The world's happiest countries.!? india is at the bottom..!

Denmark is second and iceland is third. Last year too, these countries held the leading position. finland has been named the happiest country in the world for the 6th year in a row. india is ranked 125th on this list.

Happier Countries:

In the list prepared based on the data collected by CallupWorld, the Nordic countries hold the leading positions. denmark is second and iceland is third. Last year too, these countries held the leading position. In general, the Nordic countries, which tend to be highly trusting in individual systems, have received attention this time around, scoring high. A third of the deaths have been reported in the Nordic countries compared to Western Europe, which has recorded the highest number of corona deaths anywhere else.
India at the bottom:

As far as Asian countries are concerned, india is ranked 125th on the list of 137 countries. In this, what should be noted is that other Asian countries such as Nepal, China, Bangladesh, and sri lanka are more ambitious than India. afghanistan is ranked 137th. on march 20 every year, international Happiness Day is celebrated. In turn, the list of the happiest countries in the world is the UN. Solutions for Sustainable Development released today. This is the 11th consecutive year that this list has been published. The list has been prepared by taking data from 150 countries based on the average of the data available in the last three years.
On what basis is the list prepared?

This report was prepared by conducting a survey of people. During the survey, factors such as gross domestic product (GDP), life expectancy, freedom to make decisions in life, social support, and corruption were examined. Based on this, it was calculated which country people are happiest in. The report emphasizes what kind of measures countries have taken to improve the quality of life of their people during the spread of coronavirus and the measures taken by countries for the welfare of the people. This year's list has a lot of interesting information. But what is particularly interesting and thought-provoking is related to social bias. For the second year running, various types of everyday activities such as helping a stranger, donating to charity, and volunteering have exceeded pre-pandemic levels.

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