Devangere, May “Natural systems have a remarkable tendency to renew and transform in continuous cycles. As farmers, we get to work along with these cycles and leave nature to flourish on its own. It will slow down or speed up, according to its own needs,” says Raghava.
Natural farming is based on human-intervention-and-interference-free agricultural practices. It is a process which tries to heal the destruction caused by human knowledge and human activities.
When Raghava was a young man, some incidents changed the course of his life. Ahead of him was a deserted road on which he walked alone to eventually land in nature’s lap. Initially, Raghava walked on this road as a sad youth because it was not the path he had chosen but the path on which he had been thrown.