Yet despite accumulating wealth, peace still eludes the urban habitants. There are frequent clashes related to ownership of land and caste.
Yet despite accumulating wealth, peace still eludes the urban habitants. There are frequent clashes related to ownership of land and caste.Many villages do not even have basic facilities of education, employment, healthcare, transport and electricity.
Sadly, they do not have time to even meet their neighbours, friends and relatives. They work very hard in agricultural fields where they grow grains and vegetables.
Thus, there are advantages as well as drawbacks to live in both rural and urban areas. They conserve water in ponds and canals to irrigate crops.
Ultimately, there is need for restoring true balance and purpose in your life, whether you are living in a village or a city.
Rural life is quite peaceful as people here do not lead a hectic lifestyle.
They are always busy in executing various tasks related to their personal and professional life so much so that they sometimes they do not even know their next-door neighbour.
The pressure to constantly perform takes a heavy toll on their health and they become prone to various ailments or lifestyle diseases even at a young age.On the other hand, people in cities are always racing against time.There is always great pressure to perform leading to stress and other health problems related to the hectic lifestyle of urban life.But life in cities has its own negative side – it’s full of pressure, stress and anxiety.People here have several material comforts and amenities but no mental peace.Villages only provide seasonal employment and mostly people there are not gainfully employed.All these factors lead to large-scale migration of people from rural to urban areas in search of good education, employment and comforts of life.Even decades after independence, India is replete with inequality so much so that it is often said there are the two countries, one that is Bharat and the other, India.It speaks of the two different realities that prevail in rural and urban parts of the country.Each day brings to them new problems and complications for which they struggle to adjust to survive the rat-race of life.Definitely, there is a great difference in the lifestyle of people living in villages and cities.