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Due to the rapid urbanization, the ancient principles and traditions of health-protection are going down in India. In the joint family, these traditions were taught to children by elders. Now the order of exchanging traditions has broken due to the end of joint family tradition. Apart from this, due to the increased pressure due to modernization, the use of pesticides on crops, due to the increased air pollution from the industries and vehicles generated from the smoke, health problems have increased in recent years. Until independence, the villager was happy in his place at all times. According to tradition, all his work used to be done, he was aware of biodiversity, which he used in daily life. During the crisis in the village, everybody lived with each other.
There was a habit of living in a limited requirement. There was simplicity in living. In the year, many festivals are celebrated with euphoria, on what festival it happens, what happens, what to do, what to eat. The experience of all the elderly becomes according to the old belief tradition. If you do not understand something then Panditji would be asked for the Purnima or new moon, public and good work, community work is considered as the day of work of the village. Vanoshas-festival was a tradition to celebrate. After the death of someone in the village, the whole village was involved in cremation.
The girl of the village was considered as the daughter of the village, the groom was the daughter-in-law of the whole village. All the women used to gather in that house when the child was born. The festivals were celebrated in collective form. Many things did not have to be paid in the village. There were many things like Karonda, Mango, Lemon, Jam, Kausa, Ber, Amchoor, Chana, Bhata, which were usually given without money. Apart from this, buttermilk, Mehari and other types of vegetables were found in the village only in the money. Vegetables of many such vegetables were made from different combinations such as Bathua, Khatti-Sweet Chawlai, Chana Bhaji, Kulafa, Poyi Bhaji, Noonia, Rajgira, Lal Bhaji. The taste of the vegetables lived on people’s tounge after coming to the city.
Most of the work used to be without money. The teachers did not take money to teach. The elderly of the village and their experience was respected. Diseases were treated using home remedies. There was a midwifery experience as a child. On the arrival of sprain, navel rashes, air ballast, the nerves were usually cured by massage.
Natural remedies were in all houses. Basil was in every house. The houses were cleaned using raw dung. In the evening it seemed like a lamp. Lanternsare burning, Happy classical songs were sung. Women used to discuss after a day’s work. The smile of small children was fixed by the masses on landing.
In ancient times the division of work was not so deep or so much different and not as finer as it is today. Vaidyas knew even to make medicines and knew how to treat them. But today every work has become a bigger division. Excessive division of work decreases creativity in work and mechanism increases, resulting in a problem of boredom by eliminating greasing in human life. The problem of boredom leads to mismanagement and violence in society. Along with the division of work, human beings lose the overall view of life and harm the society by being impractical.
In view of the overall capacity of being alive, the so-called non-drugged people are still very capable. In comparison to them, so-called educated people are very delicate and helpless. If rugged forest dwellers and civilized educated urban people are put together in very difficult circumstances, then crude forest dwellers can live and civilized educated people will die. In terms of protecting life, humans should also obtain comprehensive and holistic education, avoiding the comprehension of excessive expertise.
That is, despite the poverty in villages, the means of balanced nutrition are available? Yes, if you add one kilogram of gram or soyabean in nine kilograms of wheat, then it may be possible to put the gourd, gilki plants and the tree growing in the fast paced garden. In addition to sunflower seeds, the sauce of her leaves is also rich in vitamins. In the absence of such knowledge, 50 percent of the country’s population is in deficiency of blood and less weight than normal.
In the olden days, preparations of food stuffing (making pulses, papad-big, pickle, grinding of flour, grinding of spices etc.) were the benefits of working at home, such as 1. Food purity, 2. Saving money, 3 Methods of working, 4. The use of land in making pulses and so on Protection of raw and cooked food items Bad habit of quitting while eating Repair on time for all items requiring repair, etc. Heavy financial loss due to the fad of purchasing new items instead of repairs.
The village had available history. Information that can be made available to as old as possible from the elderly. If there are any old temples, bawdy, ponds, etc. in the village, then know their history. Understanding what has happened in the past, its effect is on the present and considering the fact that the effect of what is happening in the present will be on the future, the idea, planning and implementation of the future was done by the elderly.
In those days, such institutions were set up on the caste, village, pilgrimage, temple and state that if hungry, the hungry person should not be disappointed. This is the purpose behind the evergreen, food sector, the opening and running of stores that why hungry people should be left over at the mercy of the state? It is the society, the neighborhood and its own duty to worry about it. The tendency of fulfilling their duty without worrying about what the state or the government or other people are doing, prevents the disaster from breaking down.
The basic feeling of the cereal, the evergreen, the start of store and the practice of pond, well-being, drinking, and deep respect for life.
The children gathered and heard stories from grandparents. Swans were swinging with swine. When there was something connected with all the seasons, it was the Mangal program. In the morning, people used to go away for the direction of the field, used to be Neem’s pooja. The morning kalva would have been before 8 o’clock. After working on the fields, in the afternoon, in the shadow of Chaupal Panchavati, people used to take dough. There were many things that are changing now. Earth welcomes every season with enthusiasm and self-reliance. Living in the shadows of the sky, it is in the highest place in the earthly state of patience. The tolerance of the Earth has been highly misused. At the time of the rainy season, the joy which was seen by looking at the natural beauty, the number of breaths and the age was increased, the peacock started dancing at the beginning of the rainy season; the joy and delight that is received by the spreading wings will not be written.
It is known to those who rejoice. Where have the birds’ tweeting sounds gone? Nowadays, the sounds of vehicles (noise) are heard in their place. The memories of many incidents have remained. Today, the person has been living sadly while living with artificial beauty.
All this in the village is now becoming extinct. In order to sprinkle medicine in TV channels, mobile, motorcycle, tractor, spray, farm, many types of modernity are being trapped in the village. National-multinational companies find it suitable and suitable for businesses, their targets are also these people.
For any reason, the person of the village comes to the city and if any kind of crisis comes, he is alone, there is no one to be listener, and the neighbor turns his face. There is no standing even when sick, when a child is born, or even death. He struggles with loneliness everywhere he becomes mentally ill. He is stunned in front of the city’s dead mental sensations.
After making some kind of place in the slum settlement, he gets so much pollution in one year that he has not been in his entire life. He gets ill-puzzled-only in 1 year from pollution. Somehow work gets it in the form of wages. There is no stability of life, no one can bear their own burden, how will the family think?
After being mentally deranged, the dirty smelly air, rotten water, contaminated food, dirtiness, pollution all around in the dirty habitat, also becomes polluted due to all these. Then the slaughter of slum, grandfather, gambling, a little bit of the battle makes a family more upset. Passing through here is also confusing. Noise in slum settlement lasts more than 100 dB. When, when the grandfather leaves and earns evening earnings from morning to morning, rape, chewing tobacco is common practice.
Cities have made significant impact on the environment of the country. In these cities, the foundation of industrialism was laid, in which the pillars were made, in which the roof was covered. To transform natural resources from the corners of the country into these cities, in order to convert it into a paved mall, spread the streets of the road, wherever there were rail tracks, somewhere in the harbor and somewhere everything was all together. In the British rule, the city was the halt of the abduction of raw material and the move to England.
Rural people are fleeing towards the cities in search of bread, cloth and houses because they do not have land for agriculture. Forests have been cut but requirements are still the same as they are. Urbanization is increasing steadily from their migration. This situation is even more fatal. The mismatch between urban and rural culture, it becomes even more difficult for the pure Indian to digest.
The extra pressure of the population has made environmental problems even more complex. The more food we need, the resources are limited. What if the nature is not exploited in such a situation? But the problem is that the second problem arises in defending a pollution.
Many problems have arisen due to urbanization in India due to lack of basic amenities, uncontrolled development and traffic, declining greenbelt, increasing noise pollution, dirty habitat, drainage of water, water pollution, air pollution, More than half of the population living in the cities live hellish lives due to mosquitoes outbreaks, intestinal habitat, life-threatening deformity, deformed environment, lack of drinking water etc isincreasing pressure.
This is the result of all uncontrolled dispersion and hollow ability of the governance system, as well as the indifference of the city dwellers.
With the increase in urban population, the cities are also expanding, consequently their problems, especially the problems of the environment are becoming more and more.
The World Population Prospects published by the UN states that at this time the world’s population will increase from six and half billion to eight-nine billion. India, Pakistan, Nigeria, Republic of Congo, Bangladesh, Uganda, Ethiopia and China will be the largest contributors to this population.
In the coming decades, India will leave behind China in terms of population. The villages of India will not be able to bear the burden of population, because the resources are being ended in the villages. As the fleeing of the population of villages will move towards the cities, the difficulties of cities will also increase. Cities also have their own limitations, they will not be able to bear the burden of the new population coming. Not only jobs, basic amenities such as housing, water, electricity, pollution and sanitation can be seen in the worrisome situation.
Dirty settlement means, stools, mosquitoes, piles of filth, infertile children, stains of rotting water, and many such to go. This is the case of the slums in the city. Wells are also limited. They are also ignorantly polluted. The women boil the waste water in the boiling vessels. A small empire of mosquitoes invites malaria on the collected water around and the worker who lives on the strength of his hard work becomes fever.
Children, the elderly and the animals suffer from many diseases of the stomach. These diseases are not seen, so their treatment also leads to negligence and inside the person becomes hollow. Small children are sitting outside the house for disinfection. It also increases the risk of spreading infectious diseases.
Due to the increase in population, the under country society is spreading. This is a section of those people who are willing to work in order to fill the stomach. There is no home or lodging for them. Many people spend all life on footpaths. The infant children will appear on every side. Going into any populated settlement, you will see life shone in some other color. These people prove to be a hindrance in environmental protection. In the last 65 years, our government has not paid attention to their development. All those who live in dirty air fall ill. Similarly, ordinary people who get mental nutrition in the dirty environment also lose their mental health. Their intellectual balance does not remain as it should be in the normal situation. Due to the absence of pure diet, water and breath, there is a dirty personality in the environment.
India’s biggest wealth is the unique diversity and abundance of unbroken biodiversity. Here, folk science, traditional knowledge and lifestyle have been together with nature or environment. False ego of control over nature or victory has never been in the Indian tradition. The Indian tradition is not being a tourist but with a relationship with a farmer. On the other hand, we are being deeply deceived by the alleged modern development and technology constraints. We are reminiscing about things like respect and discipline towards our culture and environment.
To get rid of the problems of urbanization, this option is also the best that we return to village culture. Keep the domestic Ayurveda of the village. Return to your environment and eternal knowledge. For any reason, the pain of leaving your ancestral place is very dark. Where there are generations, where are they born, play, grow, leave the same place. There were winds, trees, paths, animals, wells, farms, all of my own. How can these memories be forgotten, friends of the village, neighbors of the house or just say the people of the entire village, the people of the surrounding villages, were all their own. We can not forget anyone, even if we are in the root of the problem of urbanization, we find that the traditional things we have neglected are compulsory for our lives. They can save us from the complex questions of our tomorrow. To improve the coming tomorrow, we have to take knowledge from tomorrow. If we can maintain the prosperity of the village culture, we will be able to create a beautiful and happy future, if we adopt the learning of the environmental balance we get from the villages. This is the path that we will not only be able to do with cities but also with our future.
The fundamental right of man is such an environment in which happiness and quality of life are available, full life, independence, equality and adequate living standards. At the same time it is also a serious responsibility to improve and secure the environment for the present and future generations.