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Communal Harmony

By Kaustubh Srivastava, Nishant Jaiswal


Class – XI (Science)
Contents
 What is Communal Harmony?
 Why is it important?
Communal  Obstruction in Religious Harmony
Harmony  Value of Communal Harmony in Traditional India
 Examples
 Conclusion
  Amity between the communities in the country and absence of friction
and tension among them is known as communal harmony. In countries
like India, it is very important, being a Precondition to internal peace,
which is essential for progress and development of the country.
What is
Communal
Harmony?
 India has set an important example of communal harmony to this
world. India is the only country of the world where people of all
religion and beliefs have been living peacefully for a long time. It is
important to note that even during the reign of British, there was
no tension among the various religious people.
Why is it
Important?
 Communal harmony as such is highly sensitive an issue and
Obstruction cannot be soft-pedalled anymore in view of our traditional value,
in Religious com cultural heritage and secular character of our state.
Harmony
Value 0f  Communal harmony as such is highly sensitive an issue and
Communal cannot be soft-pedalled anymore in view of our traditional value,
Harmony in com cultural heritage and secular character of our state.
Traditional
India
 For the sake of maintaining communal harmony, Akbar the
started a new religion Din-e-Iiahi. He made a Rajput lady his wife
gave equal respect is Hindu religion.

Examples
 Dr Bheem Rao Ambedkar, who was the founders of our
constitution also underlined the need of co harmony and provided
for equal rights to all Indians irrespective of caste, colour and
creed.
 It made our democracy system stronger main problem is how to
maintain communal harmony at administrative and social levels.

Examples
 India, a multi-religious, multilingual and multi- racial country, has
always ‘enjoyed the essential unity of culture amidst diversities
that kept her people united. After independence, narrow religious,
regional and communal feelings attracted the country. The
Conclusion apparently mindless communal tensions and bloody riots that
take place occasionally create a sense of mistrust among the two
principal religious communities involved in clashes. The country
pays a heavy price for such disturbances through loss of life and
property.
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