India of My Dreams – Short Essay 1.
I believe that each one of us is a patriot. We all believe in the potential that India has and have great dreams for the country. Today I am here to share with you my dreams that I have for India.
I’m sure that the glory of India can never be exaggerated. However, we need to recognise that we have several challenges and shortfalls that have affected that glory immensely.
Economic Equality: My dream India would espouse economic equality. There are millions of people who are unable to get a basic meal. Economic equality would ensure that everyone has the resources that they require to meet their needs.
Education and Employment: Former President APJ Abdul Kalam dreamed of a India where all are educated and employed. He envisioned everyone as being happy and satisfied. I think this is a very important part of my dream for India. A country is made of people and stands for the people. A country has attained its dreams only when the people are happy and content. The resources in the country need to be put to productive use in such a way that the people of the country are benefited. This vision as a dream I believe is very important. Education and employment are fundamental for it.
Women empowerment and equality: The position and status of women in India is low. Though, our constitution has guaranteed equal rights to every citizen of India, still many of women are deprived of their rights. The India of my dream will strengthen and empower women. The women would play greater role in the overall economic decisions for the betterment of our country. There will be more women pilots, doctors, soldiers, officers and teachers. The society will stop objectifying women. The birth of a girl child will be celebrated. Girls will be encouraged to go to schools. My dream India will be free from gender-bias and inequality.
The dreams for my country can go on beyond this speech. We need the youth of this country to come together and fight for the nation and build a nation befitting our dreams.
India of My Dreams – Short Essay 2.
India is my homeland and reason we all are living a perfect and happy life.
Rights: I dream for my country, India, to be a happy and productive country where we people are aware of their rights and happily follow or complete their duties. They think of country above their individual needs.
More Production of Agriculture: India of my dream should produce more crops of high economic importance. In this way, we can export these items also.
A Road Network: Our country needs a very good infrastructure so that it can develop quickly. For this purpose, a network of roads and railways should be constructed in India. More people will get the chance to travel and earn more money. It will make the country more productive.
Peaceful environment: A peaceful and calm environment should be provided by them so students can work and devote more time to their research and study.
Strong Defence: I also want that our people and scientists work day and night to bring a positive change in mankind. Weapons should be of such kind that they bring more power to them. The self-destruction of mankind is a very big crime.
So this is my entire dream about India. It’s not impossible if we all try hard. So we all should just work day and night and work hard so that our country can be more productive and our generations live a healthy and happy life.
India of My Dreams – Long Essay 3.
Every citizen has a dream about his / her ideal nation. Surely every Indian citizen too has some ideas and vision about the ‘Ideal India of his / her dreams’. Like every nation, India too faces some challenges, that are felt by the majority of the Indian citizens. And dealing with these challenges effectively would be the ideal India for a vast majority of the Indian population.
History and Culture
The Indian Civilization is one of the oldest civilizations of the world. It originates from the Indus Valley Civilization. It was a very prosperous civilization that developed the roots for many streams of civilized life including architecture, social behaviour, science, pottery, tool-making, geography, agriculture, etc. The early Indian culture has been the birth-place of many discovering and inventions in the fields of Medicine [Ayurveda], Yoga, Astronomy, Politics [Chanakya-Neeti], Philosophy, Spirituality [Upanishads], etc. India has a rich history and culture in every aspect.
All Indians are proud of their prosperous, rich and intellectually advanced history and culture. It would be great to see this history and culture represented positively in the India of today. The rich Indian culture has many elements that can have solutions to today’s problems in the Indian and the Global society. Indian society should have solutions and applications from its own culture and history rather than aping those from other cultures.
It would make every Indian proud to see the values and learning from its culture and history spread positively across the world. Whereby, the world recognizes and looks upon proudly on all aspects of Indian heritage.
Basic needs for all
There are still vast sections of the Indian population who do not have access to basic needs of clean water, good food, healthy housing and sanitation. The ‘India of my dreams’ will have prioritized correcting this factor above all other factors of development. Happiness for every human being begins with the basic needs being met. A happy country consists of a happy population.
An ideal India would have excellent facilities and reserve plans in place so that the entire Indian population, in all corners of the country has complete and secured access to clean drinking water, good food resources, hygiene facilities, medical care, comfortable housing and sanitation. The Indian administration should be prioritizing these factors above all else and ensuring that they are consolidated in all sections of society.
Infrastructure and Quality of Life
One of the main reasons that the Indian society fails in competing on the global scene today is the lack of international level infrastructure facilities. All progress gets halted every time some part of the infrastructure breaks down. There is great potential for intellectual growth in the Indian population. It requires commitment from the Indian administration to support its population with confident and reliable infrastructure.
An ideal India will have a world-class network of means of transportation, reliable public transport and reliable supply of power, water, internet, etc. Good and wide roads will connect all cities big and small. There will be reliable public transport facilities of trains and buses across all parts of the country. Affordable waterways travel and air travel will be available and accessible to the vast majority of the Indian population: both urban and rural. Reliable electric power and other energy resources will be available in all cities and villages of India.
The infrastructure for all professions including for businesses, agriculture and modern professions will be affordable and available to the entire Indian population. So that all citizens can achieve their full potential in terms of work satisfaction and career or business growth.
India will be an example to the world in terms of business, financial growth and economic development.
International Role, Strategy and Positioning
Today the ‘Indian’ brand is looked down upon in various parts of the globalized world. The strategic international relationships of India as a country are fractured and immature in various parts of the world. India is yet to achieve its full potential on the global map.
In the ‘India of my dreams’, India will be a global leader in world politics. It will be a leader for representing values of global co-operation, global peace and harmony. India will be strategically positioned as peaceful negotiator in all global conflicts. India will be a leader that exhibits the value of Economic Growth for one and all, based on the principles of Global Collaboration and International Unity of Purpose.
Spirituality and Meditation
Traditionally, India is a land of Spiritual Growth and Understanding. The Indian Culture is rich in methods of Spiritual Practice, Development and Meditation. But the application of this rich history is lacking in today’s Indian Society.
In an ideal India, the rich Spiritual Practices and Meditation techniques will be implemented in the daily lives of the entire Indian population. The population will be proud to use and implement these in their daily lives. While the rest of the world looks upon India as a Spiritual guide, India will stand-up to this role and ‘Walk the Talk’ of Spiritual Growth in its entire population.
Every Indian will be a representative of this powerful element of life to the rest of the world. An Indian will exhibit and teach the values of Meditation and Spiritual Practices.
Being an Indian will mean being a uniquely ‘happy and prosperous individual’ in a wholesome way.
The ‘India of my dreams’ for every Indian represents a harmonious representation of its rich culture, values of global peace, global leadership, economic development and spiritual vision on the global scene. Being an Indian will and should mean being an example of living a ‘truly happy, full-filled and peaceful life, internally and externally’.