Cosmic Farming: A Ray of Hope for Sustainable Horticulture Production and Health Security

  • Ram Kripal Pathak ICAR-Central Institute for Subtropical Horticulture and Homa Teacher, Fivefold Path Mission, Rehmankhera, Lucknow-226101, Uttar Pradesh, India
  • Ram Awadh Ram Principal Scientist, Division of Crop Production, ICARCentral Institute for Subtropical Horticulture, Rehmankhera, Lucknow-226101, Uttar Pradesh, India
Keywords: Agnihotra, Aura Energy, Aurogreen, Cosmic Energy, Resonance Point.


Soil fertility and environmental quality are critical and crucial for survival of humanity at the planet earth. Agrochemicals based farming over 5-6 decades has badly affected the soil biology and environmental ecology in many regions of the world. Ultimately the three basic elements of Nature i.e., soil, water and air have been polluted. Now it is well established that any amount of agrochemicals pumped in cannot restore soil fertility as well as sustainable agriculture production. It is only possible by mediating everlasting sources of energy. Cosmic farming, being promoted by us is based on systematic and synergistic mediating of everlasting source of energy by few simple techniques. Since human body is a mini replica of cosmos, hence food produced and consumed in consonance of natures’ gesture without use of agrochemicals will be Sattvik, full of nutrition and therapeutic values. Horticultural crops are well suited for cosmic production and consumption. The same technique is equally effective for all crops and in each ecological situation. Looking at the current plight of small and marginal farmers and pathetic situation of indigenous cow both can be addressed with assertive promotion of cosmic farming even in remote villages with enormous implications.
How to Cite
Pathak R, Ram R. Cosmic Farming: A Ray of Hope for Sustainable Horticulture Production and Health Security. IJPE [Internet]. 30Dec.2020 [cited 26Feb.2024];6(04):225-40. Available from: