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Patanjali Yogpeeth to set up Kisan Seva Kendra

Patanjali Yogpeeth, an ayurvedic and yoga center is to set up Kisan Seva Kendra all across India.

Patanjali Yogpeeth, an ayurvedic and yoga center, has an initiative to help farmers across the country by starting ‘Kisan Seva Kendra’. On this occasion, Swami Ramdev, founder of Patanjali Yogpeeth, said, “Animal husbandry is the farmer’s dearest work, and animal husbandry centre is full of energy and enthusiasm, especially for cow and other pets.”

He further added that it is sad to see animal eating plastics and other non edible items in a country where huge population is depended on agriculture for their livelihood. To prosper the agriculture industry, we should make animal husbandry strong. Agriculture employs millions of farmers. With the success of agriculture, India will get healthy food which leads to nation’s prosperity.

Acharya Balkrishna, co-founder of Patanjali Yogpeeth said, “Agriculture and tradition are two strong pillars of India. Both should be highlighted for India’s glory. Patanjali Yogpeeth’s ‘Kisan Seva Kendra’ will help all those farmers who are seeking guidance in their work and are deprived of raw materials. Kisan Seva Kendra will also help farmers provide healthy food for animals and pets.The centre will start legislation to provide guidance to all farmers.”

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