Revolutions in India Green, White, Blue, Golden, etc.

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List of All Revolutions

Revolutions in India

Revolutions in India marked the beginning of a completely new era in various socio-economic fields like agriculture, petroleum etc.

Green Revolution

Green Revolution associated with Agriculture Production.Green Revolution refers to a period when Indian agriculture was converted into an industrial system due to the adoption of modern methods and technology such as the use of high yielding variety (HYV) seeds, tractors, irrigation facilities, pesticides, and fertilizers.

The Green Revolution within India commenced in the early 1960s that led to an increase in food grain production, especially in Punjab, Haryana, and Uttar Pradesh. Major milestones in this undertaking were the development of high-yielding varieties of wheat and rust resistant strains of wheat.

Father of Green Revolution is Norman Borlaug

Father of Green Revolution in India M.S.Swaminathan .

Golden Revolution

Golden revolution associated with Overall Horticulture, Honey, Fruit Production. Golden revolution is about Honey and Horticulture production. During this period there is huge production of fruits, vegetables ,honey and other horticulture products.In India , the period between 1991 to 2003 is termed as Golden Revolution.

Yellow revolution

Yellow revolution associated with Oil Seed Production.Yellow revolution refers to the increase in the production of oil due to the various scientific methods and technologies.Sam Pitroda is Known as father of Yellow Revolution.

White Revolution

White Revolution associated with Dairy, Milk Production.An Iranian reform movement begun in 1963, and it also may refer to: White Revolution (India), Operation Flood, a rural development programme in India begun in 1970.Operation Flood was started by National Dairy Development Board (NDDB) in 1970s. The objective of this programme was to create a nationwide milk grid. The result was that India became the largest producer of Milk and Milk Products. 

The father of White Revolution in India is Verghese Kurien, the founder of Amul.

Blue Revolution

Blue revolution associated with Fish Production. Blue revolution refers to the remarkable emergence of aquaculture as an important and highly productive agricultural activity. Aquaculture refers to all forms of active culturing of aquatic animals and plants, occurring in marine, brackish, or fresh waters.

Black Revolution

Black Revolution associated with with Petroleum Production.

Brown Revolution

Brown Revolution associated with Leather, Cocoa.Basically, Brown Revolution in India means to recycle all polluting, stiking, deadly garbage for composting and for power generation in all big,small and metro cities in india. It is related to the development of Non-conventional energy resources.

Golden Fibre Revolution

Golden Fibre Revolution associated with Jute Production.Jute is called the “Golden Fibre of India” because India earns valuable foreign exchange by exporting Jute. Its fibre is used in manufacturing jute textiles and packing materials.

 

Other Revulation

Pink RevolutionRelated with Onions, Prawn
Red RevolutionRelated with Meat, Tomato Production
Evergreen RevolutionIntended for overall agriculture production growth
Round RevolutionRelated with Potato Production
Silver Fibre RevolutionRelated with Cotton Production
Silver RevolutionRelated with Egg Production
Grey RevolutionRelated with Fertilizers
Golden Fibre RevolutionRelated with Jute Production
Round RevolutionRelated with Potato

 

 

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