Free Essays on Social Evils In India

  1. social work

    Man is primarily a member of a social community. He should not only be concerned about himself but also for the welfare and development of society as a whole. It is truly said that “Jana-Seva” is “Janardhana-Seva”. The feeling of self-satisfaction that comes when one sees the unshed tears of joy in the...

  2. Social problems

    What Are Social Problems? Answer A social problem is a condition that at least some people in a community view as being undesirable. Social problems directly or indirectly affect a person or many members of a society and are considered to be problems, controversies related to moral values or both...

  3. Social Evils

    Indian society suffers from a number of social evils. In the past these social evils stood in the way of our progress. Therefore, many religious and social reformers have, from time to time, been advocating the eradication of these evils. In the past, great religious men like Guru Nanak and Bhakt Kabir...

  4. Social Evil

    Sample essay on Social Evils Still Persist in our society Social evils are prevalent in almost all the backward countries. Surprising enough that India, a country proud of her ancient culture is no exception to it. Conservatism and fundamentalism apart there are certain customs that smear the face of...

  5. 1920 Evil Returns Bollywood And Social Media Marketing

    For the exclusive use of s. zhang, 2014. IMB 437 SUHRUTA KULKARNI, KARTHIKA A. S. AND U. DINESH KUMAR 1920 EVIL RETURNS – BOLLYWOOD AND SOCIAL MEDIA MARKETING Horror story tellers get a high out of the sensation they sell. Some people like to be the life of a party by making people laugh. In a group...

  6. A Social Sciene Worksheet Answer for Class 8

    PULLOUT Worksheets SOLUTIONS Social Science Class Solutions can be downloaded from our Website www.OswaalBooks.com Published by : 8 OSWAAL BOOKS “Oswaal House” 1/11, Sahitya Kunj, M.G. Road, AGRA-282002 Ph.: 0562-2857671, 2527781, Fax : 0562-2854582, 2527784 email : contact@oswaalbooks...

  7. Judicial Activism in India: a Necessary Evil

    JUDICIAL ACTIVISM IN INDIA: A NECESSARY EVIL Arpita Saha National Law University, Jodhpur, India ABSTRACT Judicial activism has always been a source of heated debate, especially in the light of recent developments in this regard. Over the last few years with various controversial decisions, judges of...

  8. Evil in Sherlock Holmes "The Speckled Band"

    Good vs. Evil, in “The Adventure of the Speckled Band” This essay will examine the concept of “good vs. evil” as appears in the mystery story “The Adventure of the Speckled Band” written by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle in 1892. Speckled Band is a Sherlock Holmes mystery and one of the twelve stories...

  9. Social Evils Poverty and Health

    Social Evils, poverty and health Poverty is one of the most important social evils and a major determinant of ill health (1). From time it is known that poor social status is a major determinant of disease and reduces longevity in a big way. The Charaka Samhita recognized...

  10. Status of Women in India

    Ashwarya Subhluxmi The Status of women in India The lifestyle of Indian women has undergone colossal changes each millennium. In the Vedic period, roughly between 1700 and 1100 BCE, when the first Hindi scriptures also known as Vedas in Sanskrit were being composed, women enjoyed a very privileged...

  11. Press in India Really Free?

    to publish. This is a common routine of any journalist and reporter in India and probably in any other country of the world. From a self-learned blogger turning an online journalist I never observed lack of press freedom in India except in some Maoist affected states and a few parts of Kashmir. In fact...

  12. Social Evils of India

    India, the cradle of civilization, is now beset with a number of social evils. They are so numerous that one shudders to think of them. There have been social reformers like Raja Ram Mohan Ray, Maharishi Daya Nand and Swarni Shradhanand. They fought against social evils but these evils were so deep-rooted...

  13. social fire

    and Urban Problems in India Many scholars have referred to characteristic differences between the rural and urban areas and social problems are often identified by these differences. Characteristics of Rural Problems The significant characteristics of the rural areas in India which are associated with...

  14. Dowry an Evil for Socitety

    DOWRY: AN EVIL FOR SOCIETY DOWRY DOWRY or DAHEJ is payment or agreement to pay any property or valuable security or cash by the bride’s family to the bridegroom’s family along with the giving away of bride (called Kanyadan) .In our society it is generally given by the girl’s family to the boy’s family...

  15. Social Problems of India

    Social Problems in India Social problems in India require deep insight into the rich heritage and culture of the country. It is deep rooted in the Indian heritage and from that is has outgrown to a serious crime prevailing within the boundaries. India is certainly one of the fastest developing...

  16. Hindu Militancy and the State of Interreligious Dialogue in India

    HINDU MILITANCY AND THE STATE OF INTERRELIGIOUS DIALOGUE IN INDIA The Present Context: As the second largest democracy in the world, India sustains a political system identified itself as the Sovereign Socialist Secular Democratic Republic. It has a history of long-standing tolerance and peace...

  17. INDIA. MY DREAMS

    foremost dream I have for India is to see her in category of most developed nations of this world. I dream of an India which is 100 per cent literate, where everyone is employed and there is absolutely no poverty. India has been a messenger of peace even in past as it was India that mooted the very idea...

  18. Corruption in India

    Corruption in India Corruption is not a new phenomenon in India. It has been prevalent in society since ancient times. History reveals that it was present even in the Mauryan period. Great scholar Kautilya mentions the...

  19. Dowry System in India

    People in India give much preference to family relationships and most of them follow arranged marriage system .According to this system there is no possibility for separation and marriage is forever. As divorce is not acknowledged amongst most Indians it is vital that the marriage choice is...

  20. India After Independence-Cons

    It has been 65 years since India won its independence from the British. A lot has changed in these years. From the silent films to the musical blockbusters, from the patriotism to the capitalism, from joint families to nuclear families, India has grown and changed. But with the growing population of...

  21. Social Evil

    SOCIAL EVILS The social evils and superstitions that had crept in the society over the centuries made social reforms imperative for the development of the society and the masses. In the 19th century, the newly educated persons increasingly revolted against rigid social conventions and outdated customs...

  22. Dr. Ambedkar a Great Worshipper of Social Equality

    DR. AMBEDKAR: A GREAT WORSHIPPER OF SOCIAL EQUALITY There have been a number of great people in the world who have dedicated themselves to the struggles of the emancipation and upliftment of the powerless victims of the systems in their countries. Dr. Ambedkar has been a great advocate of equal rights...

  23. Ancient India

    Ancient India The civilizations of the Indus River Valley were a very unique group for a number of reasons. As with most ancient civilizations, the social, political and economic systems were guided by religious beliefs. For ancient Indians; however, religious practice literally dictated most levels...

  24. Unesco-Higher Education in India-Vision N Action.Doc

    Higher Education in India Vision and Action Country Paper UNESCO World Conference on Higher Education in the Twenty-First Century Paris, 5-9 October 1998 Indian National Commission for Cooperation with UNESCO October 1998 This paper has been brought out by Indian National Commission...

  25. Significance of Godbole in Passage to India

    In E. M. Forster’s A Passage to India, the reader experiences multiple layers within the novel beginning with the structure, the focus on relationships, and the characters. The author makes a concerted effort throughout the novel to build a bridge between Western and Eastern societies by using the characters...

  26. Social Evils 1

    The social evils and superstitions that had crept in the society over the centuries made social reforms imperative for the development of the society and the masses. In the 19th century, the newly educated persons increasingly revolted against rigid social conventions and outdated customs. They could...

  27. Social Reforms, India

    The reform activities united people and the attack on institutions like caste which hampered social unity created a sense of oneness in the people. But most of these reform movements had certain limitations. The questions to which they gave primacy concerned only small sections of Indian society. Some...

  28. Globalization and Democracy at Work at India

    is democracy working for india Compared to what has been happening to most of our neighbouring countries and most of the countries in Asia and Africa, India has been practising a mature democracy . I know you like to criticise our democracy when you compare Parliamentary form of Democracy of UK or...

  29. Economy of India

    Essay on Problems of Modern India S Nataraj India is a fastest developing country in the world. India, with its diversified culture, civilization, natural resources, technology and huge skilled human resources, is also a fastest growing economy in the world. But at the same time there...

  30. Social Evils in Pakistan

    The social evils and superstitions that had crept in the society over the centuries made social reforms imperative for the development of the society and the masses. In the 19th century, the newly educated persons increasingly revolted against rigid social conventions and outdated customs. They could...