MS Swaminathan, “A True Farmers’ Scientist”: Full Text Of PM Modi’s Blog

Recently MS Swaminathan’s name has come on the internet and it has been making rounds rounds on the internet. Since his name came on the internet many people have been super curious to know about him and why his name trending on social networking sites. MS Swaminathan was a very well-known Indian agronomist and agricultural scientist. A few days ago, we lost Professor MS Swaminathan. Our country lost a visionary who revolutionized agricultural science, a stalwart whose contribution to India will always be engraved in golden letters. Here we have more information on the news and we will share it with you in this article.

MS Swaminathan

MS Swaminathan was a very amazing and respected person who loved India and wanted our nation and our farmers in particular to lead a life of prosperity. Academically intelligent, he could have selected any profession but he was so impacted by the Bengal famine of 1943 that he was clear that if there was one thing he would do, it would be to study agriculture. At a very young age, he came in contact with Dr Norman Borlaug and observed his work in great detail. Scroll down to the next page for more information about the news.

According to reports, in the 1950s, he was presented with a faculty position in the US, but he got it because he wanted to work in India and for India. I want you all to think about the challenging occasions in which he stood as a great man and led the country on the path of self-reliance and self-confidence. In the first two decades since Independence, we have been dealing with immense challenges and one of them was food shortages. In 1960s. India was grappling with the ominous shadows of famine and it is that Swaminathan’s unyielding commitment and foresight ushered in and fresh era of agricultural prosperity. You are on the right page for more information about the news, so please read the complete article.

As far as we know, over the years, he undertook pioneering research in combating parasites affecting potato crops. His research also enabled potato crops to withstand cold weather. I will again quote The Kural to pay tribute to Dr. Swaminathan. It is written there, “If those who plan have perseverance, they will get what they want.” There was such a great man who had decided early in his life that he wanted to strengthen farming and serve the farmers. Here we have shared all the information that we had. Stay tuned to us for more updates.