Last week on my visit to my hometown I happened to visit a small village by the name of Majuria. I met some villagers who made me feel so happy but i was also full of awe. What really attracted me was the simple yet modern life being enjoyed by them, both by being close to nature as well as being ambitious. Their ambitions have made them live close to capital towns and earn a living. They live as joint yet nuclear families and are so healthy and happy.
Two very elderly men made me remember my grand father whom I miss a lot. My parents accompanied me-while my father was busy elsewhere, my mother and I were impressed to see cars in some houses of the villagers. A small girl by the name of Payal stole my heart that I gave her some money on my way back and prayed to God for a daughter for myself.
After are task of the visit was over, I saw that the water quality in the villages is not at all up to the mark of being drunk or being used for cooking. The air and the greenery of nature is surely a benefit which we in urban areas are not blessed with, yet I realize that they deserve better water facilities. Yes, the government has been working hard for bringing technology to villages, but if it is used in the correct manner, it will be of help to the village and henceforth to the urban. This is because there are so many houses who buy milk from these villages (cow or buffalo).
If Man will be Healthy, Wealth and Happiness are bound to follow.