“Constitution is not a mere lawyers document, it is a vehicle of life and its spirit is always the spirit of age.”
On 15th August 1947 at midnight, colonialism in India came to an end. The flag of India rose high above the sky which brought a great attitude on each Indian’s face. On that auspicious midnight, the sacrifices and struggles of Indian’s came to an end. It was only on January 26th, 1950, India completed its transition of becoming an independent republic. The whole of India was in joy at that moment. The Independence started with “Tryst with destiny” by Jawaharlal Nehru, The first Prime Minister of India. Our nation is unique in all aspects, our constitution itself is an example of that peculiarity. The Constitution of India is the longest written constitution of any country in the world, with 146,385 words in its English-language version. We are celebrating 73rd Republic Day. On this auspicious day, we remember all our brave leaders, freedom fighters and the ‘Father of our Constitution’- Dr. B.R Ambedkar
For every child, their mother is a treasure for them. Likewise, my motherland is very special for me. “If God had so wished he would have made all Indians speak with one language… the unity of India has been and shall always be a unity in diversity. ”These are the beautiful words of Tagore regarding the Unity and Diversity of India. The Traditions, Customs, Languages, Geographic locations, etc. of my nation makes her unique from other countries. The beauty of my motherland cannot be expressed in words. Nowhere in the world can see such a country with diversity. Indian’s were heart-wrenching after their country was divided into two as Pakistan and India. No country in the world believed India would be a secular state until it was shown to them and this secularism should continue in India Forever. The freedom we enjoy is what our freedom fighters have achieved through so many struggles. The goal of every Indian should be to lead our country to progress without abusing that freedom. Every Indian citizen is indebted to our nation. We have to use our brains and strength for the development of our country.
By the time of 2047, it will be 100 years since India gained independence. We all know, at the time of independence our currency exchange rate was 1 dollar to 3 rupees. Now the value of 1 dollar is 75 rupees which means our economy is collapsing. My first vision for India in 2047 is to see my motherland economically strong and developed country. I wish our exchange rate should come back to the status 1 dollar equals 3 rupees. I wish India to be the largest producer of all necessary products by 2047. By 2047, we should export our materials to each and every country. And in each country at each house, there should be an Indian product which means India Should be the largest exporting country in the world.
We all know, all our Indian master brains are working for other nations. Many CEOs of international companies are Indian’s. Now actually the brain drain is going in India. If we use all our brains for our country’s development then India will be one of the fastest-growing countries in the world which creates employment opportunities to all the people. Thus it eradicates the problems of poverty in our country. Due to the diversity of the land and the climates, India is blessed with different kinds of natural resources. If we utilize our natural resources properly we can avoid the different kinds of pollution. I wish our country could be a carbon-neutral country by 2047.
As Abdul Kalam said ,“Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world. ”If we give education to all citizens in our country irrespective of their caste and gender it will be a major turning point for India. There are over 200 million illiterate women in India. It will create a negative impact on society as well as the country’s development. It is time to educate all the citizens of India without any discrimination. It will reduce the abuses against society, especially against women. The current literacy rate of India is 77.7%. By 2047, I wish India’s literacy rate will touch 95%.
India should be the major producer of agricultural products by 2047. We have to find out the solutions for the recycling of agriculture and non-agriculture waste. We all know about the air pollution that the people of Delhi are experiencing today. The main reason for this is the burning of agricultural waste. A lot of startup companies are developing in our country. If the government provides proper support to the startup companies who are working for finding out the alternative solution for minimizing the pollution like making organic products from the waste, It helps to reduce the pollution and it keeps our country clean. Knowledgeable and healthy citizens are the wealth of a nation. If people are healthy then it automatically leads to the development of the country. For that our health system should be updated, our government hospitals must be modernized and should provide good facilities to the citizen at an affordable price.
By 2047, I wish our defense and space research reaches the top position. We all know that India is the birthplace of many scientists and astronomers. The achievements as discovered by the modern scientific world were invented by Indian scientists centuries ago like Aryabhata, Charaka, Chanakya, etc. They made so many inventions when there were no facilities. In this modern age, we can still make a lot of inventions in the scientific and defense region. We have many talented human resources. India must utilize their talents. If our economy gets powerful it will attract all the people to work inside India.
I am sure that the new generation including me can work for the unity and development of our country. I wish for a self-reliant India where there is no discrimination based on religion, caste, custom and so on. We are the children of one mother that is mother India. We can work together for the progress of our country.
“India is the cradle of human race, the birthplace of human speech, the mother of history, the grandmother of legend and the great grand mother of tradition. Our most valuable and the most constructive material in the history of men are treasured up in India only”