ഡിസംബര് , നവംബര് , ഒക്റ്റോബര് · സെപ്റ്റംബര് · ആഗസ്റ്റ് · ജൂലൈ · ജൂണ് · മെയ് · ഏപ്രില്. Kerala Karshakan. 1K likes. Agricultural Cooperative. Kerala Karshakan is a monthly farm magazine published by Government of Kerala undertaking Farm Information Bureau (FIB). It is the second oldest farm .
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External krala Official Website Kerala Karshakan also has the distinction of being the second oldest farm magazine in India Kerala Karshakana constant companion to and a commentator on Kerala agriculture, is Kerala Karshakana constant companion to and a commentator on Kerala agriculture, is Malayalam-language magazines Revolvy Brain revolvybrain.
Media in Thiruvananthapuram topic Thiruvananthapuram has long been a center of media. Retrieved 2 September Printable version Jan 1, Member feedback about Media in Thiruvananthapuram: Thiruvananthapuram has long been a center of media.
Media in Thiruvananthapuram Revolvy Brain revolvybrain. The media also enjoyed the patronage of the Travancore kings. The monthly is now a sine qua non for farmers across Kerala, who have taken its paid circulation to about 1. The April-June cover of the agriculture magazine, Kerala Karshakan. The Hindu kerxla the chart of high circulation in Thiruvananthapuram.
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Please Email the Editor. Member feedback about List of Malayalam-language periodicals: Kerala Karshakanmore than anything else, had made agricultural schemes, programmes and their implementation more transparent, said an agricultural officer. Its editors were surprised to find in that the panchayat, with about 3, farming families, had a subscription base of over 3, Member feedback about Kerala Karshakan: Malayalam-related lists Revolvy Brain revolvybrain.
September 09, InSwathi Thirunal, the Travancore king, organized a government press in the city. List of Malayalam-language periodicals topic The following is a list of periodicals and online magazines published in the Malayalam language.
This article is closed for comments. Hali has said in his introductory remarks in the diamond jubilee edition. Kerala Karshakan also has the distinction of being the second oldest farm magazine in India, the oldest being Indian Farming published by Indian Council of Agricultural Research, said Mr.
The press was under Samathanam Maistry, one of the first batch of workmen trained in the Karshajan Press. The following is a list of periodicals and online magazines published in the Malayalam language.
Kerala Chandrika, the first newspaper of the state, was published from Thiruvananthapuram in