5 Fundamentals of Holistic Farming at LKVAK


Key to Vedic Agriculture that works towards reviving our Cow Based Agrarian Culture of Ancient India.

No or Minimal Tillage

Ancient Technique of Natural Farming that increases the amount of water infiltrating the Soil, the Ship's retention of Organic Matter and it's cycling of Nutrients.

Soil Mulching

​Maintain Soil Moisture, Weed Control, Creates Microclimate near Plant Root Zone, Protects Plant Roots from Winter

Living Roots

Provides a Steady Source of Food for Organisms in the Soil, Prevents Soil Erosion, Increases Water Infiltration, Extracts Key Nutrients for Plants.

Natural Biodiversity

Encourage the Integration of Living Organisms, both Plants and Animals, that shape Ecosystem to Thrive along with Food Plants.

Farm to Fork

” Farm to Fork is an Integrated Food Management System in which Food Production,Processing, Distributions and Consumption are integrated to Enhance the Environmental, Economic, Social and Nutritional Health of the Local Populace.” This is what we are willing to do at Lalita Divyashram.


We need a radical change in the way we produce, process, distribute and consume food if we want to avert an ecological catastrophe by 2050.How can we eat in a way that nourishes us without starving our Mother Planet.Do you consider yourself an environmental ally? May be you recycle your household goods,say No to Modi’s single-use plastic ride a bicycle and avoid too much air travel.But did you know that primary driver of climate change isn’t plastics, cars or airplanes? It’s unfortunately our Techno-Commercial Food System. How we can eat well, build soil and regenerate the planet by making conscious purchasing decisions.

Basic Steps to Eat4Planet

  • Know Your Food Source
  • Grow Your Own as much as possible
  • Go For Natural and Vedic Food Only
  • Choose Food That Regenerates Land
  • Choose Dairy That's Regenerating Land
  • Revitalize Ocean and River Ecosystem
  • Know Your Annuals and Perennials
  • Go Beyond Food

Vedic Agripreneurship

Cowism or Livestock Based Agriculture – Besides means of Producing Food and as an Aesthetic Approach to Life, the Ultimate Goal of Vedic Agripreneurship is The Cultivation and Perfection of Human Beings.


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