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The center has the sole objective of building a new paradigm centered on diversity in Biological agriculture, food industry, medicine and education, characteristic of diverse cultures in India, based on the principals of decentralization, participation, sustaining the social, ecological and economic condition of life, and at the same time has the objectives of focusing the responsibility of all mankind for the consequence and interrelatedness of its present and future activities on the sustainability of this planet.

The aim of the centre is to realize a pattern of sustainable development based on organic farming and to purpose it as an example to the Indian farmers particularly for the farmers from the state of Karnataka, giving them all the necessary assistance in order to be able to put it into practice.

In fact, organic farming is the only true way out of famine, illness and the pollution of the earth. Only by cultivating their original seeds, by not using pesticides, herbicides and chemical fertilizers the Indian farmers of the so-called “Third World”-will be able to free themselves from the spiral of dependence on the multinationals corporations and usury and be self-sufficient before British colonialism in the past and the multinationals today (with the complicity not only of the World Bank and the IMF but also of the government and the Indian elite) both of which took possession of their land and natural resources, polluted their environment and destroyed the local economy with the free markets. The introduction of hybrid seeds, that farmers must buy every year from multinational corporations together with very expensive chemical pesticides, herbicides and fertilizers, has destroyed both the farmers' autonomy and their self-sufficiency forcing them into a tightly-knit dependent relationship with multinational corporations. Transgenic seeds have worsened the situation leading Indian farmers to despair and suicide. For this reasons the central objective of the Amrita Bhoomi centre is the preservation, production and distribution of pure indigenous, non-hybrid seeds that have not been genetically modified, a very precious patronage not only for Indian farmers but also for all mankind.