Indian agriculture is heavily dependent on monsoon and ever-increasing global temperature has made agriculture more prone to extreme weather events. For the last three decades, the agricultural system in India is going through the most crisis situation. In the continuous drought of 1988-87 and 1987-88, due to low rainfall, India faced such a crisis and in 2014, India faced a bad monsoon, which further increased the agrarian crisis.
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