18-3-2023: International Year of Millets (Shree Anna) India Stamp


Millet is one of the crops grown in India with many traces or evidence of millet during the Indus Valley Civilization in Indian history. In India, millet is primarily a Kharif crop, which requires water and inputs from other crops to grow. Indian Post Department on International Year of Millets Issued an India Stamp for the country is nutrition security and development of the citizens. Millets prove to be very important in developing livelihoods and obtaining nutrition worldwide. Regarding market production, India ranks first in the world, Nigeria in second place and China in third place. Millet is grown in an average area of 159.21 lakh hectares in India and 121.44 lakh tonnes is produced.

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