We have studied this quotation by Aristotle, way back in high school, “Man is a social animal.” Whether we like it or not, we have to live in a society that abides by some rules and regulations. When we want to change the way we live in a society, the process of change is revolution. The big question is why we need a social revolution? Social scientist Theda Skocpol has defined social revolution in a much better way, “Revolution is not something that is created by political elites, but rather by ordinary people when they change the way they think and live.” As per India’s population data, almost half of the country’s population is young. So the perceived thought process of the country should be young. Why, then, are we still recognized as a third-world country? Even after sixty five years of independence, the country has not improved much. Focusing on the problem areas, we present a list of top 10 reasons on why we need a social revolution.