Population of the village:
Education standard: Major
population is illiterate and some have completed 5th standard.
Employment scope: Rare
and partial employment as sheep wool, camel riding and etc; unemployment is serious problem in this village majority of population
is unemployed or partial.
Women’s rights: Terrible
as still live in old age Aryan culture. I was forbidden to take picture for my website. JAMAL said once some one came to his
village and took picture was published in the magazine, created hell of a problem to that lady. She was quarantined for one
year as a punishment for posing to photo. They find as shameful act to the society.
Has a school in the village up to 5th standard if want higher up to 10th class have to go SAM.
Poverty stricken people are unable to send their children to that far.
Medical facility: Has
hospital in SAM but JAMAL says in most cases doctors are absent so have to take to JAISALMER.
Ration shop: JAMAL
says in most cases food grain and sugar are out of stock so have to buy from the open market at very high price he also gave
the price for sugar @ Rs.18/- per kg and millet (Indian Corn) for Rs. 8/- per kg.
Water crisis: In
desert area it is normal in developing countries. Women have to go to fetch as far as 1kms and some time more during scarcity.
solar panel at subsidized rate to electrify houses.
Almost nil as did not rain for the last 3 years.
Traditional Arts & crafts: Women
and girls are the masters of Kathli hand stitching or embroidery, no one to expose their ability of Beautiful and ethnic design
creations. My surprise is; that there are over 50 hotels and their agents all over JAISALMER that includes multinational hotels
who charge exorbitant tariff from the customers, have never taken any pain to explore their cultural crafts. Even shops sell
products of other parts of Rajasthan and country. Hotels and tourists shops should only sell surrounding cultural arts and
crafts and made-ups from bed covers to cushion or rugs and exotic garments to scarves.
Government’s attention: Government’s
attention towards promoting and generating employment is not enough. There is no training of arts & craft to utilize the