Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall have continued their royal tour of India meeting farmers and watching a military display.
The prince went to the Navdanya organic farm and education centre where he sowed some seeds throwing them as two bullocks ploughed the field beside him.
The prince spent nearly an hour in the company of Dr Vandana Shiva as he toured the site that promotes biodiversity, organic farming and the process of seed saving.
The two are said to inspire each other with the Charles having a bust of the Indian environmental activist at his Highgrove home.
Earlier the royal couple visited the Indian Military Academy in Dehradun, where they were treated to an exhibition of horsemanship., with the Duchess of Cornwall then took the opportunity to treat a horse to a sugar lump.
Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall, are touring India over nine days, before moving on to Sri Lanka where he will represent the Queen at a Commonwealth meeting.
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