This practice has been initiated by an Ayurvedic specialist, Dr JR Netam, a local practitioner in Jagdalpur.
He is even planning to approach the concerned authorities to ensure help for these villagers.
He further said, "I hope that looking at the enthusiasm of the villagers, the authorities would come forward to help them."
The entire village is completely dependent on the agricultural and farming practices as the sole source of their livelihood and subsistence.
Most of the villagers are engaged in the process of harvesting the paddy field which occupies their few hours of each day.
Thus, to ensure a productive utilisation of the rest of their time, Dr Netam had advised the villagers to convert the barren land located within their village into a fertile area by adopting community farming and growing subsistence crops.
Dr Netam has given a target of 40 days to begin the cultivation of agricultural field.(ANI)