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Tuesday, May 16, 2017

My Day 3 at the Organics and Millets 2017 National Trade Fair, Bengaluru - Part 2


Here's the 2nd part of Day 3 at the Organics and Millets 2017 National Trade Fair, Bengaluru. This wraps up my Coverage of this event.

This post showcases a sample of all the Information Oriented Stalls and Displays. If you or someone you know is in to Organic farming, this is really useful.

And, Do scroll till the end for a dose of cuteness and some rare gems.

Beautiful designing done using Millets and Seeds at the Entrance of the venue.

Hon'ble Agricilture minister, Shri. Krishna byre Gowda interacting with farmers at the venue.









Ecocert!


Roots-Goods is a platform that connects Farmers to Traders and Buyers.




There were stalls like these that provided all the required information and answered all the queries.

Books regarding organic farming, Marketing organic food and much more were being sold.

Found this interesting decorating item made with real Wheat strands.

It comes like reel which you can tie on doorways and anywhere you please.


Then there were all the Dairy and Farming animals at display.

Humongous Sirohi Goat which is native to Rajasthan.

Do you recognize this breed of Sheep or Goat? Because, i failed to find out and google was useless too.

Ba ba black Sheep :D

Native Indian Cows.

Gir cow. This breed is native to Gujarat and are priced for it's Milk and Milk products which are believed to have healing qualities.

'Grass'did shot! :D

All the Native Classic, Ancient and Old(but gold) Farming Equipments were at display. How often do you get to see these?Aren't they rare gems?

I used to see these at my Granny's home.




The Chutney rock and the Chakki. I wish they make a come-back in to our lives.

Organic farming is definitely not easy with the current status of population in our Country. So, don't fail to support them in any way that you can. Remember, They are our Future Saviors. If they don't Exist, We shall be Extinct.

May all the Organic Farmers in India get to Taste the Fruit of their Efforts. Jai hind.

You can go through the Event coverage from the Beginning by clicking these respective Links:  Day 1 - part 1Day 1 - Part 2, Day 2, Day 3 - Part 1

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I am One of the Official Bloggers Covering The 'Organics and Millets 2017 National Trade Fair', A Government Initiative held by the Department of Agriculture, Bengaluru.
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So, what are you views regarding this whole event? Share with me in the comments section below. 

P.S: I heard that there is going to be an International trade fair in 2018! Are you excited?

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Love,

Siri.

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2 comments:

  1. I used to find the sirohi goat running loose in our local market but never knew it's name....thanks to you I now do.........they are huge ! I thought they were imported but now I know they come frm Rajasthan

    Also the rangoli made frm grains is so beautiful <3

    You have captured the true essence of rural India

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  2. Even i thought they were some imported kind. :p The rangoli is beautiful right! <3 Thank you so much Jayanthi :)

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