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Communal violence in IndiaBY: Muhammed Haris | Category: Relationships | Post Date: 2009-07-05
Communal violence has been a major peace-breaking aspect in India. India is a country with a lot of diversity is terms of religion, language and culture. Very good co-ordination is needed to maintain the unity in the diversity and to keep the peace in the society. But this has not been the case. Often we hear the communal violence in the society. Actually it starts for insignificant reasons, but when it takes the color of communities, the people blindly divide themselves into the parties and they quarrel each other.
India was the country which was holding up the concept of universal peace and brotherhood. In Indian history we can see many ideals for the communal peace and c-operation. In the freedom fight, the co-operation shown by our elders is a magnificent example for us. If they would not have shown such a unity, we would not have gained the freedom, what we are enjoying today. But when we got the freedom in our hands, we have forgotten those ideologies and we blindly fight each other.
In India, everybody has the right to follow his or her own religion. When it is fact, there is no matter in opposing or hurting the belief of other religion's people. We should go with the theme of live peacefully and let others live peacefully. The matter of violence comes only when we categories ourselves into many groups. So we need to admire the single group, which unites us. That group is the group or the concept of humanity. If we go with the concept of humanity and respect the people, there will not be a scope for any communal violence.
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About Author / Additional Info: Hi I am Muhammed Haris, working for Hinduja (Formelry HTMT) Global Solutions,Bangalore,INDIA. You may reach me at firstname.lastname@example.org or at +919739094168
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