Are you wondering why our agriculture sector or industry is lagging behind more than it ought to have been till date in terms of growth and development and its contribution to our GDP despite the government’s plans, policies, initiatives, programs, schemes, research, efforts, assistance, etc.?
And also, why our farmers are in a distressed state continuously?
In this stunning book, CA.Asheesh Seshadri identifies the reasons for the above, suggests a solution to make the agriculture industry robust and perpetual in terms of growth, development, and contribution to GDP through his idea of “evergreen revolution,” which is explained in detail in this book.
In the present situation, he stresses that there is an urgent need for another Green Revolution for our country, and this book envisages another revolution in the field of agriculture, which will be evergreen/perpetual for the present and future generations.
If the author’s favorite social-business concept method of taking it forward is adopted, then it allows every citizen of our country to participate and be a part of this Evergreen Revolution in one way or another, paving the way for inclusive growth and development way. It embodies “Sab ka Saath, Sab ka Vikas,” making us self-reliant.
Asheesh Seshadri is a practicing chartered accountant from Bengaluru. He spends most of his time thinking about life, philosophical matters, and innovative solutions for the problems faced by the people in our cities and country, for example, how to ease traffic congestion in Bengaluru, traffic safety to avoid accidents, how to solve the issue of drunken driving, solve the problems faced by old parents who have been sent old age homes so they can live happily for the rest of their lives, etc.
He has a philanthropical urge to contribute something worthy to this planet before he leaves the Earth—to make it a better place to live in. His approach is primarily socialistic, and he wishes to see an egalitarian society where there will be no gap between the haves and have-nots.
Asheesh Seshadri loves nature. He enjoys watching movies, reading books, and browsing social media and likes to play badminton and cricket.