical review of its need and Challenges

K.B., Rangappa and G.K., Chetan Kumar (2022): Indigenization of Indian Agriculture and Sustainable Rural Development: A Critical review of its need and Challenges.

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Abstract

India is predominantly an agricultural nation. Agriculture is the source of livelihood security for majority of the rural population. Indian agriculture has witnessed several transformations since the beginning of planned economic development. These technological shifts have induced our farmers to adopt new technologies which are not native to our system. Majority of these technologies are imported or indigenously developed on imported ideas. Although these new technologies did help in transforming food deficit nation into food surplus nation, it seems like Green Revolution has run its course. Our paper is a descriptive attempt to trace the development of Indian agriculture along with identifying inherent structural problems it has. The final objective of the paper is not necessarily to give wholistic solutions to the problems but to discuss the issues at hand in hope of creating a conducive environment in academia for finding better solution.

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