PATRIOTISM: Essay Writing

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PATRIOTISM Patriotism is the love towards one’s native land. Patriot is a person who truly loves and serves his mother land. A true patriot is always ready to even lay his life for the sake of his country. AH of us have glimpse of patriotism but very few who are brave and courageous show it in action. Patriotism is an inborn quality. It comes out naturally as a fragrance of a flower. It is an internal urge of sacrifice in some of the sake of mother land. The patriot’s blood is the seed to the freedom. Freedom of a country is always achieved by the sacrifice of patriots. A true patriot is always ready and never hesitates for a moment to sacrifice him as well as all he holds very dear to him for the safety and freedom of his motherland. Patriotism encourages and intoxicates a man who drinks it. Once a person becomes a patriot no power on earth can stop him from act being so. The mighty British Empire was forced to leave our country by patriots. There is no country which has not given birth to patriots. They take birth with one purpose namely sacrifice to the nation. They renounce worldly pleasures. They are not afraid...
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Essay about PERSONALITY DEVELOPMENT

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PERSONALITY DEVELOPMENT Definition Personality has many definitions in general opinions or in a psychologist’s options but personality word’s origin is from Latin word ‘personare’ whose meaning is ‘to speak through’. The word ‘personality’ is a broad term. It combines in itself the characteristics and qualities which give him a distinct identity. These things distinguish him from others. Thus, personality development is not an overnight task. It requires sufficient time and efforts to groom and shape personality. However, personality development is the outcome of so many factors which include will-power, confidence, concentration, memory, and smile, humour, to name a few. Personality is the sum total of ways in which an individual reacts and interacts with others. Or personality is generally defined as the deeply ingrained and relatively enduring patterns of thought, feeling and behaviour. In fact, when one refers to personality, it generally implies to all what is unique about an individual, the characteristics that make one stand out in a crowd. Personality is the sum total of individual’s psychological traits, characteristics, motives, habits, attitudes, beliefs and outlooks. Determinants of Personality Development The following are the determinants of personality development: Heredity: Heredity refers to those factors that were determined at conception. Physical structure, facial attractiveness, gender, temperament, muscle composition and...
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Politics and Students: Essay Writing

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Politics and Students We live in a democratic country. For the success of a democracy, the role of political party is very important. Should students be active in politics is a question has been discussed many times. All of the people agree that students should keep themselves away from politics. Professional politicians say that today’s students is tomorrow’s citizen and that he should be well aware of how the govt, behaves and how it can be made to behave in a better way. Students should know about their environment too, not only what is taught in the class room or gain in their books. A half century ago, a politician preached what he believed to be true. He set an example of his teaching himself. Favours could not buy him. Fear had no effect on him. His sole aim was the good of the community, the society and the country. He did not want power. Now politics has become a trade, a money spinning trade. The politician is not averse to bribes. Power attracts him. He will scarify anything to achieve it. Schools and colleges provide him with innocents whom he moulds in to the shape he wants. The school parliament election provides the politicians with a chance to...
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Essay Writing Topics about POLLUTION

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POLLUTION Since the beginning of life on this planet, the atmosphere has functioned as an acceptor of emitted wastes. When the convenience and comforts of man is increasing, he has to upset the delicate balance of nature. By causing pollution man has subjected the whole human race to slow death. Air pollution is of two types. Gaseous pollution and particulate pollution-gases like carbon monoxide, oxides of sulphur, oxides of nitrogen and hydrogen fluoride. Carbon monoxide is released from automobile exhausts chants and industrial process, reduces the Oxygen carrying capacity of the blood. These pollution mainly because of the de-forestation. Oust fume, mist smokes cause particulate pollution. Air pollution levels reach their peak during the winter due to temperature inversion. During the month cold air remains stagnant at the ground level, trapping the pollutants below it. This triggers a number of allergies, asthma and lung infections. Another important threat to mankind is noise pollution. In our country anything to announce necessitates the use of loudspeaker. Churches, temples and mosques use loud speakers every morning and evening. Too much noise hurts the ear and causes strain. Water too has been polluted. The use of pesticides is the main cause of water pollution. We must protect our crops, but when we use...
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POPULATION PROBLEM OF INDIA: Short Essay

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POPULATION PROBLEM OF INDIA One of the most serious problems that India faces today is the problem of over population. Our population today is about one billion, and is second only to that of China. Our population is growing at the rate of 16 million per annum. The number of new mouths that are annually added to our population almost equal to total population of Australia is increasing in geometrical progression, where as production is increasing only in arithmetical progression. If the present trend continues, our population might surpass China by 2045. We have already celebrated the 50th year of India’s Independence, but there has been little economic progress. The main reason for this is the population explosion Jawaharlal Nehru once said “India’s population problem is not one, but 400 million problems”. Today this number has swelled up to one billion. Our rising population graph is attributed to (1) tropical climate (2) early marriage (3) decline in death rate (4) ignorance, old custom and tradition, and (5) illiteracy. India is situated in the tropical belt. Hot climate leads to early puberty and maturity, which gives rise to increase in population. Lack of education is another cause for increasing population. People think the bigger the number of persons in the...
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Short Essay about SCIENCE AND RELIGION

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SCIENCE AND RELIGION Science and religion are two aspects of human life. The second aspect is very ancient but science came in to existence in the sixteenth century. From the act of shaving in the morning to the action of lighting up in the evening every part of the man’s life is deeply related to science. To a stranger, science and religion are two conflicting force of life. Science and religion have their own scope and functions. In science we advance from the particular to the general. But religion is a more complex phenomenon. It has three aspects (a) Church (b) the creed (c) the code of personal morals. These aspects are varying in degree and in importance in different times and different places. Apparently science and religion move on divergent lines. According to a scientist, religion is a heap of superstitions practice and ritual follies. For him science is contrary to religion and hits it hard. A theologian believes in their finality but a scientist there is nothing final. But behind the apparent diversity, there is a unity between science and religion. Both are the manifestation of human organism. A theological like a scientist tries to discover the mysteries of the universe and to assign a proper place to human beings in the scheme of...
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Essay about REVERSING THE BRAIN DRAIN

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REVERSING THE BRAIN DRAIN What is ‘Reverse Brain Drain’? Reverse brain drain which refers to the migration issue, whereby human capital moves in reverse from a more developed country to a less developed country that is developing rapidly, which is commonly defined as ‘brain drain’. It is also termed as a logical outcome of a calculated strategy, where migrants accumulate savings, also known as remittances, and develop skills overseas that can be used in their home country. Reverse brain drain can occur when scientists, engineers or other intellectual elites migrate to a less developed country to learn in its universities, perform research or gain working experience in areas where education and employment opportunities are limited in their home country. These professionals then return to their home country after several years of experience to start a related business, teach in a university or work for a multinational in their home country. Significance Highly educated children of immigrants in the US are moving back to their native countries in growing numbers. The homeland their parents once fled from has now become economic power and a source for opportunities. Some arrive to the US as children and become citizens later, while others are born in the US to immigrant parents. For generations,...
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Essay about RELIGIONS OF THE WORLD

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RELIGIONS OF THE WORLD Synopsis Religion is any specific system of belief about deity, often involving rituals, a code of ethics and a philosophy of life. Religion is a collection of cultural systems, belief systems, and world views that relate humanity to spirituality and, sometimes, to moral values. Many religions have narratives, symbols, traditions and sacred histories that are intended to give meaning or to explain the origin of life or the universe. They tend to derive morality, ethics, religious or a preferred lifestyle from their ideas about the cosmos and human nature. The word ‘religion’ is sometimes used interchangeably with ‘faith’ or ‘belief system’, but religion differs from private belief in that it has a social aspect. Many religions have organized behaviours, clergy, a definition of what constitutes adherence or membership, congregations of laity, regular meetings or services for the purposes of veneration of a deity or for prayer, holy places (either natural or architectural), and/or scriptures. The practice of a religion may also include sermons, commemoration of the activities of a God or Goddess, sacrifices, festivals, feasts, trance, initiations, funerary services, meditation, music, art, dance, public service, or other aspects of human culture. However, there are examples of religions for which some or many of these aspects...
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RAIN WATER HARVESTING: Short Essay

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RAIN WATER HARVESTING As you know 2/3 of the world’s land area are filled with water. In India especially Kerala is blessed with water in ancient times. But now the picture is changed. Nearly a billion people in the world do not have access to clean drinking water. And if the govt, arid the community do not care, the number of those who would be badly in need of potable water could swell to a mind boggling 2.5 million in just 25 years. And more shockingly the majority of these people would be in India. So warned the former Prime Minister Vajpayee while opening a two day seminar on rain water harvesting in New Delhi on May 22, 2000. Calling for people’s participation in tackling water scarcity, the prime minister said that the center and the state alone cannot be expected to tackle the problem. He emphasized the need for anion wide people’s movement would include nongovernmental organizations Panchayat Raj institutions, business and citizens to manage country’s water resources that would include rain water harvesting as one measure that stands out for its “simplicity, efficacy and affordability”. Prime Minister’s voice must find an echo in the chords of every conscientious citizen. In water resources too we see strange paradoxes....
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PURIFY OUR RIVERS: Essay Topics

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PURIFY OUR RIVERS Man settled down first in the banks of rivers. That is why ancient civilizations, they are river valley civilizations. Rivers provided man with one of the most important necessities of life i.e. water. Later become the easiest mode of transport. Early man depended on rivers so much that he believed them to be heavenly gift-River is gift of nature. When towns and cities appeared on the banks of the river, the situation changed. All the waste, including organic wastes from the factories dumped in to the rivers. Rivers once the brilliant bracelets of nature became ugly scars, they carried poison. They contained all kinds of disease germs. The Europeans were the first to realize the grewity of the situation. They immediately dirtying of river were prohibited by law. River banks were cleaned and parks appeared them. Now their rivers are their pride. The situation is true for India as far as dirtying rivers is concerned. But several rivers of India are closely related to Hindu-Mythology, so it is not easy to protect the rivers by law. Destruction of plant life on the bank has cancelled soil erosion. The soil has made the river shallow. Our former Prime minister is bent up on getting Ganga cleaned. So one of the first step should...
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PROPER USE OF LEISURE RESULTS IN HAPPINESS: Essay

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PROPER USE OF LEISURE RESULTS IN HAPPINESS What is this Life, if full of care, We have no time to stand and stare.                                                                                                                                                                      — W.H. Davies The happiest people are those who think the most interesting thoughts. Those who decide to use leisure as a means of mental development, who love good music, good books, good pictures, good company, good conversation, are the happiest people in the world. And they are not only happy in themselves; they are the cause of happiness in others.                                                                                      ...
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Essay Writing about SCIENCE & CIVILIZATION

English_Master August 3, 2016 No Comments
SCIENCE & CIVILIZATION Well civilization is not the synonym of culture. Do not get confused. Culture flows as the innate peculiarities that hold a nation, sometimes for centuries. It does not change every now and then. It may if a country is devastd by long wars or remain slaves for very long time as is the case with many African countries. These too the cultural background is mixed with European culture. Civilization changes as the condition in the country and the world change. There is always change in the norm of civilization with scientific development. We can say that science and civilization as the two banks, between which the river of national aspirations flows. They develop with the development in the aspiration of a country or the world at large. We have the civilization of the Stone Age. The stones are changed into different shapes. The scientists of the age prepared their own arm and ammunition from stones. Civilization and science both were in their initial stages. The relics of Mohenjo-Daro tell of us of a different civilization much advanced than that of the Stone Age. The scientists of this age made brick houses, tanks and many other things. Both science and civilization had developed. Look back to the...
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SCIENCE – A MENACE TO HUMANITY: Essay Topics

English_Master August 3, 2016 No Comments
SCIENCE – A MENACE TO HUMANITY This modern age is called the age of science. Science has brought great changes in the life of man. It converted much impossibility. Science gave electricity, electronics, telephones, aeroplanes and several other things for pleasure and comfort of man. It has minimized suffering and increased happiness of man. Science is also responsible for human misery in many ways. Science through industrialization and mechanization brought urbanization, unemployment and unequal division of monetary benefits. Rich have grown richer and poor became poor. The mankind has been divided into haves and have-nots or rich and poor. The poor toil more and rich enjoy more. This unequal balance of humanity is due to science. Science is responsible for wars and deadly modem weapons like long range remote control and radar guided missiles, poisonous gases, biological weapons, atom bomb, hydrogen and neutron bombs that can destroy the whole of the world population and the world in few seconds only. Such weapons are amassed by superpowers in greater number. The recent star war projects developed by America to prove its superiority in a deadly menace to the world peace. When the different nations in the world stall their mad frenzy of arm race is not known. Today the whole...
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Essay about SHOULD DRINKING BE PROHIBITED?

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SHOULD DRINKING BE PROHIBITED? Except drunkard, no one else supports drinking. It is a great social evil. It is bad for the individual as well as for society. The drunkard becomes addicted to wine in different ways. Mostly, the people acquire this bad habit in undesirable society. Some take to it as a mark of fashion in the beginning. But gradually they become drink addicts. Whatever may be the reasons for drinking, it is indisputable that is a great evil. Evil effects of drinking are innumerable. Family life of the drunkard becomes miserable. All his money is drained off by this evil habit. He becomes morally degraded. Infact, drinking is the stepping stone to all other vices. It leads to gambling and prostitution. This evil habit degrades the drunkard in the eyes of the people. It is bad not only for the individual but also for society. Efforts have been made from time to time to drive out the demon of drink from the society. Some religions strictly forbid their followers from drinking. Mahatma Gandhi was deadly against it. It was his influence which made AICC declared prohibition, as its main item of social reform. As a result of this resolution soon after independence congress ministries in many states...
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SHRI LAL BAHADUR SHASTRI: Short Essay

English_Master August 3, 2016 No Comments
SHRI LAL BAHADUR SHASTRI Our favourable leader Lal Bahadur Shastri was born on 2nd October 1904, at Mughalsarai, a small town of U.P. He belonged to a lower middle class family. He was born and brought up in the cradle of poverty. Shri Lal Bahadur Shastri got his early education, at Kashi Vidyapeeth. It was a place where he drank the rich springs of Indian culture and civilization. He mouled his living according to the Indian way of life. After completing his education Shri Lal Bahadur Shastri turned to the poor condition of his countrymen under the British rule. He could not tolerate the sufferings of his countrymen. He was deeply moved by the starvation and nakedness of this countryman. Compelled by these circumstances he joined Indian politics. He came in contact with Indian National leaders like Nehru. He worked hard and fought bravely. He became a number of the servants of the people’s society. He joined congress and worked under its leaders who were leading the National Movements. When India got her freedom, Shastri handled difficult tasks. He held important offices in the Indian National Congress and became Union Minister several times. As a minister whether of Railways, Commerce and Industry or Home affairs, Shri Shastri discharged his...
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