Major Agricultural Revolution In India

Major Agricultural Revolution In India

Agriculture is developed and played a very important role with development of social, stable and organized human life.

History of Agricultural Revolution

History of modern agricultural revolution takes place as early as 18th century. Agricultural revolution started when people changed the country and to meet their food requirement they have started with the different agricultural technique. it was required more when population increased very much.

History of Agricultural Revolution in India

This is a list of major agricultural revolutions in India.

Revolution Production
Black Revolution Petroleum Production
Blue Revolution Fish Production
Brown Revoution Leather/non-conventional(India)/Cocoa production
Golden Fiber Revolution Jute Production
Golden Revolution Overall Horticulture development/Honey Production
Green Revolution Food grain (Cereals, Wheat &Leguminous plant) production
Grey Revolution Fertilizer Revolution
Pink Revolution Onion production/Pharmaceutical (India)/Prawn production
Red Revolution Meat & Tomato Production
Round Revolution Potato Revolution
Silver Fiber Revolution Cotton Revolution
Silver Revolution Egg/Poultry Production
White Revolution Milk/Dairy production (In India - Operation Flood)
Yellow Revoution Oil Seeds production
Evergreen Revolution Overall development of Agriculture

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