Unity in diversity

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Unity in Diversity:

Unity in Diversity By Prati Mishra IX-A

Unity Of India :

Unity Of India India , though a well-marked distinct unit geographically, is in size and dimensions, more like a continent than a country. It is as large a Europe without Russia and about twenty times the area of Great Britain. In its vastness are found such varied physical features and social conditions that India has aptly bee described as the epitome of the world. It is true that superficial observers are liable to ‘the Simple in bewildered by the astonishing variety of Indian the Composite.

Fundamental unity Of India :

Fundamental unity Of India The diversity itself ‘which is there, far from being a damaging cause of disunity and weakness, is a fertile source of strength field wealth, Sir Herbert Risley has rightly observed: “Beneath the manifold Diversity of physical and social type, language, custom and religion, which strikes the observer in India, there is still to be discovered a certain under-lying uniformity of life form Himalaya to Cape Comorin”. From his long and first-hand experience of Indi .Vincent A. Smith says that the civilization of India “has many features which differentiate it from that of all other regions of e world, while they are common to the whole country in a degree sufficient to justify its treatment as a unity in the history of human, social and intellectual development”.

What does Unity In Diversity Means?:

What does Unity In Diversity Means? Unity in diversity is a concept of "unity without uniformity and diversity without fragmentation"  that shifts focus from unity based on a mere tolerance of physical, cultural, linguistic, social, religious, political, ideological and/or psychological differences towards a more complex unity based on an understanding that difference enriches human interactions. The concept of unity in diversity was used "in non-Western cultures such as indigenous peoples in North America and Taoist societies in 400-500 B.C. In premodern Western culture it has been implicit in the organic conceptions of the universe that have been manifest since the ancient Greek and Roman civilizations through medieval Europe and into the Romantic era.

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