10 Poorest Villages of India

 10 Poorest Villages of India

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Basically, India has a GDP of 2.25 trillion, and sustainable development in India is shallow. India’s health expenditure for 2015 is around 3.8% of the total GDP. GDP is equal to the total money value of all the goods and services produced in the domestic territory of the country during the final year As per data there are more than 5,20,000 villages in India out of which only 18000 villages have proper health and living condition. Today the number is down, but we still have most impoverished villages across India. They are as follows-

  1. Mattur, Karnataka:

It is a small village located in Shimoga district near the city of Shivamogga in Karnataka state. It’s known for the usage of Sanskrit for day-to-day conversation.

However, the general language of the state is Kannada. It’s a tiny hamlet on the banks of the perennial river Tunga and people still lead a Vedic-Lifestyle in that small sleepy village of India.

  1. Punsari, Gujarat:

It is a village located in Gujarat’s Sabarkantha district. Although it has, it’s free WiFi and CCTV services available, but we cannot deny the fact that there is no proper health facility or government schemes getting properly implemented in that village due to which it comes under the category of the most miserable village in India.

  1. Debottar Buraburi Village, Assam:

Buraburi village is in Mayang Tehsil in Marigaon District of Assam State. Average sex ration of Debottar Buraburi village is 1042, which is higher than the West state average of 950. This village has a lower literacy rate compared to West Bengal or other villages in the country.

  1. Kharar, UP:

Kharar is a tiny village in Kandhla Block in Muzaffarnagar District of Uttar Pradesh. It ha poor health conditions and low-style life, here in this village.

5. Champa, Bihar:

Champa Village, also popularly known as Bhagwanpur or Belauna is the village in the Madhubani district of Bihar. There are not many opportunities and resources despite agricultural land. The primary income of the village comes from the people who live in urban areas. Majority of people live there, below the line of poverty, so the standards of living are also low and in need of a lot of improvement.

  1. Sarar, Jammu, and Kashmir:

Sarar village is located in Chennai block in Udhampur District of Jammu and Kashmir. It does not have necessary facilities in the village, and there is a lack of Education in the entire village.

  1. Rajghat, Rajasthan:

It is the village situated a few kilometers away from Dholpur in Rajasthan. Every ‘basic amenity’ is lacking in this village. There is no clean drinking water or electricity or an access road to the village.

  1. Agran, Madhya Pradesh:

Its a village in Alirajpur Tehsil, Jhabua, in  Madhya Pradesh. Agriculture is the primary profession in the village. Although people are living in peaceful condition, there is still a lack of basic amenities of living like electricity and inadequate education systems or fewer hospitals.

  1. Yadwad, Karnataka:

It is a small village in the southern state of Karnataka, India. It’s situated in the Gokak taluk of Belgaum district in Karnataka. It has terrible living conditions and abysmal water and electricity supply.

  1. Zindapur, UP:

Zindapur is a large village located in Sonbhadra Banshi Suyapur Block of Arwal district which is the southern block of Arwal District. It has a total population of two thousand and two hundred eighteen and 368 houses.

 

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