Rural life is the principal pivot around which whole Indian social life revolves. India is a land of agriculture. Its history, customs and traditions, complex social organization and unity in diversity etc. can be understood by the study of rural life. The disproportionate dependence on agriculture as a source of livelihood is not an inherited characteristic of the old, primitive Indian society serving into the modern period, but is on the contrary in its present scale of modern development. This important book contents the latest development in rural society and its economy in India that makes it very useful for social services aspirants, academicians, researchers and anyone interested in understanding the dynamics, evolution and present status of our rural India.