HOUSING, more generally known as dwelling, usually refers to the arrangement and designated use of homes or other buildings together, for the express purpose of housing human beings or the community as a whole. In modern society, public housing refers to housing administered by government agencies for the primary, secondary and even tertiary protection of the community from the effects of natural or man-made catastrophe. Housings may also refer to a group of residences or a single residence in a specific building. In some instances, however, the term can apply to the use of a particular dwelling by one or more persons for the same or similar purposes, such as for boarding or vacation purposes. Housed living is also quite possibly the most familiar definition of dwelling that we have in our minds, in the way of a general, abstract term.
The main article of this article is ‘Danchi’ which means a dwelling, a place to live. There are various types of dwellings; primary, middle, and secondary dance. The terms primary dance and middle danchi refer to structures that are part of the tenure between master tenant and landlord. Secondary dance refer to structures that are built on the basis of such tenancy.
Most of the large number of slum dwellers in cities like Mumbai and Delhi are classified as lower danchi tenants. They are tenants who do not own any significant property (house, shop, automobile) and occupy small apartments in highly crowded urban areas for the reason of staying as home. This lower caste of society exists in every large town and the main reason behind their informal arrangement of residences is that they do not own any property or have any sizeable amount of possession or claim to any real estate. They live on the earnings generated by their day-to-day labor.
In most of the Indian towns and cities like Mumbai, Chennai, Bangalore, Delhi, and Noida, Housings are developed on a leasehold basis and are also known as flats or room divisions. These slums are developed according to the local authority’s development criteria and regulations. Generally, the conditions of local authorities are tough and are considered non-obligatory by most of the residents who are settled in these areas.
Most of the people who are living in these slums prefer to live in Housings for low rent than to move into a new house. It is true that there are many housing projects (Housing estates) in most of the major cities of India, but majority of the residents in these urban areas do not wish to move into new houses, because they find it difficult to adjust with the norms of the new life. The main article of this article provides the basic information about the housing projects of India. You may follow the link below to know more details.
You can see many major housing projects of India in Noida, Gurgaon, Bangalore, Mumbai, Chandigarh, Hyderabad, Lucknow, Raipur, Bangalore, Kolkata, Bhatye Beach, Puri, Vagamon, Nagarhole, Indira Nagar, Jayanagar, Shahjahan Beach, etc. All these projects are developed by local authorities and private developers and are managed by the local housing finance authority. These projects provide housing facilities for the deprived section of the society, but most of them are developed on a rent to own basis. Therefore, you can also choose this type of housing project for your future.