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Is a land of villages. There are no fewer than six lakh villages in . About 80 per cent people of live in villages. So, it is rightly said that real lives in villages. A typical n village lacks several facilities, particularly in backward states. But in comparatively developed or advanced states.
In many villages, most of the people are still illiterate. Source : m, they have no knowledge of modern systems of family planning, giving attention to quality of life, etc. They are still steeped in tradition and superstition. Many of the villages are still not connected to some principal town with good pucca roads. Hence, they cannot market their produce and earn money. In many villages, medical aid is scarce and people die of diseases. For lack of knowledge, many villages fall an easy prey to several diseases. Many of the villagers are unemployed or only semi-employed. Many villages have no proper telecommunication system. Thus, much needs to be done in villages as yet.
Life in the village is very hard. Before the day dawns, men arc in the fields with their bullocks. They work in the scorching sun of the summer and the biting cold of the winter. The women prepare the meals in the morning and join their men-folk in the fields. The 'hukka' is a constant.