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A small happiness story:

Few days back, a farmer @SuKannaiyan posted on twitter about his inability to sell his produce. Being an Agri tech entrepreneur, I was worried and wanted to see how we can help
After establishing initial contact, I learnt that a famous politician MP from Bengaluru has taken the produce. I assumed it was over but told @SuKannaiyan sir to contact if he needs anything.
A few days later he called and said the MP didn’t buy all of it so much was still left
Market didn’t let much happen as buyers in my contact were not willing take more than a tonne and logistics demanded that we did a one time shipment instead of staggered shipment! So I reached out to a few who were involved in helping the needy.
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A detailed #thread on the important #schemes launched by Sri #NarendraModi led #BJP Govt.

Sri @narendramodi ji has launched many #welfare schemes. These #schemes varies from welfare of #Farmers, #housewives, #labourers, #students to small #shopkeepers etc.
@PMOIndia @BJP4India
1. PM-KISAN: This scheme promises to pay all poor #farmers (small and marginal farmers having lands up to 2 hectares) Rs 6,000 each every year in 3 installments through Direct #Bank Transfer. It would reportedly benefit around 14.5 crore farmers all over #India.
2. Pradhan Mantri #Kisan Pension Yojana: To address the problems of farm sector distress, the Modi 2.0 Cabinet has approved a proposal to provide small and marginal #farmers with a minimum Rs 3,000 per #month fixed #pension, costing Rs 10,774.5 crore per annum to the exchequer.
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Contrary to just mentioning in passing, the Ramayana has detailed verses explaining the construction of the bridge. The steps followed by Rama in constructing the bridge seem to be no different from those employed by modern day civil engineering & construction companies.
The Ramayana text poetically describes the study of the site conditions by Rama and His team, for a path to cross over to Lanka.

The survey of the conditions of the sea is described as an interaction between Rama and the divinity of the sea, Samudra Deva.

During this interaction with the sea, they gathered that it was in the nature of these seas to be deep & not shallow, to have waves & fierce sea creatures in them. Given this, it was essential to find a path where Rama & the Vanara army would find it easy to cross the sea.
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