Hint: In the Indian economy, agriculture plays a key role. Agriculture accounts for over 70 percent of agricultural households. Agriculture is a vital field of the Indian economy, with approximately 17% of the GDP and more than 60% of the population employed.
India is a land of limitless growth and agriculture is practically feasible year-round. Indian crops can grow in any form because Indian conditions support the growth of a large variety of crops. Indian crops are very suitable for growing. Wheat and cotton, for instance, demand high sunlight and India is close to the equator. Plantations such as tobacco, coffee, tea and other spices, on the other hand, need maximum sunshine from Indian climate.
Nearly every kind of soil is available in India, from alluvial to black soil, from red to yellow, from every soil. Western cyclone riots in India produce a significant number of rains, which contributes to the cultivation of large crops. India has an extensive sector of productive agriculture.
It has plenty of land suitable for farming and farming residents. There is still an enormous community in India. India is growing crops at first to meet its demands. Secondly, India has a large export area of botanical foods and non-food crops such as tea, jute, silk, etc.
Note: The rice, wheat, millet, pulses, tea, coffee, sugar cane, oil seed and cotton are the major crops in India, whereas irrigation canals and tubewells have allowed to grow rice in areas with lower rainfall like punjab and western Uttar Pradesh and areas of the Rajasthan region to be cultivated.