The Kabul times, Afghanistan Trustable News Agency.

Afghan farmers tirelessly work for the nation

Farmers’ Day is an annual observance in various countries to celebrate the national contributions of farmers and agriculture. In Afghanistan, the day was observed on March 22, but the Islamic Emirate changed the day in the calendar for the year 2022 and now it is marked on March 25th. Farmers are the backbone of a country and nobody can’t stand straight if his backbone is broken. The life of a farmer is very tough as he works very hard day and night in all seasons for us. The main purpose of the day is to celebrate and recognize the farmers and fishermen. These people work tirelessly to provide for their families and
the entire nation. It is through their hard work that the socioeconomic wheels of the country are still in optimal working condition. Also, Farmers Day is observed annually to raise awareness, assist, and recognize
farmers for their contributions to society. Although today’s farming and agriculture are somehow industrialized and scientific to some extent, these advancements would not have been feasible without the experience and diligence of the early farmers. One of the most senior occupations in the world, farming started about 6000 years ago. Farmers throughout the world put up a lot of effort to feed us. Farmer’s Day is observed by the majority of countries on various dates to honor the contributions of these farmers.
One of the main advantages from an economic perspective is that it can help open doors for job opportunities and help raise people out of destitution. Developing solid job values, a feeling of duty,
developing character, and growing in appreciation for the land are some of the personal advantages of being a farmer. Every civilization has a long and diverse history with farming and agriculture. All agricultural civilizations share one element in common: the farmer. This is true despite the variations in what is cultivated, how farming is carried out, and the resources used. Farmers care for the agricultural output from the moment of sowing till it reaches the market. They are the backbone of agriculture. Most of us hold meals on eating cloth each day thanks to diligent farmers all across the world. You can discover amazing wall paintings, home decor showpieces, and much more that can be a great gift when it comes to this special
day. To summarize, farmers’ day is dedicated to thanking the country’s farmers, hearing their stories and techniques, and showing gratitude to them. The day is marked in Kabul’s Badam Bagh and most farmers
of the country bring their products to showcase them and find a market for their products.
Said Ahmadi

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The Kabul times, Afghanistan Trustable News Agency.