What are the factors of an ideal Village? In which circumstances a village shall be treated as ideal village? What are the Govt. provisions for a ideal village?
15 months ago
Ideal village ,it is a big responsibility itself for all villagers. Definitely it is true our government is doing lots of things for them. But government failed in monitoring these facts,
Don't wait for someone's help ,just wake up and work hard and write your own future.
Now a days also it is require to be ideal village and among with that smart village too.
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15 months ago
The definition of ideal depends on the context. In my view, there is nothing ideal in a social structure. We can say Developed Village or Underdeveloped Village.
In a developed village one should have -
3. Social Security
4. Lifeline systems ( Electricity, Hydor, Internet, Telecom).
But that goes to every developed town, city and country.
Very interesting, in these day attention of all are to move towards cities or urbanisation but it is necessary to continue village life by making it ideal village. When all facilities like urban area shall be available in village it will be called ideal village. Now Government as well as individual and different organisations have taken initiative on making villages planning to upgrade Village to ideal village.
15 months ago
The English lawyer, philosopher and humanist Sir Thomas More published in 1516 his famous book “De optimo rei publicae statu deque nova insula Utopia”. As usual in these times for a scientific relevant novel, he not wrote in his English mother tongue, but Latin. A fictive narrator described his visit to the island of Utopia. Here the inhabitants established an ideal society, which was based on democracy, separation of powers, seek of knowledge and humanity. A society not free of wars, but the inner conflicts had been fought by foreign mercenaries. Even if More himself was lawyer, he understood the requirement for these services as a sign of a non-ideal society. As consequence the Utopians had no need for them.
Thomas More located the island in the presence, but with the time, “utopia” became a synonym for a positive fiction of the future. This in opposite to “dystopia”, which describes a negative vision. Over the centuries, Sir Thomas More stayed relevant and especially former colonies wanted to combine their independence with a positive vision of the future, not only for their-selves, but the whole world. A visible utopian sign had been to create a whole new city to make it the capital of the still young state. Such a lighthouse would be understood by all people and may spark them to change their local societies or even arrive as welcomed immigrant.
 More, Thomas (1516): “De optimo rei publicae statu deque nova insula Utopia”