Godsara is land of agricultural farms; farms of sugarcane, wheat, rice, pulses, oil, vegetables etc. Farms are divided in small parts for better farming. Many farmers have their own pumping machine, oxes and tractors for watering and ploughing. Farms are managed on the basis of watering and ploughing usability. Electricity power supply is also available in Godsara.
Like other Indian villages almost 80% of total population is directly or indirectly depends on agriculture for their earning. The farmers of Godsara mainly grow following crops -
People in Godsara are well aware about the latest technologies in agriculture. They are also aware about the side effect of Nitrogen and UREA in their farm. They use to listen radio and watch television for news and agricultural programs.
whatever they do to survive
Most of the people earn their lives from agriculture and its related deeds. These days the farmers are employing many new technologies to increase their production.
There is not any modern industry in the village. Some small scale industries are near to the village.