Suyash Tilak, the famous 'Jay' from 'Ka Re Durava' thrilled the audience with his performance as 'Kshitij' in 'Ek Ghar Mantarlela'. A theatre lover during college days, Suyash found his debut role in ‘Amar Prem’ on ETV. Along with successful serials like ‘Durva’, ‘Pudhcha Paul’ and ‘Ka Re Durava’, Suyash also gave hit films like ‘Classmates’ and ‘Coffee Ani Barach Kahi’. Suyash has a successful track of hits in theatre as well with ‘400 Koti Visarbhole’ and ‘Zhade Lavnara Manus’
Apart from being a talented actor, Suyash Tilak is also an ardent animal lover and environmentalist. His recent post was about a technique of organic farming that utilizes the least water and gives maximum output.
He writes, “So here is what I started my new year with......This is a Sustainable Solution for our Need for Organic Vegetables which are nutritious. Vertical aquaponic farming by @grospire. State of the art technology combined with traditional Indian knowledge of holistic well being.
You can now produce 3 times more of your own vegetables using 90% less water in comparison to conventional farming. Get freshly produced bowl of salad out of your own kitchen garden. Eat healthily. #2020goals #grospire Aquaponics is nature-friendly, eco-supportive,energy-saving, and leaves minimal carbon footprint on the planet. This might seem trendy and high tech but it’s actually an ancient farming method that wetland farmers developed years ago. #growyourownfood”.
This is an advanced mechanism where a vertical structure helps growing plants in the same amount of nutrients and fertilizers without using soil. This is an age-old technique of Indian wet-land farmers.
Suyash’s interest in the environment is inspiring and his fans should certainly pick up this from the role model. Meanwhile, on the work front, Suyash is gearing up for his upcoming projects after the success of his last film, ‘Farzand’.
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