Arshdeep Bahga and Sarbjit Bahga have launched a memoir on improving farmers' livelihoods : The Tribune India

Arshdeep Bahga and Sarbjit Bahga have launched a memoir on improving farmers' livelihoods

Arshdeep Bahga and Sarbjit Bahga have launched a memoir on improving farmers' livelihoods

Tribune News Service

Tricity’s father son duo, Arshdeep Bahga and Sarbjit Bahga, recently launched their latest book titled Building a Sustainable and Bio-Diverse Organic Farm: Case Study of a 1 Acre Model Farm in India.

The book covers their experiences of developing a farm and growing healthy, organic, and natural, farm-fresh vegetables; thereby proving to be a blessing in disguise for readers who wish to start their own organic farm!

Arshdeep, a tech entrepreneur, was working as a research scientist at Georgia Tech, USA, for six years, and decided to move back to India in 2016. Whereas, his father Sarbjit, meanwhile, served as an architect in the Punjab Government and had a successful career that spanned 41 years.

Fueled by the zeal to enhance agrarian patterns in the region and boost farmers’ incomes, the duo came up with the idea of establishing a farm that reintroduced the traditional practices of organic farming with a blend of modern technologies, and the same has been highlighted in their latest literary endeavour.

#Agriculture

Tribune Shorts


Top News

PM Modi speaks to Ukrainian President Zelenskyy, offers Indian mediation to resolve conflict

PM Modi speaks to Ukrainian President Zelenskyy, offers Indian mediation to resolve conflict

Says there can be no military solution to Ukraine crisis

What’s rationale behind freebies, EC asks political parties

What's rationale behind freebies, EC asks political parties

Seeks info on financial viability of pre-poll promises | Cal...

J&K Paharis to get reservation: Shah

J&K Paharis to get reservation: Amit Shah

Says won’t affect ST status of Gujjars & Bakerwals

2 Collegium members say no to written consent

2 Collegium members say no to written consent

CJI wanted approval in writing on elevation of four judges ...

Mid-day meal cooks of Punjab struggle to feed families

Mid-day meal cooks of Punjab struggle to feed families

Punjab Govt yet to release 3 months’ salary | Workers threat...


Cities

View All