woman farmer keerthi after quitting teacher job joins hands with husband to grow pepper in dry land chamarajanagar district | Woman Farmer: A woman who left her profession as a teacher and married a young farmer, grew black gold in the drought-prone plains of Chamarajanagar and became a woman.
Chamarajanagar: Nowadays girls hesitate to marry farmers. But it is indeed a matter of pride that he married a farmer and farmed and achieved this level.
A woman who grew black gold in the drought-affected plains of Chamarajnagar!
It is a drought prone district. There are more rain protected crops such as corn, millet, bean etc. Once in a while that too, without rain, the crop does not reach the hands of the farmers. But here is a farmer (woman) The people of the district have won the appreciation of the people of the district for successfully growing upland crops in the barren land. Let’s know which district and which crop it is. Yes border district Chamarajanagar (Chamarajanagar) It is known as a drought prone district. Rainfall here is less. It is a plain. Rain dependent crop is more. Only a few parts of the district have irrigation facility. Despite this, a woman named Keerthi from Yalandur taluk grows curry pepper, an important hill crop, in her one-and-a-half acre plot. (pepper) grow up Sai has become (success story).
Kirti- He was b. Ed. After graduation, she also worked as a teacher in a private school. He was interested in agriculture from the beginning and got married to a farmer. Later, she left her profession as a teacher and joined her husband’s house and engaged herself in modern agriculture. After traveling around with the help of her husband, she decided that a crop like gold should be harvested from this land.
Accordingly, they have arranged irrigation from the bore well in their land. With the insistence of growing black pepper in our country, she brought a black pepper plant from Somwarpet in Kodagu district and now she has done good farming and has grown black gold in the farm and is earning a lot of income and her husband is supporting her.
Now Keerthy’s husband Rangaswamy is her backbone and is helping her in all kinds of ways. Also, today he is happy to see Keerthy’s achievement, like a woman is behind a successful man, I am behind my wife’s achievement. I find my happiness in their achievement. Nowadays, girls refuse to marry farmers. In such a case, my mother-in-law is married to me. Keerti’s husband says that her achievement is my happiness.
Overall, in today’s times, girls hesitate to marry farmers. But it is indeed a matter of pride that he married a farmer and farmed and achieved this level.
Reporting: Dilip Choudahalli, TV9, Chamarajanagar