2,000 years ago India contributes to around forty percent in the world’s economy. Called as “Gold Bird” (Sone Ki Chiriya) long time ago, there was a continuous stalking from terrorist groups, attackers and looters all across the world. Year by year, they came and shamelessly looted our country’s wealth. Looters like Gori, Mahmud of Ghazni, Nader Shah (Iranian ruler), Genghis Khan (Khagan of the Mongol Empire) and others are just a few. Lastly came the Britishers. Due to their ‘Divide and Rule‘ policy, the Britishers ruled the nation more than 253 years and also forcefully imposed their governance.
After a continuous struggle and waking up of India’s Independence, the Britishers decided to go back home. There was no less of challenges, however, we never lack braveness and courageousness. Fighting all these problems, India is now again ready to lead the world.
The country got freedom, but we (the people) become slaves. In the level of mentality, thoughts and also in the level of behavior. We took this freedom for granted. In the name of our freedom, we started to interfere in others’ freedom. Qualities like good faith, brotherhood, love & respect, all became slipslop.
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Outraging in the streets, destroying public/government properties, ruining our most important natural resources, how can we complete the dream of nation building ? The mentality of which we started became slaves, does our great men and women think/dream of this kind of India ? We can only truly contribute to our dream of nation building till we scrap these immature habits. This 72nd Independence Day, let’s take a pledge to stop being the slaves of bad mentality and contribute in making our beloved India great again.
Top Freedom Quotes from World Leaders
Subhas Chandra Bose (23 January, 1897 – 18 August 1945),
“FREEDOM IS NOT GIVEN, IT IS TAKEN.”
Abraham Lincoln (12 February 1809 – 15 April 1865),
“FREEDOM IS THE LAST, BEST HOPE OF EARTH.”
Martin Luther King Jr. (15 January, 1929 – 4 April 1968),
“OPPRESSED PEOPLE CANNOT REMAIN OPPRESSED FOREVER. THE YEARNING FOR FREEDOM EVENTUALLY MANIFESTS ITSELF.”
Epictetus (50 AD – 135 AD),
“FREEDOM IS THE RIGHT TO LIVE AS WE WISH.”
Albert Camus (7 November 1913 – 4 January 1960),
“THE ONLY WAY TO DEAL WITH AN UNFREE WORLD IS TO BECOME SO ABSOLUTELY FREE THAT YOUR VERY EXISTENCE IS AN ACT OF REBELLION.”
THE FASTEST GROWING ECONOMY
In 1947, India’s GDP was only Rs 2.7 lakhs (0.27 million). Currently, it has increased and stood at $ 2,134 arabs. Also, India is the sixth-largest economy of the world in terms of it’s GDP while at number three in terms of PPP. At the time of India’s Independence, the foreign exchange fund (FOREX) was only $ 2 trillion. In January, 1991 when the country’s forex was only $ 1.2 arabs India had to gave 67 tons of Gold to the IMF as mortgage, so that to take in the emergency imports for three weeks. Presently, the India’s forex stands at $ 405 arabs.
Furthermore, at the time of Independence, India wasn’t open for the ease of doing business, because of which there wasn’t much business relations with countries. Since the economic liberalisation of India in 1991, the FDI was increased due to which the economy improved at a higher rate. Till January this year, India’s import was – $ 24.4 lakh crores while export was $ 15.96 lakh crores. Today, India’s economical growth rate has been quadrupled and is the most fast economy in the world. Many analysts and economists believe India being the economical engine of the world.
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INDIAN CINEMA – A MIRROR OF SOCIETY
Indian Cinema, (including Bollywood, Tollywood and more), is the second oldest film industry in the world. In 1913, India’s first mute film “Raja Harishchandra” came into being. And in 1931, India finally got it’s first sound film “Alam Ara“. Post Independence in 1947, making of South Indian films and Bengali films were started on a large level. At that era, films were mostly produced on topics revolving feature, religion and social issues. From the year 1950 to 1960 at the time of Golden Age of Cinema, Indian films has made it’s way in the global stage.
Currently in India, there are around 1500-2000 films produced and made every year in different languages. Also, it must be noted that India’s Film Industry is the world largest film industry in terms of quantity of movies produced. In 2017 alone, Indian film industry generated $2.39 billion revenue. According to research firm Delloite’s report Indiwood, the Indian Film Industry‘s income will reach a record height of $2.5 lakh crores till 2020. In terms of technology and earning, our beloved Bollywood has started giving a tough competition to the Hollywood.
ENJOYING THE FRUIT MEATS BECAUSE OF SERVICES
If China is over rated about being a perfect manufacturing hub, then India is also proud of it’s services sector. The service sector in India’s economy developed and grew since 1975. In 1950, the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) contribution in the service sector was less than 30 percent, which increased by 40-45 percent between 1980 to 1990. Since 2000 to 2014, there’s a huge 8.5 percent growth rate every year in the service sector. Not only in earning and making money, this sector has also provided many job opportunities across the country. Our young men and women including those good in English are getting a big profit from this sector as well.
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IN AWE OF GLOBAL SCALE
In today’s time, India was not neglected at the International stage and platforms. The country proudly stands shoulder to shoulder to any other country whether from Asia or Europe continent. India ranked 7th among the world’s top 10 Nuclear power countries in the world. Rest are :
- North Korea
Super powers across the world is trying to take India in their support for the Asia’s balance. Therefore, most of the developed countries are now started approaching India and is ready to listen the country. One of the reason being the Paris Summit held in 2015 in the presence of PM Narendra Modi.
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