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Good Country in the World – Our India

February 28th, 2010 · 4 Comments


Why do I write that “Our India as Good Country in the World”? You must be wondering, aren’t you? The following declaration by a village makes me feel to write the above:

1. Sale of tobacco or any other intoxicating products is banned.
2. Brewing or Selling alcohol of any kind is banned.
3. Lamb husbandry is prohibited.
4. No Political Party flags are allowed to be hoisted any where in the village. However, National Flag is allowed.
5. No memorial statues are permitted to be erected.
6. Individual donors name is not written anywhere except in paper records.

This is not just my day dreaming about my country. It is existing in a village “Kasangadu“.This village is under Kasangadu Panchayat, Madukkur Union, Pattukkottai Taluk, Thanjavur District, Tamil Nadu State, India. In 2008, I had written a post about this village. I wrote that post with the hope that it would influence the neighboring villages and towns to change for better. I talk to my friends and students about this village.

I am confident that very soon, our India would become a good country in the world.

Jai Hind

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4 responses so far ↓

  • 1 பாருக்குள்ளே நல்ல நாடு, நம் பாரத நாடு! // Feb 20, 2010 at 9:29 PM

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  • 2 rajendra menon // Mar 15, 2010 at 12:15 PM

    I wanted to put this in my blog, this time. Jerry Rao has released a book and it contains his views and comments right from Gandhi, corruption to plastics. I will be writing on this book. and I want to use this village along with a few others to highlight some small but great steps to make progress

  • 3 झुक गयी गुजरात! // Mar 18, 2010 at 8:10 AM

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  • 4 T K Mahendra Babu // Mar 19, 2010 at 10:41 PM

    Hi Prof. Sakthi

    It is a wonderful village. I will say it is a model village.
    Tank you for informing us.

    I understand that in Gujarat electric power supply is available in all villages with no break. Also there is prohibition in the state. With so much loss of revenue, if a state can do it, I am sure others should be able to do as well. Perhaps political will is needed.

    T KM Babu
    Kasangadu Panchayat

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