The whole life would come to a grinding halt, forcing all of us to experience the dull, dark, boring and uneventful period of the stone-age.
As a matter of fact, to conceive of a life without electricity is, virtually, impossible and that too when we have got slavishly addicted to the fruits and comforts electricity provides. We realize its importance, when power fails or when there is erratic supply of it.
Don’t we start cursing the Electric Supply Undertaking and tend to associate power failure with the failure of the government machinery? Such is the attitude of ours, whenever there is even a pre-scheduled cut in power supply.
It is beyond our thought and imagination to dream how our life would survive in absence of electricity. In that case the scene would be totally different. Our homes would not be so flooded with the light of electric bulbs or tubes as they are now. Only the dim light of the earthen lamps or lanterns or candlelight’s would flicker.
Refrigerators, coolers, air-conditioners, room heaters, electric irons, toasters, T.Vs, etc. would not have been in existence without the invention of electricity. Out kitchens would not have been so well-equipped with the modern electric appliances, as they are these days.
Not only this, our offices, mills, factories, shops and all sorts of public and private institutions would have worn a deserted and dull look. Their operation would come to a stop, depriving millions of workers of the only source of their livelihood and the general public of the items of their daily use. And where would the raw material, produced after so much of hard work, go? Electric fans would