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Evil of Wars Essay For Class 6

( 205 Words ) : Evil of the war is one of the most dangerous outcome of today's developed civilization. Both evil and war were nourished very smartly and intelligently to access more control and resources and for maintaining superpower status among the nations. Wars bring a lot of miseries in a continuous chain. War can't be stopped by revenge and hostility. Life becomes uncertain and much unbearable. The humanitarian activities also becomes unmanageable. Media becomes biased and gives wrong information for achieving war gains. This results more damage to the common man. Prices of commodities rises or shoot-up. The daily use eatable also becomes unreachable. Insufficiency gives rise to black marketing. It also results hoarding .The common man murmer under misery and poverty. They find it difficult to make their both ends meet. Sometimes diseases spread and take a huge toll of life. Honest and humble people are rendered homeless in the twinkling of an eye. Simple and delicate l…

Globalization and its Effect Essay | Globalisation For Class 12

(676 Words): Globalization word has been used in various senses by the people. However it may be defined as worldwide integration of ideas, development, purpose, economy, market, policy etc. The transformation of regional and confined process or phenomena at global platform is also a part of globalisation. It may also be sensed as unification of men material and method in one chain to localise the global society and Industry.  
Globalisation started to spread its wing due to complexity of cross-border trade and due to demand of standardising system of differences of the countries. But globalisation has established a lot of positive and negative effects and it is the matter of concern of this essay.  
This word became much popular in connection to GATT agreement (General Agreement on Tarrif and Trade). Whenever the history of globalisation will be written, then GATT the giant leap will sure achieve the golden status in structuring national economy into global economy. It is because this …

Customs and Traditions of India are Rapidly Getting Lost Essay | For Class 12

(637 Words): Custom and tradition is a unique identity of a group, society, country etc that makes it different from other. It makes it original. It may be argued that custom and tradition is the foundation of a society in course of its social, political and economical development process.
Earlier people in society used to live within their customs and traditions. They respected their culture and obeyed it very strictly. Their lifestyle was very much different from today's lifestyle of the people. During old days people were remain stick to their customs and traditions and for this they have very high respect in the society. But today's lifestyle has lost its ground. We can say that it is decreasing very rapidly. People do not respect each other without any intention of return. We can see that people are adopting nuclear family concept because they think that joint family creates a lot of problems. But earlier people loved to live in joint family.
 We have also got shifted from…

Customs and Traditions of India Essay | For Class 8

(357 Words): Custom and Tradition is a vast subject . Its whole idea cannot be understood in short way. However strong effort is put here to  present  the practical scenario of custom and tradition of India. 

  Usual way of  living, thinking, believing, practicing,  acting and behaving in a particular circumstances is called custom . Handing down of these values verbally (mouth to  mouth)  or practically from generation to generation is called tradition.
custom of the people is immensely influenced by their religion and social values of a particular region.   The reason of this effect is the fact of the life that are birth, life and death and these are controlled by Almighty God. Everyone is fearful of losing life; which is the most precious possession of human beings. Finding better way for reaching to God has produced various beliefs. Other parameters that impacted customs of India are Sindhu civilisation, travellers, immigrants, traders, invaders like Mughal  and British. Sufi, Gajal…