Urban Life Vs Rural Life
It is rightly said that God made the country and man made the town.
In the villages, the people live in an open atmosphere. They get fresh air and sunlight. They inhale pure oxygen which they get form the trees and waving crops which grow in their fields.
As compared to the towns’ people , the people in the villages lead a tension free life. There is not much noise in villages.
In villages, people generally get fresh vegetables and pure milk. They also consume lesser amount of fast food which is very harmful.
There are , however certain advantages which the urban people have over the villages.
There are much better employment avenues in towns. The security system is also better in towns.
In towns, the people often do not feel bored, as they have several means of amusement and entertainment such as visiting different places of importance, a visit to the zoo, some museum of exhibition, etc.
In towns, people get better education as there are so many schools, colleges, universities and libraries.
Better medical facilities are available in towns, as there are so many big hospital and dispensaries there which are not available in villages.
In towns we can have more variety of goods including food and wearing articles. We can get the food of our choice at hotels and restaurants. There are thousands of shops in towns to cater to our needs.,
Thus , in certain ways, villages are better while in other , towns are better
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Pakistani village life is the traditional rural life of the people of Pakistan.
The rural villagers of Pakistan commonly live in houses made of bricks, clay or mud. These typically have two or three rooms which house extended families. In the modern days they are living by making separate home for each family but they don't live way from each other, they are extending their villages by making more homes. In Gongrani, Baluchistan, people live in homes built within cliff-side caves that are connected by walkways. Most of the villagers are farmers but other rural occupations include blacksmiths, hairdressers and tailorers, shepherds.
The traditional culture of the village is now subject to change due to the effects upon village society from the introduction of modern technology, such as pumps and tube wells for irrigation. Resistance to social and cultural changes exists among Pakistani village inhabitants, and varying methods of managing these changes have been tried.
Socioeconomic status among rural Pakistani villagers is often based upon the ownership of agricultural land, which also may provide social prestige in village cultures. The majority of rural Pakistani inhabitants livelihoods is based upon the rearing of livestock, which also comprises a significant part of Pakistan's gross domestic product. Some livestock raised by rural Pakistanis include cattle and goats.
- ^ abBlack, Carolyn (2002), Pakistan: The People, p. 18, ISBN 9780778793472
- ^Knerr, Béatrice (Prof. Dr.). page 104.
- ^S.M.H. Zaidi (1970), The village culture in transition. A study of East Pakistan rural society.
- ^Knerr, Béatrice (Prof. Dr.). page 102.
- ^Knerr, Béatrice (Prof. Dr.). page 105.
- ^Knerr, Béatrice (Prof. Dr.). page 106.