Agricultural Revolutions in India

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Agricultural Revolutions in India
Agricultural Revolutions in India

Agricultural Revolutions in India:- Agricultural revolution refers to the significant change in the agriculture that occurs when there are discoveries, inventions, or new technologies implemented.

These change the production ways and increase the production rate. List of Agricultural Revolutions in India are various Agricultural Revolutions occurred in India. SO, knowing about the agriculture news will help candidates who are preparing for competitive exams like UPSC-prelims, SSC, State Services, NDA, CDS, and Railways, etc.

Apart from just the exam point of view, it is good that all the citizens of India are aware of innovations in the Agriculture field. So, here is the List of Major Agricultural Revolutions in India. Candidates are suggested to go through the blog completely and know more in detail.

In this post we share Agricultural Revolutions in India After Independence for all competitive exams.

भारत में पहली क्रांति की शुरुआत 1966-1967 में हुई जो की हरित क्रांति से मानी जाती है | इस क्रांति के कारण भारत में खाद्य उत्पादन में आत्म निर्भर हो गया| इस क्रांति के बाद भारत में दुग्ध क्रांति, पीली क्रांति, गोल क्रांति नीली क्रांति आदि की शुरुआत हुई और भारत फिर दूध, सरसों, आलू और मत्स्य उत्पादन में आत्म निर्भर हो गया |

Agricultural Revolutions in India

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No.-1. हरित क्रांति – खाद्यान्न उत्पादन – जनक एम. एस. स्वामीनाथन

No.-2. श्वेत क्रांति – दुग्ध उत्पादन – जनक डॉ वर्गीज कुरियन

No.-3. पीली क्रांति – तिलहन उत्पादन – जनक भूतपूर्व प्रधानमंत्री राजीव गांधी

No.-4. सिल्वर फाइबर क्रांति – कपास उत्पादन – जनक इंदिरा गाँधी

No.-5. नीली क्रांति – मत्स्य उत्पादन – जनक अरुण कृष्णन

No.-6. लाल क्रांति – टमाटर/मांस उत्पादन – जनक विशाल तिवारी

No.-7. भूरी क्रांति – उर्वरक उत्पादन

No.-8. बादामी क्रांति – मासाला उत्पादन

No.-9. सुनहरी क्रांति – फल उत्पादन

No.-10. गोल्डन फाइबर क्रांति – जूट उत्पादन

No.-11. स्वर्ण क्रांति – फल /शहद उत्पादन

No.-12. सदाबहार क्रांति – कृषि से/ जैव तकनीकी

No.-13. सेफ्रॉन क्रांति – केसर उत्पादन से

No.-14. स्लेटी/ग्रे क्रांति – उर्वरको के उत्पादन से

No.-15. व्हाइट गॉल्ड क्रांति – कपास उत्पादन से (तीसरी क्रांति)

No.-16. ग्रीन गॉल्ड क्रांति – चाय उत्पादन

No.-17. परामनी क्रांति – भिन्डी उत्पादन

No.-18. मूक क्रांति – मोटे अनाजों के उत्पादन

No.-19. हरित सोना क्रांति – बाँस उतपादन

List of Agricultural Revolutions in India

Highlights of Major Agricultural Revolutions in India

No.-1. Protein Revolution

No.-2. Ever Green Revolution

No.-3. Green Revolution

No.-4. White Revolution

No.-5. Yellow Revolution

No.-6. Brown Revolution

No.-7. Golden Revolution

No.-8. Pink Revolution

Protein Revolution

No.-1. Related Higher Production also Known as Technology driven 2nd Green revolution coined by P.M Narendra Modi and Finance Minister Arun Jetley.

No.-2. A price Stabilization fund of Rs. 500 crore to help farmers deal with volatality also a TV Channerl has been set up to provide Information to the Farmers about Water Conservation, Organic Farming and other New Techniques.

Ever Green Revolution

No.-1. Mainly COncentrates on Overall Production of Agriculture, Started in 11th 5 year Plan.

No.-2. M.S Swaminathan has Renowed as Father of Ever Green Revolution in India emphasized to Improve Productivity perpetuity with out harming ecologically or Socially.

Green Revolution

No.-1. In this Period Advanced technologies has been Implemeneted and Productivity in Agriculture has Been Increased Globally.

No.-2. Father of Green revolution is Dr. Norman Borlaug

No.-3. The Main Purpose of this Revolution was to save a billion people from starvation

White Revolution

No.-1. Concentrates mainly on Milk and Dairy Products, Verghese Kurien Known as Milk Man of India.

No.-2. White Revolution is the Success Story of Dairy Co-Operative Movemnet in the country

No.-3. Operation Flood Program launched by government of India with international cooperation.

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