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In the country countless of women in developing countries are engaged in agriculture sector. But the Indian Women’s contribution vary broadly amongst different region, environmental sub zones, undeveloped system, caste, class and stages in the family phase. The main employment is agriculture, since 70 per cent of the population is concerned in this employment. A lot of women in developing countries are engaged in agriculture.  In the country has rural Women form the most important productive work force in the economy of majority of the developing nations as well as India. Agriculture sector employs 4/5thof all cost-effectively active women in the country. 48% of India’s self-employed farmers are women. Women’s dependence on agricultural wage labour as a source of income has also increased in the regions with the destruction of many household based industries employing mainly women.

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Thilrukshan.G. (2019). An Economic Analysis of Women Empowerment in Agriculture in India. Thematics Journal of Geography, 8(12), 1180-1186. Retrieved from