National integration is essential for any nation with socio-cultural, religious, linguistic and geographical diversities. And for a country like ours, it is still more necessary. As we know, India is a very large country. We have the second-largest population in the world. A unique feature of our country is that all the major religions of the world are practised here such as Hinduism, Islam, Christianity, Buddhism, Sikhism, Jainism, and Zoroastrianism.
There are also great varieties in costume, food habits, and social customs. Geographically, our land is diverse and there are amazing differences in climate. Despite all these differences, India is one political entity. We have to co-exist with each other peacefully, respect the culture and religion of our fellow Indians. This is possible only when national integration is realised in the true sense of the term.
To maintain national integration, it is necessary to participate in the elements of national integration. We need to recall the stories of countless nationalists who laid down their lives to maintain national independence and sovereignty.
- National Integration in India – Common Identity of Citizens
- National Integration: Role of Constitution and Institutions
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