Unity And Integrity Essay Examples

Essay No. 01

National Integration

A country which has the craze for self rule and in which all the communities consider 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 most. There has been political disunity, and rise and fall of various empires. Different languages are spoken here. People have different food habits. Different religions are propagated here. But Indian culture and customs has united the Indians and promoted a feeling of oneness and common citizenship.

National Integration is a psychological process. It means a will knit society in which all are loyal to their country. National Integration is very important for the all-round development of the country. In fact, its existence depends on it.

There are different climates in India. Food habits are different, crops are different and there is a difference in faiths and beliefs. They wear different dresses. Even the Indian customs and conventions are vast and varied. The people pursued different sects and religions. There is difference even in the lands. The northern area is very fertile. There are hills and mountain ranges here. In south there are deserts, barren lands and plateaus.

As a result, its soil is different in fertility and nature. The taste and temperament color, features are all different. There are fanatic people who create communal disturbances in the name of religion. Casteism, provincialisms are also rampant in our society. Sectarianism and communalism disrupt our inner harmony. The states have been created on the basis of language formula.

In spite of all the diversity of culture India stands united. It is because our constitution was so designed to give equal rights to people every religion, sect, area, sex and culture. We cannot forget the noble service done to this country by Late Sardar Vallahbhai Patel in this direction. He was the iron man of India who wrought miracle by unifying all the numerous essentially needed to keep India alive we cannot allow disintegration of any kind. It is our prestige.

There are forces now that resort to communalism, provincialism and parochialism. They have their vested interest. They do not stand for India. They want it to disintegrate. They are tools in the hands of some foreign elements. They do not like to see India united and strong. Pakistan and Bangladesh are the recent creations carved out of India. We cannot bear further divisions. We have to crush the movements of secession with a strong hand.

Let us promote national integration by doing everything what is possible. Let us encourage all the forces of patriotism along with promotion of good-will and mutual trust among people of different areas, castes, religions. A sincere effort by in this direction. Any negative activity in this regard should out grievances of different sections of people is essential before things go out of control.

Essay No. 2

National Integration

          India is a multi racial and multi religious country. It is a purist State. It is a secular country where the people of all religions worship, without any let or hindrance, according to their religious practices, though subject to law and order.

          Geographically and linguistically, India has a vast variety. It is a unity in diversity. The Indian people in different States and regions eat different kinds of food. They wear different clothes, they speak different languages. They have different castes and they observe different religious practices. Still they are all Indians.

          It is a pity that communal riots take place in different parts of our country off and on. Mostly the innocent, gullible people are incited by political leaders and religious habits to indulge in acts of violence and resort to arson, murder loot mayhem, etc.

          The result is untold loss to life and property mostly of innocent. Such people should be dealt with sternly.

          An awakening and love for the country should be brought about among the common people. These are the innocent illiterate people who are most gullible and most likely to be led astray. Therefore, the literacy campaign should be intensified.

          Students should be given patriotic lectures in colleges and the school and college curricula should include lives of great national leaders. Practice of pilgrimages, fairs, etc. where members of all communities participate should be encouraged.

 

Essay No. 3

 

National Integration

Mahatma Gandhi once said “We have to produce a society of those people who profess different religions, but they live like brothers.” In fact, this statement of Mahatma Gandhi has the essence of national integration in India, where people of different religions live together. The feeling of oneness in different religions, castes, communities and regions is called national integration.

The British rulers sowed the seeds of hatred among the people of different religions in  India, because they believed in the policy of “Divide and Rule”. The British government in India encouraged Muslim League to demand Pakistan on the basis of separate religion and separate nation. But the Constitution of free India lays down that India is a secular state which means that people of different religions have full freedom of worship in this country  and they live like brothers.

National integration means that we should have a true spirit of patriotism in our hearts. We should think that we Indians first and members of a particular religion afterwards. We should consider ourselves part and parcel of our country. We should  always remember the following words of Swami Ram Tirath.

 “The land of India is my own body. The Comorin is my feet and the Himalayas are my head. From my hair flows the Ganga and from my head comes the Brahmaputra. The Vidhyachal is grit round my loins.”

We stand in the need of true patriotism. If all of us become true patriots, there will be no communal riots in this holy land of India. But alas, these riots have been rising their ugly head from time to time in free India. We were justified when we blamed the British rulers in India for encouraging communal riots in this country. But there is no justification  for the communal riots even after getting our independence.

The recent communal riots in Assam, Gujarat, U.P., Delhi and Punjab are a blot on the fair name of our holy country. It is a matter of shame and sorrow that even Hindus and Sikhs of the Punjab, who till now had been living like brothers, have fallen a prey to communal riots after the tragic killing of Indira Gandhi. The need of the hour is that  all Punjabis should consider one another as brothers and live peacefully as such.

India is a vast country, where many languages are spoken by people. This causes a great hindrance in the way of national integration. The people of a country remain united if there is a single national language spoken by all its people. Hindi can become such a national language but people of the South do not own it as their National Language.

Any now, efforts should be made by the Government of India that all people in this country may own Hindi as their national language even if they use English as link language. To achieve national integration, people of all provinces, castes, religions  and linguistic group must be taught to honour the national emblems like National Flag and National Anthem. Provinces should be organized on geographical basis and not on linguistic basis. Beside it a healthy public opinion is to be created in favour of National Integration through the media of Press, Radio and Television. Festivals should promote a sense of oneness and unity among the people. Diwali, Holi, Id and Christmas can be celebrated as National  Festivals. Political parties should be organized on principles and not on the basis of caste, region or region. 

 

Essay No. 04

 

National Integration

India is a sovereign democratic secular State. Here, all the people have equal rights and duties without discrimination on the basis of religion, caste, colour, creed, region, language, etc.

India is a multi-racial and multi religious country. It is a plurist State. It is a secular country where the people of all religions worship, without any let or hindrance, according to their religious practices, though subject to law and order.

Geographically and linguistically, India has a vast variety. It is a unity in diversity. The Indian people in different States and regions eat different kinds of food. They wear different clothes. They speak different languages. They have different castes and they observe different religious practices. Still, they are all Indians.

It is a pity that communal riots take place in different parts of our country off and on. Mostly, the innocent, gullible people are incited by political leaders and religious bigots to indulge in acts of violence and resort to arson, murder, loot, mayhem, etc.

The result is untold loss to life and property, mostly of innocent people. Such people should be dealt with sternly.

An awakening and love for the country should be brought about among the common people. These are the innocent illiterate people who are most gullible and most likely to be led astray. Therefore, the literacy campaign should be intensified.

Intercaste and inter-religious marriages should be less encouraged. People should be encouraged to celebrate together festivals sacred to all religions. Ancient monuments whether temples or mosques should be considered national monuments.

Students should be given patriotic lectures in colleges and the school and college curricula should include lives of great national leaders. Practice of pilgrimages, fairs, etc. where members of all communities. participate should be encouraged.

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This question will generate many opinions, as there is no one right answer. In other words, national unity will mean different things to different people. 

If we look at history, one thing that we can say for certain is that there will always be differences of opinions and beliefs. There was never a time when people agreed perfectly. In light of this, national unity is impossible, if we define it as the agreement of all citizens. In light of this, it would be better to state that national unity is the agreement of the people of a country to agree to disagree. 

If we use America as a test case, then there were times when America had national unity. For example, during World War II, American for the most part was behind the war efforts. Those who disagreed, such as pacifists, did not hinder the efforts, and those who supported the war allowed for differences of opinion.

Another way to view national unity is when most of the citizen of a country agree on a certain course of action.

In the end, as was stated in the beginning, there will be differences of opinion. 

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