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Essay on “The India of My Dreams” Complete Essay for Class 10, Class 12 and Graduation and other classes.


The India of My Dreams

Essay No. 01


India is proud of its rich past. It was because of its riches that it was invaded innumerable times and that its wealth was plundered. The British ruled India for almost two centuries and exploited the country economically.

At the time of independence the economy of the country was shattered and there was social unrest all around. However it was time for India to write its own destiny. A lot of progress has been made on various fronts. There have been shortcomings in our planning as well as its implementation. However when we notice other countries who also achieved independence around the same time we feel we are much better placed.

Agriculture is the backbone of Indian economy. It provides employment to over 60 percent of the country workforce and it accounts for about a quarter of India’s gross domestic product. It also contributes substantially to export trade. However except for some pockets of development agriculture scene in rest of the country is dismal. The farming community is generally under debt. A large number of farmers in recent years have committed suicide because of mounting economic difficulties.

Industrial development plays a significant role in the growth process of the underdeveloped countries. It helps in raising income levels and in absorbing rural surplus labour. Prior to the nineteenth century, India was a great manufacturing country. However at the time of independence the industry was in bad shape. Industrial development started with the Second five year Plan. It has passed through different phases.

Investment from domestic and foreign market is needed for the growth of industry. With the economic liberalization from July 1991 onwards foreign direct investment has been encouraged and its has been allowed in many sectors.

India has made its mark in the service sector. It has emerged as an important Business Process Outsourcing destination. India fortunately has a large well qualified English speaking population which is needed in this kind of enterprise.

India’s population as per 1951 Census was 36 crore. In sixty years as per census 2011 the country’s population has risen to 1.21 billion. Such rapid growth of population places a huge burden on our limited resources and limited land area.

  India’s literacy rate as per 1951 census was less than 20 percent. In sixty years as per Census 2011 the literacy rate has gone up to 74 percent. However even today a substantial portion of the population in our country is still illiterate. It is truly a sad reflection of the state of literacy in our country.

India has made rapid strides in many sphere. The economic condition of the people is better today than it was at the time of independence. We have made tremendous progress in science and technology. Our infrastructure is far better. A large number of universities, colleges and school have been set up. Industrialization has taken place. Better healthcare is now available especially in urban areas. Average lifespan has increased. Infant mortality rate has come down. Better employment opportunities are available to the youth of the country. Means of transportation and communication have undergone a sea change. Print and Electronic media have played a key role in creating awareness and bringing people closer.

India is the third largest English book producing country after the USA and the UK. Indo English literature is now well developed and internationally recognized. It is able to bag many international awards like Booker prize , Pulitzer prize etc. Arundhati Roy , Jhumpa Lahiri , Anita desai , Arvind Adiga , Amitav Ghosh , Chetan Bhagat , Dr. Siddhartha Mukherjee etc. are some of the important names in this field.

Despite all this progress which is commendable a lot needs to be done to improve the living conditions of agricultural and industrial labour and the people working in unorganized sectors. Steps should be taken to stop crime and violence. The misguided youth of some troubled states need to be brought in to the mainstream. Communalism, regionalism and fundamentalism need to be curbed with a long hand.

In ancient India ladies were held in high esteem. But today they are not treated well. Dowry related deaths, rape and female foeticide are very common in our society.

The condition of women needs drastic improvement. Women empowerment is the demand of a civilized society. Equal opportunities need to be given to the girl child for education and career development.

In the India of my dreams women will be held in high esteem and enjoy equal status with men in every walk of life. They will no more be pupils in the hands of men. They will enjoy equal status with men in every walk of life. Illiteracy and poverty will be rooted out. Self sufficiency will be achieved in all spheres. Dependence on other countries will be a thing of the past.

People shall have equal opportunities economically socially politically and culturally. India of my dreams would be a true democratic country without any discrimination exploitation, corruption ,nepotism ,casteism , communalism and terrorism. The India of my dreams is a country of which all Indians will be truly proud of.

Essay No. 2

India Of My Dream

India was great in ancient time. Students from China, Portugal, Japan, Greece used to come to study here. Cities of Nalanda and Taxila were Famous as educational centers. Everyone wants to see his country at climax of glory. I am not an exception. I have sweet and beautiful dreams of my country. I am a resident of India. She is my beloved motherland. 

I wish that my country may rise to a great nation. She should help her neighbours and may give them the message of peace. I wish that my country should become militarily strong and be fully prepared in this nuclear age for defense. I wish that no foreign country may dare attack again, like the  plundering raids of the old times. Hence, I wish  she should become first rate world power in terms of military strength.

I wish that my country should become a messenger of peace in the world. India’s great culture and civilization had once spread in the far corners of the world. I wish that she should send her cultural envoys once again to spread the ancient Indian culture. I wish that India should lead the world in the field of spiritualism. I wish that our saint and seers must once again start towards those distant lands to spread our great and glorious   culture.

I wish that there would be no illiterate person in India of my dream. I wish that India should introduce such system of education as should enable every citizen  to earn his or her living. I wish that my government  should educate each citizen. Adult education, female education and   education of children should be made compulsory. I wish that India should become a highly industrialized nation. She should start cottage  industries in villages and heavy industries in cities. India will make a great progress in the field of science and technology. Education will  be free for all. There will be no illiteracy. Every person will enjoy free medical treatment.       

I wish that our country should make great progress in science. India should make use of atomic energy for peaceful purposes. India should send rockets to the space and should advance in the field of science and make her own military requirements. We should establish big factories to produce all sorts  of machines. India will have a strong army to safeguard her frontiers. She will neither commit any aggression nor tolerate any aggression.

I wish that in India there should be no poor person. As Gandhiji said, “ We have to wipe away every tear from every eye.” Freedom becomes meaningful only if we help the poor folk to rise in prosperity.

I would like to see India a great nation in the world. These are my dreams about he would be India. There would be no corruption, adulteration, ill sue of drugs and social evils. Everyone would like India his motherland and would be ready to sacrifice everything motherland.  

Essay No. 03

India of My Dreams

India of my dreams is a county without poverty. I want India of Liberty, Equality and Fraternity. What is a country without freedom? what is a nation without equality?

India to – day is far from my dreams. The gulf between the rich and the poor is increasing day by day. The rich are becoming richer and the poor are becoming poorer. This is very aft from my dreams. I want a country in which nobody is poor. All people should have some type of equality in the distribution of the fruits of our land and labour.

In India to – day some people have all the fruits and so many have only thorns in their lot of life. they are driven from pillar to post. Millions do not get a square meal a day. Millions do not have proper clothes to wear.  Millions do not have proper roof on their heads.

We must all work some type of equality in the country. we need some type of socialism in which the poor do not starve naked on the roads can  be assured to their minimum wants and needs. Without socialism India can never be said to  be a free country.

Economic inequality is the root cause of all injustices. In India of my dreams the gulf between the haves and the have-nots must be bridged. Everyone should have enough to satisfy his needs but none should have more to meet his greed’s.

In the India of my dreams people should:      

“Think less of money;

Use less machinery;

Depend less upon Government;

Produce fewer Children;

Follow Religion More.”


Essay No. 04


India of My Dreams


I am very proud of my country, India that is Bharata. It is named Bharata after the name of a King of Solar dynasty called Bharata. He was a very famous monarch. King Dushanta and queen Shakuntala were his parents.The ancient history of India is very rich, glorious and far-famed. It was here that the oldest documents of religion, philosophy, literature and humanity, the Vedas and the Upanishads were created. When other countries like Egypt, Mesopotamia and China were in the process of cultural and artistic evolution, here was a civilization which had already reached the great cultural and artistic heights.

India has been a great and wonderful land, but during the middle ages, it fell on the thorns and bled under foreign invasions and domination. Now, India is a free, sovereign  democratic republic, and yet it has not been able to touch eve the grunge of the ancient glory and splendor. The Mughals, the Britishers, etc., exploited this ancient land for a very long time. Recently it has awakened from the slumber of inactivity, gloom and ignoble past. India has been free for over four decades but still thing are not encouraging, ideal and what they ought to be. There are many serious and formidable  problems like that of unemployment, poverty, overpopulation, wide-spread corruption, communal tensions and riots, illiteracy, exploitation of weaker sections of the society, etc. The glaring inequalities, the appalling poverty, the increasing communal riots make my heart bleed. This is not India of my dreams and desires.

India of my dreams will be a very strong, united and powerful nation. Financially it would not depend on any foreign aid and assistance, rather it would help other developing countries with finance, technical know-how and gains of research of deep and abiding nature. Militarily India would be self-sufficient, strong and powerful, a great world power to be reckoned with. Then no neighbouring country would dare to interfere in our internal problems by inciting feelings of separatism and extremism. But India would remain a peace-loving country. Her relations with her neighbours would be very cordial, friendly and cooperative. Her very strength would help in maintaining the balance of power and peace ill the continent. India of my dream would not hesitate to develop her own atomic weapons for has not Churchill rightly said, “If you want peace be prepared for war”. We are already a member of the world nuclear club and we have all the expertise and know of nuclear energy both for peace and defense. We shall have our own delivery systems as well indigenously developed and manufactured.

I want to make India a fully developed nation. Then there would be no poverty and unemployment. These create desperation frustration and indiscipline among the people, especially the youth. Every capable person would be provided with a suitable job. There would be enough and to spare job opportunities. India’s manpower is great, it is second only to China. This valuable power would be fully utilized by expansion of trade, commerce, industries, and all other avenues of employment and wealth generation. There would be no power shortage of any kind.

The mills and factories would work day and night, for 24 hours, at full capacity. Export would be given maximum incentives to earn the valuable foreign exchange. The concept of equality of opportunity and equality before the law would be implemented both in letter and spirit. There would be absolutely no discrimination on the basis of community or creed. There would be no reservations of any kind, no concept of minority and majority. When there would be ample employment opportunities the reservation of jobs for any category would become obsolete. At the root of all communal flare-ups lies the economic causes. Remove poverty, remove illiteracy and ignorance, give people jobs, houses to live in and equal opportunities in true sense, and then see all these communal tensions and turmoil’s abolished. There would be uniform civil code for all. The marriage registration/would be a compulsory thing. Nation would be above everything. Pseudo patriots, traitors and people with extra loyalties, that is, to other nations, would be strictly dealt with. In India of my dreams there would be no corruption, and no bribe, no nepotism or favouritism. Everybody will have his or her desires fulfilled according to the merits. Merit, quality, honesty and capability will not be compromised at all. The people of weaker sections like women, and the exploited would be given better jobs and education opportunities by offering them liberal scholarships, stipends, loans, etc., to come to the level of forward sections of the society, but as far merit is concerned they will have to compete with the rest others. There would be no crouches of any kind. People would be fully self-reliant, hard working, honest and full of self-respect. There would be time-bound and result-oriented programmes. There would be no unnecessary delay in getting justice. Red-tapism and nepotism would be done away with. Employees in factories, mills, administration and other services will automatically get their dues and so there would be no agitations, strikes, lockouts and dharnas. The labour would have full and free participation in the management of firms and factories. They would not be simply servants but also owners of the mills. Self-employment would be encouraged and education made fully job-oriented.

I want to implement thousands of my ideas to see India of my dreams come true, but for want of space and time, it is not possible to enumerate them all here. India of my dreams, above all, will be a true democratic country. There would be

no restriction on the press and expression of ideas if expressed with responsibility and sensibility. There would be a proper balance between rights and duties, privileges and obligations because one cannot exist without the other. It would, be a Bharata of Gandhiji’s dream of Ram Rajya and that of Rabindranath Tagore’s vision:

Where the mind is without fear and the head is held high, Where knowledge is free, Where the world has not been broken up Into fragments by narrow domestic walls


Essay No. 05


The India of My Dreams


The India of my dreams will be united, secular, capable of preserving its independence and running its economy in a way that its masses are well fed, well-sheltered and well-educated. Although I realize how ugly and sordid the present conditions of life are in my country, I have a deep love and abiding passion for my motherland. Widespread dissatisfaction and frustration are still the order of the day in spite of the best efforts of the Government to develop this country socially, politically and economically. I have full faith in efforts being made, although some vested interests are trying to paint too black an image of the present conditions. In the India of my dreams, justice—social, economic and Political—will prevail and there will be peace and contentment in the vast subcontinent.

The India of my dreams will be, in the first place, a highly developed and successful democracy. There will have to be an all-around improvement in the functioning of democracy here. The electorate has to be further enlightened in regard to its duties and responsibilities. It is also imperative for the various political parties to shed their selfish ambitions and adopt the noble ideal of service to the nation to the exclusion of everything else. In the India of my dreams, there would be no grim specters of communalism, castism, regionalism or linguism. These unfortunate happenings have marred and undermined all our developmental efforts. As such, these forces of division and disruption have to be firmly countered, nullified and crushed speedily and permanently. The India of my dreams will be one nation, proud of its oneness and solidarity. My countrymen must be perpetually prepared to ward of any impending threat to its independence, integrity and sovereignty. To achieve this, the country must go all out to manufacture and stockpile nuclear weapons as war in the modern age has entered space.

In the India of my dreams,’ the people will get education of a standard, comparable to the best in the world. The present system of education will be reorganised and reoriented, if not scrapped altogether. It is necessary to have a nation of proud and confident citizens, who know their duties and responsibilities, and not of meek and unambitious clerks.

In the India of my dreams, poverty will be greatly minimised, if not completely removed. Every citizen of the country irrespective of his caste, colour, sex or religion, will be entitled to basic facilities of life like free universal education, employment, housing, health and Medicare. The State will take upon itself, as its duty, to look after every citizen from the cradle to the grave and in turn, expect us all to put our best foot forward for the betterment and progress of the nation. No quarter will be given to strikers or anti-social elements in any sphere of life. Workers will get their rightful due in the India of my dreams. They will no longer be dependent upon the mercy and short shrift of callous employers or politicised unions. They will be equal partners in the progress of industry. Hence, there will be no place for strikes, lock-outs and gheraos in our national life. Farms and factories will work to their fullest capacity in an atmosphere of peace, goodwill and cooperation. Students out of their schools and colleges will have ready employment of their choice. The academic institutions will be free of external, disturbing influences, so that the teachers as well as the taught can fully concentrate on learning and research.

The India of my dreams will be a highly industrialised country. Big industries and large projects will be established in all parts of the country. Its factories will produce goods for world markets also. All villages will be linked together by metalled roads or by rail. Dams and irrigation projects will convert even sandy deserts into fertile grounds for increased cultivation. The peasants will make the best use of this land.

Socially, too, caste distinctions will disappear. Social evils like the dowry system and the caste system, which impede the progress of our country, will disappear. Equality, with men, will be meted out to women in every sphere of life they will no longer be treated as property of the men folk. They will work side by side with them and enjoy economic independence.

The financial climate will be conducive to progress. In the India of my dreams, there will be stability in business and industry on account of liberalised economic policy. With the successful completion of more five-year plans, India will become fully self-reliant in all fields, viz., industry, agriculture, science and technology.

Hopefully on the war front, things will ease out. Space technology and nuclear science will be used for the benefit of mankind instead of devising new means of warfare meant to eliminate traces of mankind from the face of this Earth. India has always taken the lead in global peace efforts. India will thus take a lead in ushering in peace and prosperity in the world. Our relations with our neighbours will be cordial and amiable, thus leading to greater cooperation and strengthening of bilateral relations. The ancient Indian ideal of the entire world as one family will be realised. All this is not a Utopian ideal. Things can improve and we can look forward to life in the twenty-first century if we arm ourselves with the necessary will and determination to achieve our aspirations and goals in the remaining years of the present century.


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    I loved it . Awesome

  9. Rakhi Dasgupta. says:

    Its good for childrens who read this.I also want my India as my dream.

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