Lost cancer, quit his job, now the family has saved the village soil and agriculture


Gaya Prasad Maurya, a farmer from a small village in Uttar Pradesh, said his story could be an inspiration to millions of farmers in India. Because he cultivates in new innovations and advanced methods.

He does not even have hundreds of acres of land and they do not earn crores of rupees. For those who leave farming and go to the city for work, it is a different matter. Gaya Prasad cultivates broccoli and roses on the other side.

Even the rest of the farmers on his land are preparing to grow cabbage nurseries. Gaya Prasad Maurya of Barabanki in Uttar Pradesh is one such person who did not back down despite having cancer. He continues to work on his disease. He preferred his agriculture in the village to his job in the city.

In 2011, there was a lot of treatment for cancer. After recovering from this disease, he got the opportunity to work in his own village. He is assisted in this task by his daughter and his wife. His wife still lives in agriculture. Flowers planted in the field also reach the market in the morning to lock his house. He even dries the leaves of home-grown roses and takes them out and sells rose water. He planted a dragon orchard on one part of the land as a long-term crop. Jar Hadish was found in Lucknow many years ago. He still farms in a completely organic way. His crop does not contain any inorganic material. And after winning this cancer, he understood it better.