NATIONAL INTEGRATION: Essay Topics

English_Master August 5, 2016 No Comments
NATIONAL INTEGRATION Our nation today is torn with conflicts plagued by crisis and shattered by animosity. There is blood bath in the name of religion, every department of human activity is politicized. Strides, violence and astrocitics have become the order of the day. Last but not the least corruption has shattered the rhythm of our national life, rendering it into dismal and doleful tunes. Horrified of the anarchy and chaos that reigns supreme; today national integration is felt to be the need of the hour. We have to be wide awake to the threats of our hostile neighbours, China and Pakistan. National integration is also necessary for social peace and security. A country without peace cannot progress. If there is no peace and mutual trust, there is no progress has been made in the field of art and literature, science and technology. She cannot play a major role in international affairs when she is herself in disorders. The clamours for “Azad Kashmir” “Khalistarf, “Hindu Rashtra” etc have the support of certain selfish quarters and political parties, who have put personal ambitions before national gains. Communal riots, ethnic strife, strikes and bandhs have become the norm of the day. Added to this, is the caste-based reservations in govt jobs and...
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NATIONAL INTEGRATION: Essay Topics

English_Master March 28, 2016 No Comments
NATIONAL INTEGRATION A country which has the craze of self rule and in which the community considers itself as one is called a nation. Economic independence, culture, language and territorial integration are the ties of a nation. There is a feeling of oneness, unity and commonness in it. India is a country where ‘National Integration’ is heard the most. There has been political disunity, rise and fall of various empires. Different languages are spoken here. People have different food habits. Different languages are propagated here. But Indian culture and customs united the Indians and promoted a feeling of oneness and common citizenship. National Integration is a psychological process. It means a well-knit society in which all are loyal to their country. It means that every Indian irrespective of caste, creed, language or religion belongs to India and is proud of his country. National Integration is very important for the all-round development of the country. In fact, its existence depends on it. There is different climate in India. Food habits are different, crops are different and there is a difference in people’s faiths and beliefs. They wear different dresses. Even the Indian customs and conventions are vast and varied. People pursue different sects and religions. There is difference even in...
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Essay Writing on NATIONAL INTEGRATION

English_Master March 27, 2016 No Comments
NATIONAL INTEGRATION A country which has the craze of self rule and in which the community considers itself as one is called a nation. Economic independence, culture, language and territorial integration are the ties of a nation. There is a feeling of oneness, unity and commonness in it India is a country where ‘National Integration’ is heard the most. There has been political disunity, rise and fall of various empires. Different languages are spoken here. People have different food habits. Different languages are propagated here. But Indian culture and customs united the Indians and promoted a feeling of oneness and common citizenship. National Integration is a psychological process. It means a well-knit society in which all are loyal to their country. It means that every Indian irrespective of caste, creed, language or religion belongs to India and is proud of his country. National Integration is very important for the all-round development of the country. In fact, its existence depends on it. There is different climate in India. Food habits are different, crops are different and there is a difference in people faiths and beliefs. They wear different dresses. Even the Indian customs and conventions are vast and varied. People pursue different sects and religions. There is difference even in...
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Essay Topics about NATIONAL INTEGRATION

English_Master March 19, 2016 No Comments
NATIONAL INTEGRATION British ruled India with the divide and rule policy as that suited them. Hindus, Muslims, Christians and Sikhs lived like brothers before the British came to India. The British planted the seed of separatism on the basis of language, religion and caste which resulted in suspicion and clashes. India was able to drive away the British but the seeds of discord shown by them still raise their ugly head every now and then. They managed to change the psyche of Indians to such an extent that even today people belonging to different religions are struggling to be one up from the other. Today the task before Indians is to unite again. Political leaders never tired of harping on the need for national integration time and again. India has been declared a secular state in which all religions are equal in law and an Indian can follow any faith that he wishes. India is a country of different languages, cultures, castes and religions. However, if we remain united we can overcome any aggression from any quarter. The motto-“United we stand, divided we fall”-faces the problems of communalism, regionalism, multilinguism, etc. Very few Indians think of themselves as Indians first and Hindus, Muslims or Christians later. This attitude has to...
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NATIONAL INTEGRATION: Essay Writing

English_Master December 7, 2015 No Comments
NATIONAL INTEGRATION British ruled India with the divide and rule policy as that suited them. Hindus, Muslims, Christians and Sikhs lived like brothers before the British came to India. The British planted the seed of separatism on the basis of language, religion and caste which resulted in suspicion and clashes. India was able to drive away the British but the seeds of discord shown by them still raise their ugly head every now and then. They managed to change the psyche of Indians to such an extent that even today people belonging to different religions are struggling to be one up from the other. Today the task before Indians is to unite again. Political leaders never tired of harping on the need for national integration time and again. India has been declared a secular state in which all religions are equal in law and an Indian can follow any faith that he wishes. India is a country of different languages, cultures, castes and religions. However, if we remain united we can overcome any aggression from any quarter. The motto—”United we stand, divided we fall”—faces the problems of communalism, regionalism, multilinguism, etc. Very few Indians think of themselves as Indians first and Hindus, Muslims or Christian later. This attitude has...
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NATIONAL INTEGRATION: Essay

English_Master November 30, 2015 No Comments
 NATIONAL INTEGRATION National Integration is a process involving the development of a feeling of unity and solidarity in the hearts of people. It is a sense of common citizenship and a feeling of loyalty to the nation as a whole. Ours is a nation of various religions and languages, caste and creeds. Despite all these we stood solidly behind great leaders like Mahatma Gandhi and Subhash Chandra Bose and fought for freedom from the foreign powers. But after 58 years of independence we still talks of ways of promoting national integration. It is really unfortunate. There are many factors that disrupt the integrity of the nation. For example, the communal riots, the atrocities committed on Harijans in various parts of the country, the linguistic chauvinism displayed by people and terrorist activities unleashed on particular communities have threatened the integrity of the nation. All these incidents led to the need of a greater sense of national unity among the people. Even after 58 years of independence it has not been possible to achieve the feelings of oneness. The tendency to think of only one’s state and allow purely local interest to override national considerations is seen everywhere. The concept of every citizen being Indian first and Indian last is ignored....
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Essay Writing on NATIONAL INTEGRATION

English_Master November 16, 2015 No Comments
NATIONAL INTEGRATION  India is a vast country with about 90 crore people (1991 Census: 86 crore). There are large number of states and centrally administrated areas. There are also a large number of languages and dialects. All these create diversities.  Major religions are Hindu, Muslim, Sikh, Jain, Christian and Buddha. Besides these, there are many other religions prevalent in the country. This also causes diversities. Profession are also many in the country. So there are wide income disparities and difference in living standards. People have wide difference in views, professions ad nature work. All these are to reduce to the minimum level to have uniformity in every level. The approach to remove all these diversities is to have national integration in its proper meaning. All the people must have the same approach and target to have prosperity for the nation. All the difference of language, religion, caste and class must be discarded and have national integration. Existence of different language in the country cause so many complexities and difficulties. For a smooth development of the country there must not be any language barrier. It will enhance the free flow of ideas amongst men of different areas and using different language. Different religions of the nation divide the people in...
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Essay on NATIONAL INTEGRATION

English_Master May 1, 2015 No Comments
NATIONAL INTEGRATION India is a land or a variety of races, religion and languages. Hindus, Muslims, Sikhs, Christians, Buddhists, Jains, Parses, etc are here. But each community appreciate and love every other community. There are various linguistic groups speaking different languages such as Hindi, Gujarati, Punjabi, Malayalam, Oriya, Assamee, Urdu, Bengali, etc. Each linguistic group respects the language of every other group. Therefore, the Indians have developed into one nation by the influence of common territory, common history and common fight for freedom against foreign rules. Whenever India faces threat or some major calamity happens, Indians all stand together with a sense of emotional oneness to fight against evil forces and unnatural situation. These are the different aspects of national integration.        National integration is an optimistic aspect. It is a feeling of unity in diversity. It is a crying need of the day in India. It reduces socio-cultural and economic differences of inequalities and strengthens national unity and harmony, which is not imposed by any power. The strong unity bond in the national integration enables us to love together peacefully, identifying ourselves as Indians. In short, it is this feeling of oneness that constitutes the very basis of national integration.        There are different factors that make certain...
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Essay Topics on NATIONAL INTEGRATION

English_Master March 23, 2015 No Comments
NATIONAL INTEGRATION A country which has the craze of self rule and in which the community considers itself as the one is called a nation. Economic independence, culture, language and territorial integration are the ties of a nation. There are feeling of oneness, unity and commonness in it. India is a country where ‘National Integration’ is heard the most. There has been political disunity, rise and fall of various empires. Different languages are propagated here. But Indian culture and customs united the Indians and promoted a feeling of oneness and common citizenship. National integration is a psychological process. It means a well-knit society in which all are loyal to their country. It means that every Indian irrespective of their caste, creed, language or religion belongs to India and proud of his country. National Integration is very important for the all-round development of the country. In fact, its existence depends on it. There is different climate in India. Food habits are different, crops are different and there is difference in faiths and beliefs. They wear different dresses. Even the Indian customs and convention are vast and varied. People pursue different sects and religions. There is difference even in the lands. The northern are very fertile. There are hills and mountain...
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