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Organic farming methods are native to India as traditional methods, crops and livestock have been reared together and even today also. The adverse effects of modern agriculture misuse by the agricultural technology. They are overuse of agrochemicals in gross violation of the recommendation of government agriculture officials, research institutions resulting appearance of pesticide residues in agricultural produce. At present government to motivated to do the organic farming is started from school level in order to they are turned to do traditional agriculture methods might be saved. This paper reflects the notion of women’s participation, empowerment and food security among women farmers in Agateeswaram taluk in Kanniyakumari district. . This article based on the primary data, highlights the role of women farmers in the wake of their efforts at establishing socio-economic status in connection with local agricultural land, production of agro products and its marketing.