Everyone has dreams to make his/her country big and democratically successful. A country where there is equality in all areas and for all genders, it witnesses progress. Like others, I also have a dream for my India and the way it should be so I can be proud to live and the coming generation too. Furthermore, the country where there is no discrimination of caste, colour, gender and economic status, sees development in true sense. People in such countries also progress well in all senses.
India of my dreams would be a country that is entirely self-sufficient in all areas. Every barren land in the country, which has not witnessed crop in ages, would be cultivated for achieving food grains. I am proud of my country where agriculture is the backbone and pushes the GDP ahead. One of the best things that happened in the country is the Green Revolution offering intensive agricultural programmes for farmers.
My biggest dream is to see women empowerment in all areas. I am happy to see women are becoming independent and can take up family responsibilities. However, there are many things that need to work for women empowerment such as stopping female feticide, promoting safety and equality in the organization, etc. In rural areas of India, there are still many cases of women feticide and physical attack endangering a woman’s life.
Thankfully, the Indian government, along with NGOs and social groups, are working towards the safety and empowerment of women in India. I want women in my country to be free from social stigma and leave an independent life.
India of my dreams should be a place where poor people get empowerment, face no poverty, do not starve and get the proper roof to live. Poor kids should get an education, so they are confident in facing the world and live a successful life.
There should be no gap between the rich and the poor. The national income should be distributed rationally among different sections of society. In my opinion, socialism is the only remedy that can help to overcome the problem.
The India of my dream should be where every individual should get employment opportunity. People must have a decent job that offers good pay which will help in fulfilling dreams. Unfortunately, many young people with great talent are unable to find the right job due to corruption, quota and reference.
Reservation has been the major hindrance in the path of growth of deserving candidates. Many of the young experts end up shifting to abroad for job opportunities, helping the growth of GDP of the respective country. India of My dream is a place where the deserving candidate must get a job. A country where young experts get a proper job will certainly witness profitable growth of GDP.
Right from independence until now, caste discrimination has been the major hurdle in the growth of Indian society. In many villages of the country, some people still face caste discrimination issues. It is certainly shameful to see how people are denied their rights due to the caste issue. Thankfully, certain social groups work hard to bring down the caste discrimination and give equal opportunities to people.
I want India to be corruption free that will help in the growth of the nation. One of the reasons the country even after all these years is not able to develop is because of the corruption practised by people. No matter how big or small the work is, you need to give the money to get it done.
However, there are government policies that struck hard on such people who look for a bribe to perform the task. I dream of a country where people perform a task without taking any bribe.
I dream of India which has good infrastructure and sanitation. There are many villages, which lack poor sanitation and infrastructure. The Government of India needs to work on these, so people get what they deserve. Adequate sanitation is very important; it helps people in the village, especially women, to avoid going to open places and face health issues.
India of my dream should be an ideal country, which I can be proud of and live with confidence. I want the coming generation to have a better life and get everything they deserve for living in this country.
Q1. Why is India's Dream of becoming self-reliant difficult?
Ans: Many obstacles make this country less self-reliant. The first thing is the high tax levied by the government. There are taxes an individual needs to pay for running a business, and most of the profit is taken away by the taxes.
People take a step back to invest in the business. However, the time has come where the government is stepping in to offer assistance on a monetary basis, helping young investors to come up with ideas and work on producing products in and for India.
Q2. Will Caste Discrimination will ever be eliminated in India?
Ans: No, caste discrimination in India may never be eliminated. This is because people are caste oriented, and they prefer accepting others based on caste. This discrimination has led to many problems in various places of India like mob lynching, social isolation and others.