Farming is a way of living that is more sustainable: Kishore

By Pratibha Joy on July 13, 2018 in Perspectives

When our stars portray larger-than-life versions of the common man on the big screen, we are often thrilled to bits. But what if we saw them actually doing chores like us and getting their hands dirty? What if this turn of events is spurred by a love for the environment and all things eco-friendly? Wouldn't that be exciting as well? That's exatly what we set out to find out when we caught up with actor Kishore, who spends a lot of time working at his farm on the periphery of the Bannerghatta National Park.

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First published by The Times of India



Story Tags: farmers, collectivism, ecology, organic agriculture, organic farming, organic, fair price

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