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TAKE YOUR EYES ON TOP 20 HAPPIEST COUNTRIES IN THE WORLD

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Happiness adds the meaning and purpose of living, the aim, and human existence. It comes in many different ways and for different reasons. But at the same time, many things can make many individuals unhappy nevertheless where they live, losing a sweet home or even a love and dear ones or going on without essential necessities. Happiness is not just about money though it’s a part of it also includes a healthy life, freedom of choices, having someone to hope, free from corruption, etc.

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If you want to happier then pack your bags and spend your vacations in the following countries, where you can really see how people live their lives happily;

TOP 20 HAPPIEST COUNTRIES ON THE PLANET

Every year the World Happiness Report is released which rank the countries by their happiness levels measured by certain variables. The six variables that this report take into account are;
• GDP per capita
Healthy lifestyle
• Social support
• Trust
• No corruption
• Freedom to make decisions in life and generosity

Here’s a look at happiest countries in the world :

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1. Finland
2. Norway
3. Denmark
4. Iceland
5. Switzerland
6. Netherlands
7. Canada
8. New Zealand
9. Sweden
10. Australia
11. Israel
12. Austria
13. Costa Rica
14. Ireland
15. Germany
16. Belgium
17. Luxembourg
18. United States
19. United Kingdom
20. United Arab Emirates

LEAST HAPPY COUNTRIES

Now, there are some countries which are recognized as the happiest one.
The following countries are not according to the six measuring variables considered by the World Happiness Report so, they are declared to be the less happiest countries in the world.

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1. Burundi
2. Central African Republic
3. South Sudan
4. Tanzania
5. Yemen
6. Rwanda
7. Syria
8. Liberia
9. Haiti
10. Malawi

INDIA RANKED 133rd ON THIS LIST

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And the saddest part is that India has not been found anywhere in the above list. India has been ranked as 133rd in the World Happiness Report because it does not satisfy the six measuring variables given by the report such as GDP per capita, generosity, the absence of freedom of corruption, freedom to take decisions in life, healthy lifestyle, etc.

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