The Attractive Rural Lifestyle in India

Even today 70 Indian percentage of people live in the village. The life of the village or the rural life of the people is considered to be those who live far away from the cities and like the cities they do not get all kinds of facilities. The life of the village people is very different as compared to urban people but clean and beautiful as compared to cities.

Education in Rural Area

Even today, the life of the village is very different from the cities in this modern era. The facilities of a complete education in the village are not available even today. Even today most of the villages have only primary school facilities and some big villages have only high school facilities. Even today, the children of the village have to go to big cities for college or higher education. In such a situation, people who do not have money to send their children to the city, they stop their education. Thus most people remain low educated in the village.

House & Lifestyle of Village

Earlier, all villages in India used to have chaat made of bamboo and straw and houses were also made of mud, but now with the help of Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana, poor people are getting pucca houses in the village for free.

Almost all the villager’s do farming and flourish chickens, cows, buffalo, oxen, and goats in their homes. Also, the people of the village do not go to buy vegetables in the vegetable market like urban people. Everyone grows vegetables in their fields and gardens and eat their own homegrown and fresh vegetables.

Lifestyle of Himachal village

The main work of the people of the village is farming. Even today, all the grains that people eat in cities come from the village fields. Even today, in this 21st century, there are many villages which do not even have good roads to reach.

Although according to the Pradhan Mantri Gramin Sadak Yojana, most of the villages have now been connected with paved roads, there are some villages where it is very difficult to go there due to lack of road.

Animal husbandry

Health care facilities in villages

Now first aid centers have also been opened near the village from the government, due to which the people of the village are also getting facilities in the field of medicine. For the time of emergency, the government has now provided free 108 ambulance service in most first aid centers which have proved to be very helpful.

there are small markets in villages. people manage their life with limited resources. but they living happily them cities people. they love peaceful and pollution-free live.

The weather in the village is very pleasant and the atmosphere is very clean. Today, due to pollution in urban areas, breathing has become difficult. But this is not the case in the village. Due to less vehicular traffic in the village, pollution is negligible and hence the environment is also clean.

Even today most people in the village defecate outside due to which many types of diseases – such as typhoid, diarrhea, etc. also have to be suffered. Today many campaigns of the government like – Swachh Bharat Abhiyan have started the campaign to make people aware of cleanliness, but we will take a lot of time to improve the habits of superstition and unclean India that have come from this ancient times.

Agriculture

The first few years ago, the life of the village used to be immersed in darkness as soon as most of the villages had no electricity. Today most of the villages have access to electricity. Now the children of the village are also working hard and achieving many successes in the field of education.

Traditional Festivals and Culture

Today, even though people in urban areas have forgotten the culture and tradition of India to some extent, even today, the tradition and culture of our country are deeply rooted in the hearts of rural people. The village festival does not have as many fireworks and light as the cities, but the rules and culture make there life happy and enjoyable.

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