India lags far behind Pakistan's ranking of world's happiest countries

In the United Nations World Happiness report this year, India remained at number 140, which is down seven places from last year. Finland remained top of the case for the second consecutive year. In this case India has lagged behind neighboring Pakistan.The United Nations Sustainable Development Solution Network released this report on Wednesday. The United Nations General Assembly had declared World Happiness Day on 20th March 2012. This list of the United Nations is fixed on 6 factors. It includes income, healthy life expectancy, social support, independence, trust and generosity.

According to the report, overall global prosperity has declined in the last few years, which has increased from the constant decline in India. India was ranked 133rd in this matter in 2018, while it was 140th place this year. United Nations' seventh annual World Happiness Report, which ranks 156 countries of the world on the basis that how well their citizens feel about themselves. It has also been noted that negative feelings including anxiety, sadness and anger have increased.

 Finland has been considered as the happiest country in the world for the second consecutive year. Then there is the location of Denmark, Norway, Iceland and the Netherlands. According to the report, Pakistan is 67th, Bangladesh 125th and China is 93rd. People of war-torn South Sudan are most unhappy with their lives, followed by Central African Republic (155), Afghanistan (154), Tanzania (153) and Rwanda (152). Despite being one of the richest countries in the world, America is at 19th in terms of prosperity