Essay on Farmer in Sanskrit

This is an essay on Farmer in Sanskrit.

Transliteration, meaning in English and Hindi translation is also given for better understanding.

This essay can be referenced by school students and Sanskrit learners.

Essay on Farmer in Sanskrit

कृषीवलः।

भारतदेशः एकः कृषिप्रधानः देशः। अतः अत्र कृषिवलस्य असाधारणं महत्त्वम् अस्ति।

कृषीवलः ग्रामे वसति। कृषीवलः क्षेत्रेषु कार्यं करोति। प्रातःकालात् प्रारभ्य कृषीवलः रात्रिपर्यन्तं केवलं कार्यमेव करोति। कृषीवलः बलीवर्दाभ्यां सह क्षेत्रं कर्षति। तत् कृत्वा कृषीवलः बीजानि वपति। कृषीवलः तस्य क्षेत्राणि रक्षति।

कृषीवलः सर्वपरिस्थितिषु निरन्तरं परिश्रमं करोति। तस्य परिश्रमस्य कारणात् क्षेत्राणि सुफलितानि जातानि। तेन वयं धान्यं, विविधानि फलानि, शाकानि च विन्दामः। तस्य श्रमेण सर्वेषां पोषणं भवति। कृषीवलस्य जीवनं सदैव कष्टपूर्णं भवति। कृषीवलः तु अन्नदाता अस्ति।

कृषीवलस्य आर्थिकस्थितिः उत्तमा नास्ति। कृषीवलस्य विकासः एव भारतस्य विकासस्य मार्गः अस्ति।

‘२३ डिसेंबर​’ इति कृषीवलदिवसः (Kisan Divas or National Farmers Day) भवति। सत्यमेव​, कृषीवलः कर्मवीरः अस्ति। अहं नित्यं प्रार्थये – अन्नदाता कृषीवलः सुखी भवेत्।

Transliteration

bhāratadeśaḥ ekaḥ kṛṣipradhānaḥ deśaḥ। ataḥ atra kṛṣivalasya asādhāraṇaṃ mahattvam asti।

kṛṣīvalaḥ grāme vasati। kṛṣīvalaḥ kṣetreṣu kāryaṃ karoti। prātaḥkālāt prārabhya kṛṣīvalaḥ rātriparyantaṃ kevalaṃ kāryameva karoti। kṛṣīvalaḥ balīvardābhyāṃ saha kṣetraṃ karṣati। tat kṛtvā kṛṣīvalaḥ bījāni vapati। kṛṣīvalaḥ tasya kṣetrāṇi rakṣati।

kṛṣīvalaḥ sarvaparisthitiṣu nirantaraṃ pariśramaṃ karoti। tasya pariśramasya kāraṇāt kṣetrāṇi suphalitāni jātāni। tena vayaṃ dhānyaṃ, vividhāni phalāni, śākāni ca vindāmaḥ। tasya śrameṇa sarveṣāṃ poṣaṇaṃ bhavati। kṛṣīvalasya jīvanaṃ sadaiva kaṣṭapūrṇaṃ bhavati। kṛṣīvalaḥ tu annadātā asti।

kṛṣīvalasya ārthikasthitiḥ uttamā nāsti। kṛṣīvalasya vikāsaḥ eva bhāratasya vikāsasya mārgaḥ asti।

‘23 ḍiseṃbara​’ iti kṛṣīvaladivasaḥ (Kisan Divas or National Farmers Day) bhavati। satyameva​, kṛṣīvalaḥ karmavīraḥ asti। ahaṃ nityaṃ prārthaye – annadātā kṛṣīvalaḥ sukhī bhavet।

Essay on Farmer

India is an agrarian country. That is why the farmer have great importance here.

A farmer lives in a village. A farmer works in the fields. Starting from morning, a farmer continuously works in the fields till night. A farmer ploughs the field with his oxen. After that, the farmer sows the seeds. A farmer takes good care of his fields.

A farmer continuously works in all situations. Due to the hard work and efforts of the farmer, his fields become full of crops. Due to the farmer’s hard work, we are able to get grains, various fruits and vegetables to eat. Everybody is nourished because of the farmer’s efforts. A farmer’s life is full of difficulties. The farmer provides us with food.

A farmer’s financial situation is also not quite good.

The growth and progress of the farmer is the road for India’s growth and progress.

23th December is National Farmers Day. Truly, the farmer is a hero. I always pray – Let the farmer, the provider of food, always be happy.

किसान पर निबंध

भारतदेश एक कृषिप्रधान देश है। इसलिए यहाँ किसान का असाधारण महत्त्व है।

किसान गाँव में रहता है। किसान खेत में कार्य करता है। प्रातःकाला से शुरू करके किसान रात तक केवल कार्य ही करता है। किसान बैल के साथ खेत जोतता है। उसके बाद, किसान बीज बोता है। किसान अपने खेत का रक्षण करता है।

किसान सारी परिस्थितिओं में निरन्तर परिश्रम करता है। उसके परिश्रम के कारण खेत हरे-भरे हो जाते हैं। उससे हमें धान्य, विविध फल और सब्ज़ियाँ मिलती हैं। उसके श्रम के कारण सबका पोषण होता है। किसान का जीवन हमेशा कष्टपूर्ण होता है। किसान तो अन्नदाता है।

किसान की आर्थिक स्थिति उत्तम नहीं है। किसान का विकास ही भारत के विकास का मार्ग है।

‘23 दिसंबर’ यह किसानदिवस होता है। सच में, किसान कर्मवीर है। मैं नित्य प्रार्थना करता/करती हूँ – अन्नदाता किसान सुखी हो।

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