Turn to the ancient principle: Spirit never without matter, matter never without spirit. —Rudolf Steiner


Nepal is located in South Asia between China in the north and India in the south, east and west. Climatic conditions of Nepal vary from one place to another in accordance with the geographical features. Nepal has namely five major seasons: spring, summer, monsoon, autumn and winter. Nepal is the home of Mt. Everest, and the Himalayas - 8 of 10 highest mountains in the world watch-over Nepal's land. The Himalayas are famous for medicinal plants and have even been mentioned in the Aurveda.

Many of the herbs and plants found in the Himlayas are used in traditional healing systems like Ayurvedic, Homoeopathic, Amchi etc. Some of these plants are even used for allopathic medicine. About 30 million populations, the population comprises of about a 101 ethnic groups speaking over 92 languages. Customs and traditions differ from one part of Nepal to another. Religions practiced in Nepal are: Hinduism, Buddhism, Islam, Christianity, Jainism, Sikhism, Bon, ancestor worship and animism. The majority of Nepalis are either Hindus or Buddhism. The diversity in Nepal in terms of ethnicity again makes room for various sets of customs. Most of these customs go back to the Hindu, Buddhist or other religious traditions. Nepali food has been influenced by Indian and Tibetan styles of cooking.

Nepal's agriculture is overwhelmed by subsistence family farms. Seventy-eight percent farm holdings have been reported to be producing mainly for home consumption. Organic agriculture is not a new concept of cultivation but has been practiced since ancient times in Nepal but it is a very common word in Nepali agriculture sector. Organic farming is the most original form of agriculture and has been in practice from the pre historic times. Though, during the Industrial revolution, the use of inorganic methods was introduced extensively but these methods mere not that developed and had serious side effects and severe problems such as increasing concentration of greenhouse gas in the atmosphere, land degradation; frequent occurrences of floods and droughts, desertification and contamination of resources have become subjects of serious global concerns. Depleting ozone layers, changing climate, redistribution of rainfall or global water, rising sea level, resettlement of coastal communities and loss of biodiversity are being debated.

We promote organic agriculture practiced through the biodynamic philosophy. We are dedicated to professionally empowering the poor society and to protecting the ecosystems of the rural poor society of hills , mountain and low land area of Nepal.

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