Essay on My Vission For India In 2047
On the 15th of August, 1947, our country, India, was freed from the 200-year-old British colonial slavery. Independence is about to celebrate its 75th anniversary. In honour of this occasion, the Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav is being observed throughout the country.
After 25 years, in the year 2047, the country will celebrate its 100th anniversary of gaining independence. The next 25 years will be known as the Amrit Kaal for the country. Despite the fact that the country has been on a path of continuous development for the past 75 years, we Indians will have to rise to a level of power that we have never experienced before in the next 25 years.
It is everyone’s dream to see the country grow in size and become democratically successful. Having equality in all areas and for all genders is a positive indicator of development in a country.
Like many others, I have a vision for my country India and how it should be run so that I can be proud of where I live and that future generations can be as well. Our country in 2047 will be shaped by the decisions we make today.
Development, growth, gender equality, employment, and other factors will all be examined in greater depth in India in the year 2047 than they have been in the previous five decades.
That which we dream becomes reality, and similarly, how we envision India in 2047 is going to determine the revolutions that will take place over the next twenty-five years.
One would like to see India free of poverty, unemployment, malnutrition, corruption, and other social ills, but this is not a realistic expectation. During the next twenty-five years, India should transform into a powerful nation on both the domestic and international fronts.
As a developing country, our first and most important goal should be to work on economic fronts and to make our economy stronger by implementing some major reforms.
Aside from the economic sphere, efforts must be made to achieve gender equality and to provide equal opportunities for all people, regardless of their background.
For our country, as well as for us as citizens of India, the next twenty-five years will be extremely important not only for our country but also for ourselves.
When it comes to the year 2047, we need to set a goal for where we want India to be when it celebrates 100 years of independence. Every individual will be required to work together for the development of the country in order for the spirit of unity to arise within us and for fragmented thinking to be eliminated. In fact, the ultimate goal of this ‘Amrit Kaal’ is to create an India that is fully modern in every way.
It is necessary to maintain the world’s infrastructure in order to continue on the path of development. As a result, it is now our collective responsibility to participate in the reconstruction of the India of our dreams.
Don’t put it off any longer. Every Indian, as the country commemorates 75 years of independence, is dreaming of a better India. An India that is fully developed, in which every youth has a job, and in which no one is dying of poverty or starvation
Like everyone else, I envision an India that is free of corruption in the year 2047. I see that there is no hatred in the name of caste or religion in the country in 2047, as I predicted. Each and every girl who walks the streets of India in the year 2047 will be completely safe. In today’s world, India is not reliant on any other country for anything.
India’s economy, in my opinion, is the most established and developed economy on the continent of Asia. I envision all of my country’s major cities becoming fully developed cities in the near future.
Women in India in 2047, in my opinion, are empowered, have equal rights with men, and are not subjected to any form of discrimination in the workplace. Medical facilities in India appear to be easily accessible to the general public, in my opinion.
Every child in India will receive an education by 2047, and it will undoubtedly be of value, according to my expectations. We should all start making efforts right away to achieve this goal. We must put aside our differences and work together to move forward. If we all work together, India will undoubtedly become self-sufficient, and by 2047, the title of Vishwaguru will undoubtedly be inscribed on the country’s coat of arms. This is my mission for India in 2047.