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Growing Stories from India (Paperback)

Religion and the Fate of Agriculture

P&S History > Theology & Religion

Imprint: University Press of Kentucky
Series: Culture of the Land
Pages: 286
Illustrations: 11 b&w halftones
ISBN: 9780813187198
Published: 17th May 2022
Casemate UK Academic

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This volume uses lessons from the Hindu culture to teach the world methods of sustainability. The costs of industrial agriculture are astonishing in terms of damage to the environment, human health, animal suffering, and social equity, and the situation demands that we expand our ecological imagination to meet this crisis. This book uses the story of the deity Balaram and the Yamuna River as a foundation for discussing the global food crisis and illustrating the Hindu origins of agrarian thought, encouraging us to reconsider our relationship with the earth.

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