Palampur is a famous name. Precisely, it is situated near Ahmedabad in Gujarat. Trees naturally surround the green village of Palampur. It is the leafy suburb of Gujarat. Approximately, only a thousand people get their refuge from this region. I am privileged to form an extended member of this great family living in Palampur village. Two rivers surround the village making it look an island. It is the home of wild birds which seek refuge on trees surrounding the village. Despite having mixed religion, the presence of prominent temples and a mosque implies the two primary religion in the village. Being an Island village, there is a well-established market center where the residents buy and sell goods. The modern schools and advanced health care center in Palampur village makes it the most developed village in Gujarat. There are few people performing farming and animal husbandry for survival. However, the majority are professionals with distinct qualifications in various careers. Both Christians and Muslims celebrate all festivals together. The residence, live a simple life with brotherhood. The little resources are equitably distributed without tribalism based on religious affiliations. Peaceful coexistence is the necessary foundation and the cornerstone of survival in the village. Everyone is a brother and a sister.
Means of transport in my village
The famous river Gujarat traverse the entire village from east to west. The river provides every household with small canals. Road transport is limited to summer session when the region is dry. Village-boats have often used transportation services. Despite the existence of many good roads, however, they remain underwater since the village experience frequent rainfall. Goods and animals are also ferried in engine boats.
Approximately, my village has a population of one thousand people. Children and youths form the greater part of this population. Palampur village being a good business hub and an Island, people from different communities live in the region. There is a limited ancestral relationship, but love and peace are the primary uniting factor in the village. Though the majority of the population are Christians, the Muslims community is equitably distributed around the village. Initially, the eastern part of the village was preoccupied with the Muslims brothers while Christians exclusively cover the lower eastern and entire western region. Crop cultivation is the typical livelihood activities for the semi-skilled people. However, the majority of Muslims earn their daily bread through service delivery. The village is enlightened with formal education. The majority of the adult drive high-end cars and hold high office position. Nearly every one-kilometer walk, there is either a professor, lawyer or senior merchants. Such professionals live in good apartments with proper lightening connection thus making the village to have an outlook of a small town in the bush.
Schools and library
Households compete based on educational achievement. There are many good schools and library in the village. Acquiring basic education is simple and easy for every household. The schools are built equitably across the entire village. There are primary schools for boys and girls. The public libraries are also distributed equitably in the region. The libraries are stocked with reading materials and computers for conducting research. Moreover, training institution is also built to enable the society acquires skills in different careers.
The climatic condition of my village
The tropical climate in my village provides a historical feel. Pure and fresh blowing air, especially in the afternoon, add life to the residents. The calm feeling with melodious sound of birds at dawn always reminds the inhabitants of a new day. The floods on the main roads sweep away all the accumulated impurities in the region. The evergreen appearance of the village draws birds and other animals to seek refuge in the village. In conclusion, my Palampur village is indeed a good village.
The name of my village is Sarahara. It is a big and ancient village. It is situated in the district of Sant Kabir Nagar Utter Pradesh. It is 14 Km from city Khalilabad and 49 Km from Gorakhpur. The village receives abundant water for irrigation from canal of Rapti river. This village also have nearness to river of Mukhalishpur.
Our village is very much practical in sense of social and human relationship for which village is known to us for loving it. Our village is self-controlled and self reliant in many cases. There are sufficient green field all around it for growing more than sufficient granary for whole population of our village. Actually our village granary production have exporting talent that means it produce excess to sell it for others. Our village also has big five numbers of garden at its three sides which have varieties of trees. It gives us all seasonal fruits to us. It makes us feel very pleasant in summer by providing cool shed. The farmers have great protection in summer season. There are three schools and one Madarsa. Out of them two schools are of Hindi medium one is of English medium and Madarsa have Urdu and Hindi both medium up to 8Th standard. The village people are not very poor. The village has various income through its people. Many of this village people are engineer and doctor. The village also has many teachers and lawyers . So the income is from agriculture as well as from service men and businessmen also. The only problem is that there is less labour force. It is because of involvement of many people in NREGA plan provided by government of India. It is the 100 days guarantee employment program in a year to BPL people. The great thing is that this program has high transparency in our village. And our village poor people are very happy.
There is very much peace and brotherhood among all the communities of our village. I am saying this because there are Hindu and Muslim in equal ratio. But for many years the village has great inter-relationship of people. The people remains always united for the benefit and growth of the village. I am very proud of my village.
I have not used "my village" words because it is not ideal in sense. That is why I used "our village"