National integration day 2021

National Integration Day 2021:

India celebrates National Integration Day on November 19 every year. The day marks the birth anniversary of the first woman Prime Minister of republic of India, Indira Gandhi. The main motive behind celebrating the day is to encourage people about unity, peace, love, and brotherhood amongst them.

National Unity Day

Who started national integration day

The National Integration Council started in a conference convened by then Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru in September–October 1961. National Integration Day 2021 will provide a stage for boycotting Hate spread between communities.

Essay on national unity Day

National Unity Day in India is celebrated every year on 19 November as the most important social event for national integrity . The Government of India also implement a full week program for greater awareness among the people about national integration to celebrate November 19 to 25 as National Integration Week.

What unity mean for India

India is famous for its vast cultures, traditions, races, religions, castes and creeds. We cannot overlook that it still belongs to developing countries because of the diverse thinking of the people living here.
People living here think differently as per their culture and religion. Which is a big issue of hindering the development of the individual and the country. India is famous for unity in diversity. This is not true because the people here are not ready to accept the opinion of others for development.

How to achieve unity & integrity

Every individual living in this country, always tries that his religion is better than others. Everything he think and do is always greater than others. People of different castes and religion live here. hysical, emotional, arguing, arguing in many ways, prove them only for the best for their benefit. They never think together about their country. They never think that the development of our country is not possible only with development of individual. Single identities of all, but only with the unified identity of all.

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