Our India lives in the villages and the means of livelihood of the small farmers living in the village is farming - farming in which the farmers are engaged only for 4 to 5 months and that is also completely based on nature. He is not able to maintain his entire family. Farmers' land is also getting reduced from generation to generation. Most of the farmers nowadays have barely 1-2 acres of land. Now in such a situation, how can 3-4 children of that farmer work on so much land. In such a situation, due to the need of money and work, these youth migrate to the cities. One such youth, Sachin previously worked in a cement factory in Jamnagar, Gujarat. As soon as he came to know from some of his friends that through handloom he could earn the same amount as Jamnagar in his village, he decided and came back to work at handloom training center in his village Bilguna and near Kundalpur. . About 500 such youths are getting employment through Shramdaan. By preventing migration, these young people are being saved from living a worse life (living in a slum, working more time, tit-for-tat food, etc.) and they get a chance to stay with their parents in their own village. Used to be. Shramdaan provides such farmers as an additional surplus option for families. Take up employment by producing pure metallic and non-violent clothes from handloom.
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