its technological advancement notwithstanding, is predominately an
agricultural country. People still depend upon agriculture for their
livelihood, and a large part of land is still under cultivation in various
parts of the country. Our agricultural tour offers you an opportunity to
explore these places that exhibit a unique beauty of their own. Vast
stretches of land glowing with lush green and yellow cultivation will expose
you to what is quite often referred to as "true India." It is an
exceptional way to discover those glorious culture and customs of the
country, that are well preserved in the agricultural places but seems to
have been lost in the urban areas.
Haryana is basically an agricultural state, where a large number of people
choose agriculture as their profession. Therefore an agricultural tour to
Haryana will definitely offer you abundant opportunity to discover a
landscape covered with rich vegetation. The state also houses the famous
Chaudhary Charan Singh agricultural University which imparts the much needed
education about agriculture. The major agriculture productions of the states
include wheat, rice, cotton, bajra, oil seed and grams. Fruits like mangoes,
ber, orange and malta are also produced.
Uttar Pradesh is another state where agriculture is a dominant form of
occupation. The fertile soil of this Gangetic region and enough supply of
water supports growth of agriculture in the state. Wheat, rice, sugarcane,
fruits and vegetables like potatoes are widely grown in the state. Infact
Uttar Pradesh is the highest producer of sugarcane and potatoes in the
country while second highest producer of rice. Our agricultural tour to
Uttar Pradesh will definitely leave a positive impression on your mind.
One of the smallest state of India, Punjab is rich in agriculture because of
the benefits it enjoys in the form of fertile soil and abundant water. The
importance of Punjab as an agricultural state is established by the fact
that the state produces around two-third of the food grains in the country,
its small size notwithstanding. The state is also known as the "food
basket of India" and "granary of India." A trip to Punjab
will reveal to you a land that is full of green and golden lands.
The credential of Andhra Pradesh as an agricultural destination is proved
by the fact that the state is known as the "Rice granary of India."
Though, the capital of Andhra Pradesh (Hyderabad) has marked a place of fame
in the arena of Information Technology, agriculture is the major source of
income for the majority of the population. The state's agricultural output
has made it a major player in the economical growth of India. Watered by two
important rivers of the country- Godavari and Krishna - the state produces
sugarcane, tobacco, mirchi, cotton and other local crops, apart from rice.
Andhra Pradesh forms an important part of agricultural India.