By D. S Chauhan
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Greatly On the And whole, these disadvantages can be interdependence can serve as this mutual help and cooperation leading and human and fuller utilization of thus creating a spiral for finds a solution for more to a balanced distribution material resources, and civilized and better economic life. But there economy is economy is. is not one important thing to note. Agricultural an isolated affair. And similarly no othet Some of the problems of agriculture aie its own the size of the unit of production, land tenure, problems, e.
41 5 out of a be wealth^ total of Rs. 87*1 Besides, agricultural conditions are said and influence considerably the public budgets, 3. It contributes considerably to our exports, the percentage has declined recently, even 45% tural of our total at Though present about exports are raw materials and other agricul- commodities which value more than Rs. 200 crores, These exports earn foreign exchanges which we import capital goods for our development plans and other necessary commodities. 4, It produces raw materials for our biggest industries, terials, depend on e, g, for us with the help of cotton, jute industries, and sugar, Some for their of our raw ma- agriculture.
Tion ment and every human action. For the time being anyone acquire predominating importance as vities ries. we find of them may cultural acti- looming large in some highly developed western countIt does not mean that civilization lessens the environment. effects of Really speaking the effects are not so direct as on the savage people, but they are just as strong. is believed of obeying that the it mastery over nature or adapting to it. is measured And in it terms Taking the world as a whole climate seems to have established a basic pattern of civilization upon which other factors simply different degrees of magnitude.
Agricultural economics by D. S Chauhan