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India: Maharishi Vedic Pandits to enjoy organic vegetable garden
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20 November 2010
Under the guidance of Dr Peter Swan, international expert in Maharishi Vedic Organic Agriculture,* an organic vegetable garden is being established on the Maharishi Vedic Pandit campus at the Brahmasthan (geographic centre) of India.
During a recent visit to the Global Capital of World Peace at the Brahmasthan, Dr Swan, along with a local team of experts and workers, used a tractor to plow the plot of land for the garden—land which had previously been compacted due to construction activities. The team removed stones and broken bricks, harrowed and broke up the soil, and created raised beds with irrigation channels in between.
The group then prepared a traditional fertilizer for the garden, containing grass, pulverized stone, and other elements. 'These ingredients will allow microorganisms to multiply quickly in the water to be sent through the irrigation channels, and these microbes will then create food for the plants,' explained Dr Swan.
In addition to the garden, the Maharishi Vedic Pandits enjoy a fresh water supply at their campus, obtained from local dams which have accumulated water during the rainy season. Also, agricultural experts use natural approaches to protect local trees from consumption by cows and goats.
Currently 1,200 Vedic Pandits reside within the campus, and facilities are under construction to increase the group to 8,000—a goal established by Maharishi Mahesh Yogi to ensure invincibility for India and the world.
* Dr Swan is Minister of Communication for the Global Country of World Peace.
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