Eco-friendly Methods for Cultivation Practices in Agriculture

Eco-friendly Methods for Cultivation Practices in Agriculture

In Asia, Green revolution skills and know-how have more than doubled the potential of the productivity of food crops, in general, and horticulture , in particular. These high input production systems demanding massive doses of pesticides, fertilizers, irrigation and machinery, nevertheless, show indifference towards the environment and the environmental reliability and integrity of land, forests […]

On Saadi Shirazi and His Philosophy

On Saadi Shirazi and His Philosophy

Saadi Shirazi, is also known by the title of Abu-Muhammad Muslih al-Din bin Abdallah Shiraz (Hinds, 1962), and widely known as Saadi, which is his pseudonym or nom de plume. He is the 13th-century Persian Sufi Muslim panegyrist, lyricist and a poet of high caliber (Encyclopaedia Iranica). Saadi was undeniably, incontestably, and indeed categorically a […]

On Shamas Tabrizi and His Philosophy

On Shamas Tabrizi and His Philosophy

Shamas Tabrizi, also known by the title of Shamas al-Din Mohammad, and widely known as Rumi’s teacher and spiritual guide is the 13th-century Persian Sufi Muslim saint (Everett, 1998). He was unquestionably and indeed a very good Sufi, a mystic, a poet, a theologian, and originally from Iran (Gamard, n.d.) who traveled throughout the Middle […]

Some Reminisces on the Religious Thoughts of Said Nursi

Some Reminisces on the Religious Thoughts of Said Nursi

Said Nursi, generally recognized as Bediüzzaman, meaning “miracle of the age”; or basically Üstad or master (Shukran Vahide as cited by Nur Web Pages), was a Kurdish Sunni Muslim orator cum preacher, a mystic, austere, and theologian. He wrote the Risale-i Nur Assortment, a group of Quranic interpretation, and commentary over and above six thousand […]

On Gender Roles

On Gender Roles

Gender is not tantamount to women as it is usually expected. It speaks of both manhood and womanhood, and to their situation, relative to each other. Gender identity is one’s intelligence, wisdom, and sagacity of empathy with either the masculine or feminine sex, as demonstrated in physical appearance, behavior, and other characteristics of a person’s […]

The Linkage(s) Between Migration and Economic Development

The Linkage(s) Between Migration and Economic Development

Migration is the movement of people which encompasses a change in the place of normal residence of people from one settlement to another or a change in physical space (Todaro & Smith, 2008) and is meticulously, carefully, and closely linked with occupational shifts of one kind or another (Theodore Laplow). There are two factors behind […]

On Hazrat Sheikh Abdul Qadir Jeelani (RA)

On Hazrat Sheikh Abdul Qadir Jeelani (RA)

Sheikh Abdul Qadir Jeelani(RA) also called al-Hasani wa’l-Husayni, known by the title of Sheikh-ul-Islam, and widely known as Gous-ul-Azam is the 11th-century Sufi saint, who was undoubtedly a very good orator, a mystic, Hanbali Sunni Muslim preacher, austere, Sayyid, and a theologian. Before devoting himself to asceticism and spiritual lessons , Gous ul Azam(RA), as […]

Understanding Tax-incentives in Light of the Modern Welfare World

Understanding Tax-incentives in Light of the Modern Welfare World

The modern world witnessed changes in public finance as public expenditures and public revenue through different sources, particularly taxes entered different phases and junctures with every passing day, as a consequence the nature and significance of the welfare state whose functions and goalmouths have also experienced conversions and transformations. The welfare state is a public […]

On Farm Size(s) and the Productivity Debate in Agriculture

On Farm Size(s) and the Productivity Debate in Agriculture

The relationship between farm size and productivity has always caught the attention of educated and well-read agriculturists, in general, and researchers, in particular. There is a good amount of literature on farm size and productivity in smallholder agriculture as well as big holder agriculture in India, especially post-green revolution period. The research findings and the […]

Understanding the Agrarian Class Structure

Understanding the Agrarian Class Structure

The groups and settlements of people who earn their living mainly by cultivating land and by carrying out allied activities like fishing and animal husbandry are called agrarian societies. Agricultural economics sprang from the economic activities of agricultural production, agricultural consumption, agricultural investment and agricultural exchange which relates to product pricing of agriculture goods and […]