Kisan Diwas

Celebrating the agricultural revolution. In every grain.

A little background about Kisan Diwas

December 23 is celebrated as Kisan Diwas to mark the birth anniversary of Chaudhary Charan Singh, a champion of farmers who enacted laws and introduced several policies to empower farmers during his brief tenure as Prime Minister between 1979 and 1980.

Farmers get much respect in India. National Farmers' Day is celebrated every year on the birth anniversary of former Prime Minister and farmer leader Chaudhary Charan Singh. The idea behind the celebration is to express our gratitude to farmers who form the backbone of our economy.

How is it celebrated?

On Kisan Diwas, India celebrates farmers' achievements. On this day, schools and other institutions host a variety of programs to honor farmers. These include debates, seminars, quiz contests, talks, exhibitions, essay writing competitions and more.

The role of Indian farmers

Indian farmers have been at the forefront of building our nation and continue to selflessly strive to produce everything from the food we eat to the raw materials for the urban-chic clothes. However, there are various issues that farmers have been fighting for all alone. Whether it is updating their knowledge & staying on track with the evolving world in agriculture or simply talking about the financial burdens they struggle with, there is a lot that farmers need to open up about. And this need is one of the main reasons that makes Kisan Diwas so important.

Happy Kisan Diwas to all farmers across India! It’s a day to remember our farmers, who are responsible for feeding over 1.3 billion people every day. The challenges of farming have increased exponentially in the past decade. On this Kisan Diwas, we would love to celebrate the contribution of our hardworking farmers who have helped us grow as a nation and will continue to ensure that we have enough food on our tables. Happy Kisan Diwas!

Born in a middle-class family, Chaudhary Charan Singh obtained his degree in science at Noorpur, Meerut, Uttar Pradesh, before getting his post-graduation from Agra University. He was also a practitioner of law and an active participant in the country's freedom struggle. Chaudhary Charan Singh worked for rural India during the country's freedom struggle. He was known for the notable Debt Redemption Bill 1939, which brought relief to farmers who were indebted to money-lenders. This act reduced the number of farmer suicides.

Farmers work the hardest to make sure no one goes hungry. Farmers are the backbone of all societies; they work night and day to ensure that citizens have food on the table, clothes on their backs, and a home to call their own. On this day, we honor farmers for their hard work and dedication.

A bit about Chaudhury Charan Singh

Every grain dedicated to the Indian farmer

We believe in keeping the farming community in focus of our everyday life. We want to keep a close connection with the farmers so that we could maintain the quality of their work and also give them a sustainable livelihood. We commemorate Farmers’ Day for their hard work in ensuring food security for the nation. Our brand tries to provide the best price and returns that could help improve the livelihood of millions of farmers all over India.