For 364 days, Hardeep Singh has cooked for his fellow protesters at a sprawling camp on the outskirts of Delhi, while others tended to the rice and wheat crops on his farm some 100 kilometers away.
He endured the cold winter months, followed by the shift to stifling heat and record-breaking monsoon rains. Three times the tent harboring his community kitchen was ripped by violent storms, three times he had to patch it up.
But Singh, 44, has zero regrets because …
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