August 15, 2007

Happy Independence Day!!



celebrating 60 years of Freedom with joy and of course Indian patriotic music...which always inspired everyone right from freedom fighters to general civilians...Music with diversity, unity and spirit of freedom...has the soul in music...One of such great collection on can download from
http://www.geetganga.org/ (thanks Keshav for this link).



मंजिल पे आया मुल्क हर बला को टाल के
सदियों के बाद फिर उड़े बादल गुलाल के
हम लाए हैं तूफ़ान से कश्ती निकाल के
इस देश को रखना मेरे बच्चों सम्भाल के


Yeh preet sada ki reet yahan, mein geet yahan ke gaata hun, bhaarat ka rehne wala hun bhaarat ki baat sunaata hun.....is one of many wonderful tunes that is in the heart of every Indian. They motivate us to do something for India and to give a salute to those who worked for Indian freedom. We have a remarkable journey of 60 years till date and we are now growing faster and from the list of under-developed countries, we are moving to the list of World's most powerful nations. According to a study performed by CNN, In next 30 years India will be 3rd biggest economy of the world.

But there are various Issues need to be raised for the development...
  • Nearly 30% of populations doesn't know How to read or write.
  • Health services are not that good...various diseases are disastrous in India, nearly 400000 people dies every year due to tuberculosis
  • The policies created by government is not implemented as they must be, they can't reach at the grass root level where it is required substantially.
  • Nearly 30 crores people can't even get food for two times.
We must be careful towards such issues which are obstructing India's journey to peak.
Due to lack of time I am not able to raise all the issues and I wish from you that you will definitely think on it.

3 comments:

  1. Thts true after 60 yrs of glorious Independence a lot is there still left to be developed for a so called to be Powerful nation .....Bt on d flip side wht I believe is tht "Independence" is a synonym of "self dependence"....one need to work for d development of them self before getting to d development of society....One needs to come out of their orthodox mentality...changes for a good cause must be accepted...Emphasis should be given on personal hygiene for prevention from diseases...If we talk about policies and their implementation we need to come out of this chalta hai type attitude ....Each individual need to understand their duties b4 fighting for their rights...Its we d youth who can create a difference ...So lets ...Chak de !!!!

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  2. Yeah thats true but few people really need help from those who are already settled, And not every disease is related to personal hygiene yet it is one of the factor. "chalta hai" attitude need to be changed, I agree...
    chak de India!!

    There is no wrong time to start doing the right thing

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  3. Yeah dude.....nice way of summing up things.and really nice thoughts by Shikhi too.

    To add to it,indians lack a much needed rational approach towards things.That is probably the reason why they easily get enraged over issues which are idiotically childish. The reason for ths is that there is a difference between being literate and being educated.
    Concious efforts need to be put up in people come out of their blind beliefs.
    Myths are dangerous.faith and logic don't ever go hand in hand.

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