Grown by eating the grain of the fields. The fragrance of the soil of the fields had settled in each and every one. The people of the village never thought that one day they would have to part ways. In fact, if the train passes through the village, then their village will also gallop on the track of development. For this reason the villagers have handed over their fields to the government.
We all have seen the normal harvesting, transplanting of fields, but have you ever seen all this happening with gaiety and tears? No, but it really happened. In fact, this farm of Saukot village in Gopeshwar, Uttarakhand was associated with the people here for generations. They grew by eating the grain of these fields. The fragrance of the soil of the fields had settled in each and every one. The people of the village never thought that one day they would have to part ways. In fact, if the train passes through the village, then their village will also gallop on the track of development. For this reason the villagers have handed over their fields to the government. At the time of farewell from the fields, a different view was seen here.
Last farewell with tears in eyes and Damaun
On the occasion of the last cutting and plowing of their fields, people played drums. Women were seen singing awake while planting paddy in the water-filled fields. Eyes were moist. In such a situation, with tears and drums in the eyes, people made the last planting of the fields a mixed celebration of happiness and sorrow. This village is about 15 kilometers from Gopeshwar. About 200 drain land of the village has been acquired for the railway station. About 150 families live in the village. The main work of the people living here is animal husbandry and farming. There are farms far and wide around the houses. Villagers happily transplant paddy in the fields for which the preparation starts about 1 month in advance.
Decision taken for the development of the village
This year the transplanting of these people was even more special as they were getting separated from their fields. In such a situation, to make it memorable, he reached the fields with oxen and daman. In the morning, after planting water in the fields, the women planted it on the Jagars of Jeetu Bagdwal, but the sorrow of separation from their fields was visible in the tears of the women. During the planting, the women started crying while singing the jaggers.
Tulsi Devi, a woman from the village, says that she cannot express in words the sorrow of being separated from the fields. They decided to give their fields to the government just for the development of the village.
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