Friday, August 14, 2009

My Dream India

India is celebrating her 60th Republic Day on January 26th. In the last 60 years since India became a republic, we have made strides in lot of areas but lot needs to be done to make our country a better place to live. I like any other Indian have great dreams about the future of our country.

I dream of my India

Where every Indian is treated equal irrespective of their religion, caste, color or sex.
Where everyone has access to basic necessities of life – food, shelter and clothing.
Where everyone has access to clean drinking water.
Where every child is able to attend school and get good education.
Where everyone gets a job of their choice within our motherland.
Where corruption is non existent.
Where various government departments behave like they are the servant of the people rather than government treating its own citizen as a servant.
Where every citizen obeys the rule of law.
Where everyone lives without any fear of war or violence.
Where our country is the role model for other nations of the world.
Where our country is the hub of knowledge.
Where our country is forefront in the areas of transportation and communication.
Where our country is self sufficient to meet all the demands of her country men.

I wish all the above dreams of mine come true during my life time itself.

Here is a video that depicts the importance and greatness of our nation through a dance performed by a group of young people for a reality show. This Prince Dance Group comprises of 13 daily wage laborers from Orissa, ages from 15-37 years, who have shown the real hidden talent of India. I am sure you will enjoy this performance as much as I enjoyed it.





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Anonymous Anonymous said...

Well-written post there. Your blog's really interesting. I'm from TVMA too, and just came across your blog from a hotel room in Kochi. Thanks for a good read !

August 14, 2009 12:56 PM  
Blogger scorpiogenius said...

Brijesh bhai, then this will become Utopia! hahaaaa..

I share many of your wishes but we all have to be pragmatic as well. Its not that all these aren't possible but treating human beings like human beings must be the first thing we have to learn. We see people as Muslim, Sikh, Nair, Ezhava, Jain, Tamilian, Kashmiri, Bihari and even the laws allow them to be classified so. This system is embedded Brijesh bhai, and its going to take a mammoth effort to even make a small change to it. We're speaking about Uniform Civil code for how many years now? And where have we reached?

I feel things will change quickly than before, because people have the platform to voice their concerns now. We have blogs, forums, social sites and these are wonderful platforms to spread the concept of oneness from a theoretical perspective to a more practical one. Bring in financial reservation and abolish all kinds of other reservations step by step.. take 10 years 25 years but we have to stop this discrimination of branding people.

So long way to go for your Utopia sir! And my utopia as well! :) Well, we're lucky that our voices are heard by a few thousands across the earth.. So I'll keep trying, I'm sure you will too. Afterall this is not for any personal gain... just for the better India me and you and the millions we know dream of.


August 14, 2009 9:34 PM  
Blogger AJAY said...

are you taking about this India

read my youth call and damn me

August 15, 2009 8:22 AM  
Blogger Brijesh Nair said...

Let us wait for your and my Utopia:)

August 15, 2009 12:04 PM  
Blogger Arps said...

Utopian India!!! Yes!!
Agree with scorpiogenius's views..

As a personal sufferer of the caste based reservation system in the country, this is one thing that is absolutely wrong with the system!

Hoping your dreams come true!!
Happy Independence Day!! :)

August 15, 2009 12:15 PM  
Blogger Mani said...

Good one, Nair. I'd like to add one more Utopian piece to this: Let India become a place where every citizen franchise their vote without any failure and any inclination towards caste, religion, party, sex and money and with the fullest awareness of their responsibility to vote. HAPPY INDEPENDENCE DAY!

August 15, 2009 7:09 PM  
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