India has come a long way since 1974, when Manoj Kumar directed the film Roti, Kapda aur Makaan and portrayed how a common man battled for the basic amenities of life- food, clothing and shelter. The country is experiencing a robust economic growth, as signified by the GDP of 6.1% in 2009, (instead of the financial crisis) and the purchasing power of the common man in this country is continuously increasing. Have these changes added something to the list of basic amenities in life- Roti, Kapda, Makaan aur..? Health? Education? Internet?Any more guesses?
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Jeevandayini Foundation is a Non Government Organisation which focuses its activities in remote places of India. Major objectives of the organisation comes within the perimeter of proper education, proper nutrition, proper medical support, proper agricultural advice and proper living standard. Jeevandayini Foundation is dedicated to working with poor families, children and their communities to reach their full potential by tackling the causes of poverty and injustice. Jeevandayini foundation serves all people regardless of religion, cast, race or gender. We provide food, clothes, source of income and good education to the poor and needy.
India has come a long way since 1974, when Manoj Kumar directed the film Roti, Kapda aur Makaan and portrayed how a common man battled for the basic amenities of life- food, clothing and shelter. The country is experiencing a robust economic…