10 Lines on India of My Dreams: Given the present condition of the world during the coronavirus pandemic, it becomes a little bit difficult to imagine the India of My dreams come true in the next few years. However, as a patriot and a nationalist who is well-read and well-informed, I do believe that India of My dreams will come true one fine day if not very soon.
In this article on 10 lines on India of My Dreams, I shall be talking about the different level of dreams that every person has for his or her country. We have divided the article into three sets of 10 lines on India of My dreams and each set is for a particular group of students.
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Set 1 – 10 Lines on India of My Dreams for Kids
Set 1 is helpful for students of Classes 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5.
- The India of My dreams is the one where equality is seen on the ground and not just on the paper
- The real India of My dreams will be achieved when every Indian is ready to sacrifice for the greater good of our country
- Corruption, communalism, polarization and lack of education are some of the problems that India faces even in the 21st century
- According to the dream of former President of India, APJ Abdul Kalam, India should have become a superpower in the world by the year 2020
- While India might not be the superpower in the year 2020, it surely has the potential to become one in the next 10 years
- While China and the USA have been leading contenders for the superpower in the world, India does not lag behind
- India is one of the most populous countries in the world with a population of more than 135 crores and the potential of the workforce should be used for the development of the country
- I also dream that India becomes a country with free education and free health care for all
- One of my biggest dreams for India is that it wins more gold medals in the Olympics than China or the USA
- Achievement in sports, arts entertainment, social and political maturity is a long way for a country like India and will be achieved hopefully in the next decade.
Set 2 – 10 Lines on India of My Dreams for School Students
Set 2 is helpful for students of Classes 6, 7 and 8.
- The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the political, social and economic dynamics of the world
- In the year 2019 Prime Minister Narendra Damodar das Modi announced that India would become 5 trillion dollar economy by the year 2025
- Because of the economic slowdown caused due to the COVID-19 pandemic, achieving a 5 trillion dollar economy in the next 5 years will be a herculean task
- Economic development is not the only dream I have for my country but a social and just society is what is needed for India
- I want India to be a country where there is no discrimination among people on the basis of caste, creed, colour, religion or gender
- Economic development is needed for a society to move forward and we should not forget the importance of social political and cultural maturity for India in the coming years
- Every politician in India during the election time promises his people to make India into the next Singapore or New York but fails to do so
- Corruption, communalism and propaganda are some of the impending threats that India is facing in the last few years
- One of the biggest dreams for every Indian is to defeat Pakistan in a cricket match
- Every footballer’s dream would be to see and Indian team participate in the FIFA World Cup. Giving importance to sports, entertainment and arts industry is important for the overall development of the country. The real India of My dreams lies in the development of our rural areas.
Set 3 – 10 Lines on India of My Dreams for Higher School Students
Set 3 is helpful for students of Classes 9, 10, 11, 12 and Competitive Exams.
- India is a country with 135 crore population divided along the lines of 9 religions and achieving real unity in such a scenario itself is one of the biggest dreams for every Indian.
- Unity in diversity is the real India of My dreams that the freedom fighters who fought the British dreamt of
- The father of Indian constitution Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar dreamt of a country which has real quality and no discrimination among its sections of society
- Besties the Dalits, the OBC, SC or ST many sections of our society are discriminated based on their financial income or because of their caste which is not a part of the India of my dreams
- Caste-based discrimination and patriarchal behaviour is ingrained in Indian society and removing that is a herculean task
- I dream of India where universities the country are on the lines of Harvard, Stanford or Oxford
- Elimination of child labour, equal pay for women, education for all and free healthcare for everyone is some of the things that India should concentrate on in the next decade
- To develop a just and happy society, we need to change the way our economic cycle is run
- Sustainable business models which do not harm the environment should be built and India should be the beacon of environmental rights in the world
- I want India to be a superpower but not just in terms of defence capabilities and nuclear capabilities but has to set an example for the rest of the country in how a society ought to be run. I dream of India to be a Ram Rajya, a mythical society in the great Indian Epic Ramayan, where justice, equality, fraternity and brotherhood is ingrained into the people.
FAQ’s on 10 Lines on India of My Dreams
What are the problems that India is facing in the 21st century?
Corruption, communalism, lack of education are some of the few problems that India is facing in the 21st century
Will India ever become a superpower in the world?
With the right political intentions and changes in the bureaucratic system of the country, India can definitely become the next superpower in the world
What is your India of My Dreams?
The India of My dreams is a country where everyone can live with dignity without being discriminated based on caste, creed, religion, race or gender
When will India become a superpower?
India aims to become 5 trillion dollar economy by the year 2025 but the COVID-19 pandemic has put a brake on its dreams. But it is expected that in the next decade or two India is going to achieve the superpower status in Asia and around the world