Why is agriculture especially developed in India?

The development of agriculture in India has a number of features. Firstly, the country needs to feed a huge population of 1.3 billion inhabitants, which is growing rapidly, therefore, some of the inhabitants feed themselves and numerous townspeople.

Secondly, the historical features. In Indian society, there was such a varna as Vaisya. Farmers also belonged to them. In fact, this is the third estate.

Thirdly, the peculiarities of the country’s climate and economy. India has a warm tropical climate with many crops, vegetables, fruits, herbs and spices. The country is actively exporting them. For example, tea.

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