In the Neolithic Age, humans moved to cultivation and to grow animals. The weapons of men in that time were twigs and woodcuts. In the state of Kerala there has been an innovation in agriculture and modernization.

There are plenty of luminous hints available from some regions of the Sahyadri. This is the season of hailstones from the river Bawalipuzha and Poothady in Thirunelli in Wayanad.

"Cattle were laid on the hills and cuts of shrubs and breeds, and cultivated and harvested and living plants of the neocons. Places in the Western Ghats may once have been their crops as "grains, fruits, and tuber."

The use of iron in South India was widespread (from 1000 BC) and the Iron Age of Kerala started very soon. The remnants of Mahashila census also reveal the agrarian change.

Iron holes, shovels, and large earthen vessels to store the seeds are such. The Sangam literary works of Mahasakilaakala period are presented in a detailed picture of the production process.

The Sangham refers to the different peoples of the process of production. In Kerala, farmers are not white people as they are white people, but they do not call farmers in the name of a particular community. Etc.

The people were transformed into farmer groups such as the Utsavar, Pulayar etc. The name of the word pallam means land and the peasants in the agricultural areas are known to be the peak of the uncultivated hill stations.

Shi visadacitram to learn from the sanghasahityakrtikalil avatarippikkunnuvenkilum etrattealamuntayirunnuvenn productivity. It is not clear that the method may then have the ability to retain large agricultural population. Vellahlas five tinakal (aintinakal) of the image of the ancient agricultural life has bhuvibhajanasankalpavum .

The next phase of agriculture's history is that after Buddhism, Jains and Brahmins entered Kerala. Buddhism was the religion that encouraged agriculture. The Brahmins settled in the river basin and got control of the land.

A large portion of the agricultural land is owned by Brahmana villages. With the help of advanced astronomical knowledge, Brahmins took the lead in the planning and control of agriculture production. By establishing temples they occupied the land. Instead of direct cultivation they have been able to get product control.

 "There have been changes in product structure too. The general category of Scheduled Tribes was divided. The main sections were carl workers, umbrellas and amateurs. The main farmers were caravans.

The basins of the river basins were transferred to the Brahmins and temples, and they became subordinate to the Brahmins. As the farming communities grew, the people in the ducks became farmers. The right to live in the field of cultivation is called a family or indefinite.

 "The lowest section was the Sheriff. Your servants were the people who had no right to the earth and had the responsibility to work for the owner.

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