Interesting story of a famous actor leaving behind the life of glamor and doing farming for 5 years

Interesting story of a famous actor leaving behind the life of glamor and doing farming for 5 years

Interesting story of a famous actor leaving behind the life of glamor and doing farming for 5 years

You must have heard and read this many times that someone left a good job and started farming. But, have you heard that a TV actor, after reaching the peak of his glamour, turned to farming? Yes, today we will tell you the story of one such famous actor, who decided to leave his successful acting career and become a farmer. He himself has made a shocking revelation of the reason behind this. 

Acting is also called the world of glamor and if someone gets settled in this world then it becomes very difficult for him to come out of it. But there is also an actor who, despite having a successful career in acting, said goodbye to this world and became a farmer and started farming. This actor lived in the village for five years and did farming and grew crops.

From the world of glamor to farming

The name of this actor who left the world of glamor to become a farmer is Rajesh Kumar. Rajesh earned a lot of name by playing Rosesh in 'Sarabhai vs Sarabhai'. Apart from this, he has appeared in shows like 'Yam Kisi Se Kam Nahin', 'Neeli Chhatri Wale', 'Yeh Meri Family' and now has appeared in the recently released film Teri Baton Mein Aisa Uljha Jiya. But before this, Rajesh continued farming in Bihar for 5 years.

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What am I doing for the next generation? 

In an interview given to a media agency, Rajesh said- 'In 2017, I was at the height of my acting career on TV, when I decided to take up farming. While I was thoroughly enjoying doing TV, my heart was constantly asking me, what am I doing for the next generation, apart from leaving behind a few tapes of entertainment?

Why did Rajesh take a break from acting?

When asked about leaving the world of glamor and adopting the profession of a farmer, Rajesh said, 'I was not doing anything special or extra to contribute to the society. How will my children remember me? You did acting for yourself, for your safety, for your earning. I thought to myself, how will I leave any footprints behind me? That's when I went back to my hometown and grew crops. 

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He faced many challenges while farming

Rajesh Kumar further said that when he continued farming for five years, many outlets said that he left acting to become a farmer or that he did not have money. However, he faced many challenges during this period and due to his education he was able to come out of all the difficulties.

Farmers can earn big money every month by producing different types of vegetables in their fields.

Farmers can earn big money every month by producing different types of vegetables in their fields.

Farmers can earn a good income by cultivating many vegetables in one field. Farmer brothers can grow coriander, spinach, and tomato crops in one go.

Let us tell you about the intensity with which technology is developing. At the same pace, the use of new equipment and techniques in farming has also increased. If you also do farming, then the information provided here can be beneficial for you. A large population in India is dependent on agriculture. Because of this, India is also called an agricultural country. Changes with time have also made farming advanced. If farmers wish, they can earn good profits in a single crop. Many such vegetables give huge profits in a short time, especially include coriander, tomato, spinach, etc.

You can earn profits worth lakhs from vegetable farming

Talking about normal days, the price of tomato in the market is Rs 250 to 350 per carat. Farmers can earn lakhs of rupees in a year just by selling tomatoes. Also, if you cultivate and sell coriander, spinach, and chili, these will give you huge profits. Nowadays, horticulture crops are earning more income than traditional crops.

Also read: Farmer Shravan Singh became rich by producing horticulture crops.

Coriander-spinach production will yield good profits

Farmers can sow all these vegetables in the same field. These vegetables do not require much space. To earn a good income from these vegetables, farmers can plant coriander and spinach on the ridges of their fields. On the other side of the ridge, farmers can also cultivate tomatoes and chilies.

Farmers can also produce these vegetables

For your information, to earn a better income, farmers can grow many crops in the middle of the fields beside the ridges. Farmer brothers can grow okra, potato, cauliflower, and bitter gourd here. All these vegetables are sold in the market at good prices. If farmers follow all the points mentioned here, they can earn a handsome income.

Government runs significant schemes that benefits farmers

Government runs significant schemes that benefits farmers

The government is implementing a variety of measures to empower farmers. Farmers gain directly from these strategies.

The government is running a variety of projects aimed at improving the economic conditions of farmers, as well as crop growth and sale. The basic goal of these projects is to empower the farmer. Today's MeriKheti post will provide you with information on such government-run projects that assist farmers.

The schemes being run for the empowerment of farmers are as follows:

PM Kisan Samman Nidhi Yojana

The government provides financial help of Rs 6,000 to farmer brothers under the PM Kisan Samman Nidhi Yojana each year. Under this system, farmers receive Rs 2,000 in their accounts every four months.

Prime Minister’s Crop Insurance Scheme

This strategy serves as a security blanket for farmers. The policy insures Rabi and Kharif crops. Rabi crops require a 1.5 percent premium, whereas Kharif crops require a 2% premium. Farmers might get compensation under the Bhai Scheme if they suffer significant losses.

Also to Read: Know how farmers are benefited through the Prime Minister Crop Insurance Scheme.

Prime Minister’s Agricultural Irrigation Scheme

The government has launched the Pradhan Mantri Krishi Sinchai Yojana to improve crop irrigation. The plan encourages farms to use drip and sprinkler irrigation systems. Farmers receive subsidies of up to 90%.

Kisan Credit Card

Farmer brothers require money for farming tasks. In such cases, the Kisan Credit Card Scheme is being implemented for them, allowing farmer brothers to obtain loans ranging from Rs 50,000 to Rs 3 lakh at moderate interest rates. Farmers receive loans of up to Rs 1,50,000 with no commitment. Aside from these programmes, Soil Health Card, National Food Security Mission, Agricultural Infrastructure Fund, e-NAM, and Rashtriya Krishi Vikas Yojana are being implemented.