Area Profiles


 India is a country with a population approaching 1.3 billion. It is quickly closing the population gap with its neighbor to the north China. However, with a geographical land mass equal to 1/3 that of the USA, India is, for the most part, densely populated.

  Unemployment is common and 35% of Indians live below the poverty line. Many people are jobless and homeless. In the city of Calcutta, for example, there are 2,000,000 homeless people. However, there is economic growth in the business sector.

 Many Western companies are moving some of their operations to India in order to take advantage of the inexpensive labor. Due in part to the tropical climate in much of India, diseases such as bacterial diarrhea, hepatitis A and E, typhoid fever, dengue fever, malaria, and Japanese encephalitis have taken their toll on the population.

Facts About India

  The name `India’ is derived from the River Indus, the valleys around which were the home of the early settlers. The Aryan worshippers referred to the river Indus as the Sindhu. The Persian invaders converted it into Hindu. The name `Hindustan’ combines Sindhu and Hindu and thus refers to the land of the Hindus.

 India is a over 1,600 languages are spoken within its borders.

 Hindus believe in 330 million gods and the devout Hindu will try to please as many of these as possible. Karma, the belief that one's situation in life is fixed as a reward or punishment for deeds done in a former life, dominates the Hindu worldview.

 Hindus also believe that they must be reincarnated (reborn) 82 trillion times in their quest for salvation. Salvation for the Hindu is being united with the ultimate being, called Brahman-Atman. Once this occurs, they will cease to exist, and thus will be saved.

East India

Time zone IST (UTC+5:30)
Area 418, 323 km²
States and territories West Bengal, Orissa, Bihar and Jharkhand
Most populous cities(2008) Kolkata, Durgapur, Bhubaneswar, Patna, Siliguri, Asansol, Cuttack, Ranchi
Official languages Bengali, Hindi and Odiya
Population 226,925,195

Socio-economic condition of the reference area

  The socio- economic condition of the reference area is in bleak. Contradictory envy with social alienation is one of the most dreadful equipments. Social alienation is isolation from the society which is nothing but single kind of swaggering unfriendliness or revengeful misdeeds with people living around. People do not get the help or advice or co-operation of theirs’ neighbors at the time of essential emergency need.
  They prefer love- knot unite with the social miscreants, supply regular instigation to rape the Christian minorities women care- givers, firing up the Christians’ faithful Church with properties, abuse the girl adolescents especially tribal & minorities. Does repeated violence attack throwing bricks- stones for forcible collection of Tola or subscription or illegal demand of high posting service job in our social welfare organization so on and so forth.

  At present situation, the deadly disease of social alienation has turned up such a low infectious level that even if one tries to help someone else, it is looked down upon with suspicion. As the tremendous consequences, it increases the high risk of psychotic illness in the society. Innocent huge children are brought up, as the future generation of our nation, in such an environment that tends to develop a sense of apathy towards neighboring people around them.

Problems identified in the Reference Area

“Many frozen problems have designed a rainbow colored cobweb in the reference area from the very beginning. ”

  • Harmful affect of Environmental Pollution and Global Warming.
  • Large sale of deforestation.
  • Price hike of essential commodities
  • Child labor, child marriage, dowry, superstition, family divortion, neighboring dispute
  • Sexual harassment, rape, increasing rate of AIDS, unemployment
  • Alarming menace of damaging crops productivity each year for dry baron agricultural field, imbalance rainfall, scarcity of irrigation and very poor soil fertility
  • Unbearable burden of indebtedness by the maximum below poverty line villagers, marginal farmers, landless daily wage earners and minorities.
  • Increasing rate of seasonal or permanent migration for lacking of family asset, alternative resource, or occupational convenience
  • Destruction of traditional livelihood as the whole region is high proficient in draught.
  • More acute crisis of safe drinking water as dwindling water resources
  • Population explosion but sardines like inhabitation.
  • Unscientific, unhygienic sanitation
  • Narrow fanatic agitation
  • Limitless addiction to alcohol
  • Infection of Jaundice, TB, Tumors, HIV, Lungs, and Kidney- Heart failure like dangerous diseases
  • Political wrangle


  • Some of the year Erratic and highly variable rainfall and some of the year drought
  • Poor red and rocky soil depth
  • High population growth rate and low literacy rates especially in Lodha and other tribal areas
  • Very poorly developed infrastructure
  • Widespread poverty, with high concentration of Tribal, Scheduled Caste and Other Backward Castes
  • Rigid Caste structure
  • Exploitative practices including money – lending
  • Extremely limited role of women in community activities but in tribal area they have to earn to survive the family
  • Agriculture the primary livelihood source, less than 15% of the cultivable land where two times cultivation taken place in year
  • For daily needs maximum people are depends on forest
  • Child been taking care by other child