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Essay- India of my dream

India of my dream

  1. Vision – rich history, SDGs
  2. Dream-
  3. Social
  4. Equality
  5. Brotherhood
  • Unity
  1. Daridranarayan – poverty
  2. Sarvodaya- CHILD, WOMEN, MINORITY , sc/st
  3. Education- e learning, functional literacy
  4. Basic Education
  5. Higher education
  • Health & sanitation
  1. Political- Rights or Duties
  2. The Meaning of Swaraj
  3. Theory of Trusteeship
  • Constitutionalism – Rule of law
  1. National security
  2. Internal
  3. External
  4. Political stability
  5. Panchayat Raj- Back to the Village, Every village a Republic, the Village Worker
  • Peace Brigades
  1. Cultural-, excel in a rich cultural heritage, fine arts, handicrafts, sculpture, architecture, dance, drama, literature, poetry, music, and her vast knowledge of Vedas, Puranas, etc.
  2. Economic – Non-violent Economy, The Gospel of Swadeshi, Industrialisation, transport and communication, agriculture and allied activities, evergreen revolution, Co-operative Cattle-Farming, Village Industries, green development
  3. Spiritual – Religious Tolerance, sarva dharm sam bhav,
  4. Science and technology- Information technology, nuclear technology, space technology, defence technology
  5. Sports –
  6. India and World – trade & commerce, Peace, R&D, science and technology
  7. Challenges
  8. Child rights
  9. Crime against women
  10. Minority empowerment & Emancipation of SC/ST
  11. Poverty & Unemployment
  12. Security   internal – communalism, left wing extremism, rising crime, intolerance    ii. External – terrorism, neo-colonialism, climate change
  13. Regional disparity and inclusive development
  14. Problems of Administration- transparency, corruption
  15. The Problem of Minorities
  16. Agricultural distress
  17. The way forward
  18. Conclusion – India and me, my role
  • Dream, dream, dream. Dream transforms into thoughts. Thoughts result into action.
  • I would like to see India free and strong so that she may offer herself a willing and pure sacrifice for the betterment of the world. India’s freedom must revolutionize the world’s outlook upon peace and war. Her importance affects of mind. – Mahatma Gandhi
  • The word Swaraj is a sacred word, a Vedic word, meaning self-rule and self-restraint, and not freedom from all restraint which ‘independence’ often means. – Mahatma Gandhi
  • India’s destiny lies not along the bloody way of the West, of which she shows signs of tiredness, but along the bloodless way of peace that comes from a simple and godly life. India is in danger of losing her soul. She cannot lose it and live. She must not, therefore, lazily and helplessly say, “I cannot escape the onrush from the West.” She must be strong enough to resist it for her own sake and that of the world. – Mahatma Gandhi
  • I shall strive for a constitution, which will release India from all thraldom and patronage, and give her, if need be, the right to sin, I shall work for an India, in which the poorest shall it is their country in whose making they have an effective voice; an India in which there shall be no high class and low class of people; an India in which all communities shall live in perfect harmony. There can be no room in such an India for the curse of untouchability or the curse of the intoxicating drinks and drugs. Women will enjoy the same rights as men. Since we shall not be at peace with all the rest of the world, exploiting, nor being exploited, we should have the smallest army imaginable, all interests not in conflict with the interests of the dumb millions will be scrupulously respected, whether foreign or indigenous. Personally, I hate distinction between foreign and indigenous. This is the India of my dreams….I shall be satisfied with nothing less. – Mahatma Gandhi
  • “I will give you a talisman. Whenever you are in doubt, or when the self becomes too much with you, apply the following test. Recall the face of the poorest and the weakest man [woman] whom you may have seen, and ask yourself, if the step you contemplate is going to be of any use to him [her]. Will he [she] gain anything by it? Will it restore him [her] to a control over his [her] own life and destiny? In other words, will it lead to swaraj [freedom] for the hungry and spiritually starving millions? Then you will find your doubts and your self melt away.” – Mahatma Gandhi
  • Constitutionalism is “a complex of ideas, attitudes, and patterns of behavior elaborating the principle that the authority of government derives from and is limited by a body of fundamental law”. Constitutionalism “is the name given to the trust which men repose in the power of words engrossed on parchment to keep a government in order.”

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