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Freedom 8

  • Date Submitted: 09/10/2010 02:36 AM
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The human civilization underwent many changes and development with the passage of time. In course of time, cities became the major centers of livelihood. A city has large population compared to a town and a village. Life is a full of activities in a big city. It is a centre of education, trade and industry, recreation etc. Life in a big city starts early in the morning. School children, office-workers, and others fill the roads, bus-stops and the vehicles. The market places get crowded with people. Life in the city has certain charms. The factories and the industrial centers give employment to thousands of people. Those who work hard in cities rise in life. There are certain disadvantages too. Here, neighbors live like strangers. Everyone finds himself in hurry and worry. The atmosphere is polluted. There is competition in every sphere. However, cities add to the economic development of a nation.
It is often said that India lives in the villages. Sixty-five percent of the Indian population lives in villages. Since independence, the villages in India are developing. Life in a village is peaceful, calm and quiet. The natural beauty and greenery is a feast for the eyes. Life is slow in village compared to a city. Most villages have primary schools. Higher educational facilities are hardly available in the remote villages. Most villages lack medical facilities and other basic minimum necessities. Almost all villagers depend on agriculture. Villages have narrow, cobbled roads. Mobile markets are held once a week in the Indian villages. Villages are free from pollution. Neighbors in a village live like a family. They are simple, sincere, honest and hardworking. Effective steps need to be taken for the development of the villages in all spheres.
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