India’s Demographic Treasure (The Youth)

To the boiling blood,
India’s Demographic Treasure,
The Youth!

In the cradle of diversity,
with the spirit of unity
You are the future,
To uphold the great Indian culture.

Free as a bird,
Let your aspirations be heard!
You are the future,
To uphold the great Indian culture.

Innovate, Inspire and educate,
Think big and create.
Spread a word of love and harmony,
Don’t just strive to make money!

Peace, pleasure, and prosperity,
Shall be the theme of your every activity.
You are the future
To uphold the great Indian culture.

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  1. This poem represents the beauty of the indian culture, and it’s too beautiful the way the indian culture has been represented indirectly over here, it’s directs us to stay peaceful and polite all the time. There should be prosperity in our activities in order to enhance the effectiveness of our work. Therefore this poem was absolutely beautiful in it’s own way and because it’s related to our indian culture.

  2. “India’s Demographic Treasure” is an epistolary poem written to the masses of the titular ‘demographic treasure’, the Indian youth. The poem has a strong sense of patriotism but none of the themes are properly explored. Case and point; “In the cradle of diversity, with the spirit of unity” brings forth the amazing quality of our nation’s varied cultures coexisting and sharing history, but it fails to build on it as the very next line is the refrain of the poem. “Free as a bird, Let your aspirations be heard!” introduces the strive for success that drives the youth of the nation but the emotions remain at the surface level. The themes of the poem aren’t so much explored as they are stated.
    The poem’s rhyme scheme is another area that can be improved. The rhymes feel very amateurish and forced. This flaw is very evident in the lines “Spread a word of love and harmony, Don’t just strive to make money!”.

    All that being said; however, the emotion of the poem is very evident and easily conveyed to the layman. In an age where pretentiousness has ruined the core concept of art itself, it is a refreshing change to read a poem that is simple and has its message fully on display for everyone to understand. Although the themes of the poems aren’t given any depth, they are very easily understood.

  3. So beautifully potrait,
    “India’s Demographic Treasure (The Youth)” is a poignant and uplifting poem that celebrates the potential and significance of India’s young generation. Through its rhythmic verses and heartfelt expressions, the poem captures the essence of the youth as the driving force behind the nation’s future.The poem encourages the youth to break free from constraints and let their aspirations be heard. It celebrates their freedom to innovate, inspire, and educate, urging them to think big and create a positive change. The poet highlights the importance of using their talents not only for personal gain but also for spreading love, harmony, and the pursuit of greater well-being beyond material wealth. Overall, this poem beautifully captures the essence of the youth as a vibrant force within India’s cultural landscape. It instills a sense of purpose and responsibility, urging them to use their talents to shape a brighter future for themselves and the nation. “India’s Demographic Treasure (The Youth)” is a poetic tribute to the potential and power of the young generation, igniting a sense of hope and aspiration in its readers.

  4. So captivating.
    “India’s Demographic Treasure (The Youth)” is a stirring poem that celebrates the vibrant and invaluable contribution of the young generation in India. The cradle of diversity and the spirit of unity are beautifully depicted, highlighting the mosaic of cultures and traditions that define India. The poem acknowledges the youth as the custodians of this great Indian culture, emphasizing their pivotal role in preserving and perpetuating its values.

  5. This poem captures so beautifully yet so authentically what it is to be a youth in such a colorful, cultural nation. It intertwines education, freedom and oneness. Which are all important of elements of a peaceful and resourceful society and humanity at large. Highlighting what the people before this time were and what they are now flowing into who should they be – in love, happiness and harmony.

  6. The poem India’s Demographic Trrasure (The Youth) is an liberal poem which aims to unite the youth with a view of uniting the youth. For this purpose youths are defined as the treasure of India’s demography. The poem starts with anotion of patriotism. The poet is well aware of youth’s mindset. He describes the youth as boiled blooded. The poem proceeds and poem meanders from mindset of youth to glory of our country. He highlights the fact of ‘Unity in Diversity’ and appeal the readers to preserve it. Moving ahead the poet states the idea which cherished revolutionaries, ‘freedom’. We are free and our aspirations are being heard. Also he mean to stop the ‘brain-drain’ crisis prevalent in our country. He ask to innovate, inspire and educate people in need. For sake of some money, don’t betray your country. This helps to reduce traitors in our country. Lastly he prescribes us three ways in our deeds-peace, pleasure and prosperity. The poet motivates the youths to uphold our culture.
    The poet has extensively used figure of speech alliteration in the first line of first, fourth and fifth stanza. Even imagery is used to describe a free bird. Anticlimax can be cited in line ‘innovate, inspire and educate’ as the order is reversed. Finally, climax is cited as peace,pleasure and prosperity as the things are in order. Excluding the first stanza, entire poem follows a rhyme scheme of AABB pattern.
    The poem highlights the importance of unity, the role of youths to preserve and enhance democracy and the ethics to be used to achieve it makes the poem lovely to read. The poem is written in simple language, however the tone is very bold which makes the readers to read this poem many times.

  7. The poem India’s Demographic Treasure (The Youth) is an liberal poem which aims to unite the youth with a view of uniting the youth. For this purpose youths are defined as the treasure of India’s demography. The poem starts with anotion of patriotism. The poet is well aware of youth’s mindset. He describes the youth as boiled blooded. The poem proceeds and poem meanders from mindset of youth to glory of our country. He highlights the fact of ‘Unity in Diversity’ and appeal the readers to preserve it. Moving ahead the poet states the idea which cherished revolutionaries, ‘freedom’. We are free and our aspirations are being heard. Also he mean to stop the ‘brain-drain’ crisis prevalent in our country. He ask to innovate, inspire and educate people in need. For sake of some money, don’t betray your country. This helps to reduce traitors in our country. Lastly he prescribes us three ways in our deeds-peace, pleasure and prosperity. The poet motivates the youths to uphold our culture.
    The poet has extensively used figure of speech alliteration in the first line of first, fourth and fifth stanza. Even imagery is used to describe a free bird. Anticlimax can be cited in line ‘innovate, inspire and educate’ as the order is reversed. Finally, climax is cited as peace,pleasure and prosperity as the things are in order. Excluding the first stanza, entire poem follows a rhyme scheme of AABB pattern.
    The poem highlights the importance of unity, the role of youths to preserve and enhance democracy and the ethics to be used to achieve it makes the poem lovely to read. The poem is written in simple language, however the tone is very bold which makes the readers to read this poem many times.

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