India is in the hands of future generationOur ancestors and the great freedom fighters of India stood up together and struggled for the freedom of the nation. After our independence, the next generation leaders took up the responsibility and started to rule the democratic nation. Years are running, the leaders are changing, but till now one dream of India that still remains unfulfilled is the dream to become a developed country. India is the most populous country in the world with a population of more than 1.3 billion people but sadly it is holding a label 'developing country'. Is our nation taking the necessary steps to achieve the dream? We can't say no because in recent years we can spot an immense growth in the field of science and technology and various other fields. The young brains of the present generation are super talented and have high exposure to the latest technology, but hardly very few gains the opportunity to expose their talent because of the social problems like discrimination, unemployment, communalism, casteism, crime, poverty, corruption, religious violence etc. that are prevailing in the society.
Only youths have the power to transform India into a developed country. But because of the growth of the unwanted social weeds in the society, the growth of the complete nation is getting ruined. The poisonous social weeds that exist in the society can be removed only with the help of the youths. If the youngsters are given 100% education and employment, then possibilities are there for the eradication of the major problems such as illiteracy and poverty. The youths are the present and the future of India. If the kids of the future generation are provided with quality education and necessary infrastructure, then definitely they will uplift India to a different level because the children of today are the future of tomorrow.
To me, the photograph is really a symbol of future India. The happy smile in the face of the little kids and the Indian national flag in their hands spread a high degree of positivity. I see them as future leaders and more positively their pose gives me a ray of hope that they will take care of the nation in a better way and help us to achieve the dream of becoming a developed country.