Nights of Kaspur village are usually calm, silent, and pitch-dark. Beneath a sky full of twinkling stars, one can see thousands of fireflies adorning bushes and trees. Tranquility reigns. Only Nirmal’s sudden exasperated cries and Dulourin’s sobbing would shatter this calm at times.
You remember my first story Heroes on Wheels? It’s absolutely fine if you don’t – the link is here
https://www.pradan.net/heroes-on-wheels/. That time it was my scooty who narrated my journey on
my behalf �� This time it’s me who is going to share a lovely journey of one of the most inspiring
women farmers I work with. Yogeshwari Tekam.
Meet Meera Devi from Kutela Gram in Dindori District in Madhya Pradesh, India. Meera has been
running a Bio-Resource Centre (BRC), which makes and supplies organic inputs like biofertilizers and
Manoj Warkade died when he was barely 25. The oldest of three siblings, Manoj loved to ride motorbike. He would ride his machine through meadows, farm fields – at times cross rivulets, and climb hillocks [. . .]