Can you please tell myself and the readers about yourself?
My name is Jasmin Manafli, I am from Azerbaijan Republic. I was born into a family of beekeepers. My parents were beekeepers before my birth. I will continue their work. I am a 2-year-old little beekeeper in the world and I have been beekeeping since the age of 2 months.
What inspired you to become a beekeeper at such a young age?
My dad is really a computer programmer and when he married my mother they decided to tackle beekeeping and then they saw that my interest was also in beekeeping and they started to teach me. Now I cannot call myself experienced, but in the future I will be an experienced and good beekeeper.
Has becoming a beekeeper helped speed up Jasmin’s growth process mentally?
Yes, it helps. As if she understands that in the world there are not only growths and also eating and sleeping in a can. She understands that there is in the world the importance of the work that we are dedicated to for the sake of the world and for the world.
Is your apiary large enough to be considered a farm?
No, we do not consider that it is large enough. We are lovers, but we have a goal that grows and fly a large farm. With money, there are problems. For this we have a sponsor who helped us.
Is Jasmin involved in all aspects of beekeeping such as smoking, harvesting, etc?
Jasmin has been getting a lot of attention and recognition is she becoming a beekeeping legend?
Jasmin will soon be a legend. Day to day interest from day to day. This can also be seen on the Instagram page. Over the past 8 months, there have been 22,300 spectators, which means an incredible increase in the history of beekeepers on Instagram. In addition, gifts, support, advice, media, etc., from the audience sees some support.
What advice can Jasmin give to other young passionate millennials?
Beekeeping is the most responsibility work in the world. All know what Einstein said about bee-keeping “If bees on Earth disappear, then in four years the person will disappear. There will not be bees – there will be no pollination, there will be no plants, there will be no animals, there will not be a person. ” Therefore, we not only have to follow Einstein’s words, we also need to protect the world. And also about bee-keeping written in the Qur’an in 1400 years ago, the Koran refers to bees that produce honey as females Quran 16.68-69 “And your Lord (Allah) is revealed to the bees: Build your hives in the mountains, trees and in what they build. Then eat (for females) from every fruit and follow (for females) your Lord’s enslaved paths, from its bellies. These are signs for those who contemplate”.