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मतदान पर निबंध। Essay on Voting in Hindi

"चुनाव पर निबंध " "चुनाव हैं लोकतंत्र का आधार, अवश्य करें उपयोग अपना मताधिकार ।"  प्रस्तावना- चुनाव या निर्वाचन प्रक्रिया लोकतंत्र का अहम अंग है। यह लोकतंत्र की एक अभिन्न प्रक्रिया है जिसके द्वारा लोग अपने प्रतिनिधियों को चुनते हैं। चुनाव के द्वारा ही आधुनिक लोकतंत्र में विधायिका के विभिन्न पदों पर आसीन होने के लिये व्यक्तियों को चुना जाता है। चुनाव के द्वारा ही क्षेत्रीय एवं स्थानीय निकायों के लिये भी व्यक्तियों का चुनाव होता है। वर्तमान में तो चुनाव का प्रयोग व्यापक स्तर पर प्रत्येक स्थान पर होने लगा है। चुनाव का महत्व- लोकतंत्र में चुनाव का विशेष महत्व होता है। चुनाव के माध्यम से राजनीतिक नेताओं को शांतिपूर्वक कुशलता के साथ चुना जाता है। इसके अलावा, किसी राष्ट्र के नागरिक अपना वोट डालकर एक ऐसा नेता चुनते हैं, जिसे सर्वसहमति प्राप्त होती है। चुनाव की एक खास बात यह भी है कि यदि जनता किसी नेता के कार्य से खुश नहीं है तो उसे सत्ता से हटा भी सकती है। लगभग सभी लोकतांत्रिक देशों में आम नागरिकों को स्वतंत्र रूप से चुनाव लड़ने की अनुमति है। चुनाव वह उपकरण है जो सत्ता को आ

Of all the subjects you are studying at present which one do you think would be most useful to you in future and why?

Of all the subjects you are studying at present which one do you think would be most useful to you in future and why?   ⚫  Introduction Need for so many study subjects.    ⚫  Their relevance.   ⚫  The subject of my choice.    ⚫  How it would be useful to me in future.   ⚫  Conclusion: The multiplicity of subjects that we have to study bewilders me. I do sometimes wonder about the utility of studying Shakespeare in English Literature, History, Geography, Social Studies, etc.  There are a host of other subjects, which have probably no use in our later lives. One could understand if we were to study the History and Geography of our country.  What is perplexing, however, is that we have to learn the history and geography of different countries and continents, that we shall probably never even see in our lives.  Though valid, this hypothesis is far from the truth. All the subjects are equally relevant, to have a holistic view of things in our later lives, irrespective of the subject that we

There are three kinds of people in the world wills, the won'ts and the can'ts

There are three kinds of people in the world wills, the won'ts and the can'ts. The first accomplish everything, the second opposes everything, and the third fails in everything. By giving reasons or referring to some incidents, state in which category you fall. Introduction-Agree with the statement.  Man has done the impossible by sheer willpower  Meeting challenges is the essence of life.  Examples from history  Qualities put me in the category of 'Wills'  Optimistic outlook on life and opportunities  Never-say-die attitude  Value time  Self-motivation and desire to excel  Conclusion: We must not only wish and aspire for something but also work with resolve to achieve it, for 'God helps those who help themselves'  There is much truth in the above adage, which describes the types of human beings in the world "The wills, the won'ts and the can'ts. The first accomplishes everything, the second opposes everything and the third fails in everything. &qu

Elements of Western Culture have had a very influential role on cultures of the world

Elements of Western Culture have had a very influential role on the cultures of the world. How are these elements different from those of Indian culture?  What according to you, should we as Indians adopt from the West to make life more meaningful.  •   Introduction - Colonization by the European powers resulted in Western culture influencing different cultures of the world.  • How is Western culture different from Indian culture   Western culture is individually oriented resulting in nuclear families while Indian culture is family-oriented It is more self-centred and materialistic. It is flexible and practical with few customs and traditions while Indian culture is the oldest, caters to different religions and is spiritually oriented It is open and exhibitionist in nature resulting in immoral social conduct, not approved in Indian society •  Good things we can adopt from the West are Issues like gender equality, human rights and a progressive outlook on life.  •  Conclusion - Wester

Developed India Developed Railway Essay

  Developed India Developed Railway Essay Introduction: India's railway system stands as a symbol of its progress, connecting people, cultures, and economies across vast distances. A developed railway network is pivotal to the nation's growth, serving as a lifeline for both urban and rural populations. This essay delves into the significance of a developed railway system in India and how it contributes to the country's overall development. Historical Perspective: The inception of India's railways dates back to the British colonial era, where the first train journey took place in 1853 from Mumbai to Thane. Since then, the Indian Railways has evolved into one of the world's largest railway networks, covering extensive geographical terrain and serving millions daily. Over the years, India's railway system has undergone significant modernization and expansion, catering to diverse transportation needs. Connectivity and Accessibility: A developed railway system enhanc

The Black Power Movement Essay

  The Black Power Movement Essay  Introduction: The Black Power Movement emerged as a pivotal force in the 1960s, advocating for racial pride, self-determination, and socio-political empowerment among African Americans.  Rooted in the civil rights struggles of the time, the movement encompassed diverse ideologies and strategies aimed at confronting systemic racism and fostering community solidarity.  This essay explores the historical context, ideologies, key figures, and lasting impact of the Black Power Movement within the broader narrative of American history. Historical Context: The Black Power Movement evolved amidst the turbulent backdrop of the 1960s, marked by widespread racial segregation, economic inequality, and state-sanctioned violence against African Americans.  While the civil rights movement made significant strides in challenging segregation and securing legal rights, many Black activists grew disillusioned with the slow pace of progress and the persistence of institut

Modes Of Communication Are Constantly Changing

Modes of communication are constantly changing. What are some of these changes? Say which one change you like best and why? Introduction:- Man being a social animal evolved different modes of communication from sign language to words, letters, the telephone and the telegraph. The advent of the twenty-first century paved the way for the internet. The World Wide Web made communication possible instantly. Telephones made way for mobiles. These come loaded with value-added features and are the best way to stay connected with your near and dear ones. Integrating the Internet in the mobile is undoubtedly the best change ever to have taken place. This now enables me to use my dead time to more effective use. Conclusion:- Our insatiable need to communicate has led to constant change in our mode of communication, the best being the advent of mobile phones. Life today is unimaginable without it. 'Man is by nature a social animal,' said the Greek philosopher Aristotle. This attribute ma