The village is the pride of our country, India. The most calm, composed, and serene place in the whole world. A lush green field, an unpolluted environment are all that come to our mind when the word village arises. The ambiance of that place helps in maintaining the physical and mental health of a person. Agriculture is a vast sector in India and plays a major role in India’s economy.
People stay in unison in villages no matter what. People live in a village like a big grand joint family. They are always there for each other. They learn to share and care from a very young age. Since agriculture is a vast sector, many people are involved in this sector. Agriculture is the bread and butter for many people. The financial condition of farmers is not very good, they don’t have access to advanced technologies and that makes this job a little difficult for them.
People living in villages have a very ordinary lifestyle, they know the importance of managing with limited resources. Some of them even live in kaccha houses or, we may say, temporary houses, made up of clay and mud, thatched roofs made of straws or burnt clay tiles. Villages don’t even have many amenities. There are limited schools and hospitals out there. People are not aware of the importance of education. Hence, the literacy rate is very less in villages. Their life is totally different from the urban population.
The transportation is also not very smooth in the village area. There is too much love among all the people. They tend to celebrate all festivals together and spend as much time together as they can. They are always ready to help each other when in need. Although, the life of those people may look soothing to us but living in a village area also has some drawbacks attached with it.