This is to remind ourselves that we live in a country of diversity but need unity for sustenance.Indians mostly speak 66 languages, practise 22 religions, live in 23+ states and belong to countless tribes. Very often marriages outside caste religion and tribe are prohibited. Even inter dining between two tribes is a big taboo. Our prime minister from Punjab represented Assam in Rajyasabha for a long time.There is no unanimity in deciding the political boss because of these divisions and so we can not accept political power outside a single secular internationalized family. The questioner printed (typed) her name in three languages one of which I can not read . In spite of all this we call ourselves "world`s largest democracy" QAUMI EKTA WEEK is thus needed.
“Even if I died in the service of the nation, I would be proud of it. Every drop of my blood…will contribute to the growth of this nation and to make it strong and dynamic.” – Indira Gandhi What determines India as a “unique” nation is its unity in diversity. A number of traditions, culture, races and religions come together to form the Country of India, and Indians breathe oneness in everything they do. 19th November is the birth anniversary of India’s first lady Prime minister Indira Gandhi. However, 31st October marks a mournful day in India as it was the day Indira Gandhi was assassinated by her own bodyguards. Quami Ekta Divas, also known as National Integration Day is observed on the day our First Woman Prime Minister died.
On 19th November, in the historic town of Allahabad, Indira Priyadarshini Nehru was born to Mrs Kamala Nehru and Mr. Jawaharlal Nehru. Born in a politically influential family, Gandhi was deprived of a normal childhood. Her father and mother’s struggle for freedom sowed the seeds of patriotism in her tender heart. After finishing her studies, Gandhi served as the unofficial personal secretary to her father during his tenure as India’s first Prime Minister. She was then appointed...
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