Words of Wisdom:

"Never forget who you are and what you feel, because when someone cares that's why." - Phuan

Why We Do Not Take Our Country India Seriously?

  • Date Submitted: 10/23/2012 09:00 PM
  • Flesch-Kincaid Score: 63.3 
  • Words: 963
  • Essay Grade: no grades
  • Report this Essay
Why we do not take our country India seriously?

As a developing country India has seen every type of time and people are upgrading day by day from normal technology to advanced technology. We have changing policies and changing phases in every scenario. We don’t hate change as we see change, we feel change in our every day lives. We don’t react surprisingly as we are used to the bad and good changes in our country. As a citizen of my country I really wish to see my India as one of the best and most powerful nation in the world.

We often compare our self with foreign developed countries and there popularity and advancement may make us feel jealous some times but still we hope for a better future for our country. As a common man we often say that we don’t have anything in control and we are controlled by the government and there rules and regulations. Well when the government and the political leaders do not do anything for the people, then people have to take necessary steps for there rights. Well revolting on the streets is foolishness as the ministers who are sitting in air condition mansions will never feel anything, only you will suffer from harmful sun rays and harassment by police.

Well I will not advocate you to sit quietly at home and tolerate the injustice going on. The constitution of India has given us some rights and most of us are unaware about it. There are some important things which we can do to create a positive change in our country and its people. If really wish to see development and right utilization of our money in the country then we have to work this out.

The most important thing we have to do is take advantage of the RTI facility. We often notice lack of amenities and lack of resources in our city and its neighboring areas. Although on paper everything is provided to the city, from good roads to pedestrian pathways to green belt to fountains to security to medicals shops to bathrooms to every other important thing which makes...


Express your owns thoughts and ideas on this essay by writing a grade and/or critique.

  1. No comments