India attained independence on August 15, 1947. It was rich and strong. It has given to the world great saints, scholars, thinkers, artists and soldiers. My ideal India is modernised. It embodies the best in the cultures of the East and the West. Education is wide - spread, and there is practically no illiteracy. While India is militarily strong, it believes in non - violence, and spreads the message of peace and brotherhood of man. In this situation, it is natural for the youth of the country to turn to the India of its dreams. A dream often inspires the dreamer to work and strive so that it may come true. In the India of my dreams, everybody has enough money. Though money is not the end of life, it is essential to the development of one's life. People have freedom of thought and expression. While the forces of religion pose a threat to the unity of the country. Today people are suffering from many evils. Among these evils are poverty, ignorance, disease, bribery, corruption, indiscipline and disunity. The India of my dreams will be free from these evils. Its people will have good food to eat. They will have fine clothes to wear. They will have nice houses to live in. They will have proper education. They will be clean and healthy. They will be free and happy. There will be jobs for all. There will be no strikes and ‘morchas’. The people will be peaceful and united.
In sixty years since independence, the country has made tremendous progress. However, it is still for behind the developed counties of the world. India of my dreams is a peaceful, progressive, literate country free from the pangs of poverty, where every citizen feels safe and secure, where health facilities are provided top all and where the women of the country are treated with utmost dignity and respect.
I am proud to be an Indian and dream a lot for my beloved country. The first and foremost dream I have for India is to see her in category of most developed nations of this world. I...
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