Dharampal Jharunde is a cotton farmer from Dorli, Wardha District, Vidarbha, Maharashtra, India. Dharampal has a ten-acre plot on which his chief crop is cotton. He also grows soybean, toor (also known as pigeon pea), wheat and some channa (chickpea).There are about 53 farmers in Dorli. In a 2005 movement, farmers from his village put a sign up at the crossroads that said: "Dorli Village for Sale," to protest the farm crisis that has been slowly unfolding in that region, and the government's lack of support. Indebtedness is at the heart of India's agrarian crisis. I took this video on December 26, 2011.