Yesterday night , when i was coming back to my home, i saw a group of poor children sleeping on footpath. I felt terribly bad for them. Then after a few metres, i saw an old lady sleeping under the roof of bus-stand. I have seen many people like this before and their condition makes me realize that i should not cry about the things i don’t have as i have so many things like family, shelter, food , water and all the basic necessities which these poor people lack. I wonder what happens to them in winters, does they get a blanket to cover their body?? In our country, India , rich are getting richer and poor are getting poorer. Our government rarely take some steps to remove the poverty from the country. Today i have come up with a idea that can remove poverty slowly but effectively. 30% of Indian
population is below Poverty Line which means 70% have their basic necessities. And out of these 70% , 25% are so rich and other are middle class workers. And not someone can help everyone, but everyone can help someone. So the idea is that we can save a few amount of money and can help poor people in some way or another.  If we save 10 rupees (Indian currency) every week, we can save up to 520 rupees every year, and can give them to poor and needy children. We can also help these children by giving them fees so that they can get education, which will surely eliminate poverty from our country. Also, there are so many things we don’t want to use like our old clothes, our old books , blankets and so many things. We can give them to these poor people and children. These are too small steps but are very effective. I have donated few things before, but now i am going to do more. Because i want to change the current situation of my country in some way or another.

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5 thoughts on “Poverty Of India

  1. Hi,
    I wanted to comment on your other post, but I couldn’t find a comment box.
    I’m Janice. I met you at Jason’s Meet and Greet.
    In response to what you wrote, congratulations on learning English. I hear it’s hard to learn. I also like coffee and Romeo and Juliet. My daughter liked How I Met Your Mother. I used to teach about India to my 6th-grade history students.
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    Janice

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    2. Firstly, Thank you for checking out my blog. It would be great if you give your feedback too.
      I visited your blog and the content you provided is really helpful for beginner bloggers. I appreciate the step you took to blog about blogging techniques and giving suggestions to improve one’s blog.
      Great work you are doing!

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  2. So heartrending! but you are right we must care about poor people and help them in every possible way. Few weeks back I written a post “happy box- Save Spend Share” that is same like you have mentioned to save money..

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