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There are a lot of diversities among us. But we should overcome these diversities and respect each other as humans.

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We make it a point to provide carrier opportunities to at least one adult in the family so that they will have financial support.

Equal Opportunities

One of the important things that we struggle for is equal opportunities to everyone in the society irrespective of caste, creed and colour.


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Broader Cultural Groupings

The border issue has become one of the most important and sensitive issues. We are attempting to defy borders and unite people in every possible way.

The Future Of Togetherness – Nothing Can Stop Us

If humans continue to strive and put a little bit of effort there is nothing in the world that can stop us and we are sure that a better and a brighter future is waiting.

Norm Of Conduct For Citizens

According to norms there are few sets of rules and regulations that every citizen should follow. If everyone abides by those rules, the world will be a better place in every aspect that you can think of.

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Why Are People From Bhutan Happy?

Top Issues Plaguing The Millennial Society

Millennials these days have access to so many things – most of which the generation before them was not privileged enough to have! So when it comes to millennials, all we say is that thye're lucky as they have all the exposure and opportunities around them, which makes it much easier for them to reaslie their dreams. But have you ever though about the dark side of it? There are so many issues which even the millennials are troubled with – read on to know more:


Tremendous work pressure, the rush of meeting deadlines, long working hours leave these youngsters with no time at all for themselves. And this repeated continuous pattern leads to nothing but a horrible burnout, which is tough to handle and go through. Also, the millennials take quite a long time even to realize they're burning out, which worsens matters.

Broken marriages:

With more independence coming in, it is difficult for millennials to handle it all. With increasing work pressure, lifestyle pressure and the pressure to succeed, these millennials somewhere down the line end up neglecting themselves which makes it much more difficult to cope with what a relationship demands, thus ending up in broken homes and a rise in the divorce rate.

Material pleasures:

These days, happiness is equated with the number of materialistic things one owns. And the millennials, although crushing under pressure keep putting up with fake standards fixated by society. This makes them even more susceptible to falling prey to depression – even though they have everything to live a comfortable and happy life, unless and until it they get approval from the society, it's just not enough. Materialistic attitude is on the rise – and no one knows where it's going to head us all to.

Health issues:

Apart from getting affected mentally, the millennials are physically in bad shape too. After hectic working hours and late night partying, these youngsters have no energy to carry out any physical activity that keeps them fit and fine. The health issues plaguing the millennials range from obesity to fluctuating blood pressure – questioning the quality of their lives in the later stages – if this is the state now! Home


There is this increasing disparity in the education the millennials receive and the employment opportunities. Despite high qualifications and immense expenditure on education, the millennials are not gaining jobs as per their expectations, making them settle for something they aren't pleased with.
Why Are People From Bhutan Happy?

Why Are People From Bhutan Happy?

A friend recently visited Bhutan, and she told me why no other country in the world could beat Bhutan when it comes to being happy. The country may not be one of the most developed countries in the world economically, but it is indeed a class apart when it comes to the happiness of all it's citizens. And if you're wondering what the reasons behind this are, read the post:

Gross National Happiness Index:

  Home The rest of the world, measures their growth and development in economic and quantitative terms, Bhutan is different – it has GNH – Gross National Happiness Index which measures the happiness quotient of every citizen in the country. Every effort of the government is directed towards making its people happy – now isn't this an example the world needs to follow?

 Natural Abode:

More than 50% of Bhutan is pure, untouched wilderness – the people here preserve nature with utmost care and respect all the natural resources they have been blessed with. Panoramic views are a staple here – you needn't venture out far outside, or climb a hilltop to come across a stunning view! All you need to do is look around and take in the exotic beauty of this country. And every tourist here wishes to settle down forever in this country – the citizens of Bhutan are actually living their dream! The country is exceptionally clean and has the best climate throughout the year. Home

Simple life:

A free education and subsidized health facilities are the highlights of Bhutan. The government believes that of the bare minimum requirements are provided to every human; it allows the human mind to be free of worry and live a satisfied life. The people here dress up in their national dress which resembles a Kimono – this also brings focus on the aspect that people here are not much into materialistic things like clothes and fashion.

Quality life:

The working hours in Bhutan are structured in a way that any person who works gets a stress-free sleep of 8 hours every day. This not only improves the productivity of the employees but also makes sure that they're happy doing their job and not under any kind of pressure. Also, with weekends off, the people here are encouraged to venture into the arms of nature, refreshing them for the week ahead.

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