My Native Village | My Native Village Essay



My Native Village

My Native Village

My Native Village Essay

Introduction: The name of my native village is Kamalpur. It is situated about seven kilometres north of Barpeta town. It is a small village.

Description: There are about three hundred families and about three thousand inhabitants in our village. They belong to different castes but they have been living peacefully and happily.

Most of the villagers are cultivators. Their economic condition is very bad. There are some businessmen and servicemen also. But their number is very few.

The transport means are very woeful. The government has taken no steps to construct our roads. We are also deprived of the advantage of electricity. The climate of our village is usual- very cool in winter and very hot in summer.

There are two Primary Schools, one M. E. School and one High school in our village.  There is a post office also. Most of the population belongs to the religion of Islam. We have three small Masjids in the village. We pray to God five times a day.

Conclusion: Though our village is poor, we love it very much. We have been trying hard for the development of our village.  0 0 0

N.B. This article ‘My Native Village| My Native Village Essay’ originally belongs to the book School Essays by Menonim Menonimus.

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