Saturday, 26 September 2020

Paragraph on ' The Person I like Most'

Paragraph on ' The Person I like Most'

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The Person I Like Most

 I love all my family members. But the loveliest of all is my mother. I love her most in our family. I rather worship her. She is the nearest, dearest and closest to me from my birth. She is always in my heart. She is the most beautiful to me in my family. My mother is a very simple and loving housewife. She is hardworking, dutiful and dignified. She gets out of bed early enough in the morning. She cleans the kitchen, makes our breakfast, cooks the food and keeps our house neat and clean. She does all the domestic chores cheerfully. The special quality of my mother for which she is loveable to all is her always wearing a smiling face. She is kind and cooperative to our relatives and neighbours. She takes care of my study and teaches me to be devoted, honest and modest. My mother's influence on my character is greatI learnt from my mother to respect my teachers, elders and neighbours. She has taught me to be disciplined, dutiful, and kind to all. She is my friend, ideal and guide. I am proud of my mother. I pray to God to let her live a long happy Iife.


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Thursday, 24 September 2020

Paragraph on Communal Harmony

Paragraph on Communal Harmony

Paragraph on communal harmony, communal harmony paragraph
Communal Harmony


India is a birthplace of several religions - Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism, Shikhism. Some great saints were born in this soil. They practised, preached and propagated their religions throughout the country. The Indian are in general peace loving people. The Muslims came in India and made this land their home. Hindu-Muslim unity was achieved during the British rule. People of India lived together with the spirit of unity. Tolerance and love of peace are the glorious tradition of the land. But the communal politics for the political mileage has recently spoilt the peace of this country. We must face it with force. For peace, prosperity and progress of the country communal harmony, religious tolerance and a sense of oneness are necessary. Our country is committed to secularism. A nation cannot remain united without the feeling of brotherhood among the people of different religious groups. So a sense of security and social justice must be met to all communities of the country.


Wednesday, 23 September 2020

Paragraph on 'Newspaper'

Paragraph on Newspaper


A newspaper is the history for one day of the world'. Now newspapers are brought out in many languages in our country. They give us news of events that take place in different parts of the world. We cannot think of modern life without them. The newspaper gives us news of home and abroad, speeches of politicians, reports of sports, activities of the states, reviews of films and advertisements. There are also articles on industry, agriculture, even stories and puzzles. People now read the newspaper for both pleasure and profit. It brings the news of all and all. It shapes public opinion. It prints the policies of the political parties and the states. It publishes articles written by great scholars. Newspaper reading is the easiest way of increasing general knowledge. But sometimes we get conflicting reports of an event. A press must be free. It must not feed false news. It must give impartial news and views. It should give guidance to the masses.

Sunday, 20 September 2020

Paragraph on 'Science - A Blessing or A Curse'

Paragraph on Science - A Blessing or A Curse

Science is the sinew of modern civilization. It has worked in every branch of our life. The gifts of science have made our life easy and comfortable. What was once impossible is now very much possible. In a minute we can contact a friend in far off America. We have reached the moon. Science has conquered disease, time and distance. It has given us tremendous power. And sadly, with this power in hand, man is killing man. Deadly weapons are threatening life. Pollutions have endangered life. Machines have made life mechanical. And mechanical life is sure to lose peace. So the lovers of peace call science a curse. But we should question man's motives, not science. A knife can cut fruits. It can also cut throats. Intention - good or bad - is the last word.


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Science has made great progress in our age. It has made our life easy. Mother needs not labour hard in her kitchen to cook food for the family. She can keep the food in the fridge. We have fans to beat the heat. We can light, cool and heat our houses and offices with the help of machines. Science has made travel comfortable and speedy. Science has given us means of education and enjoyment -TV, video, radio, etc. Many fell diseases are now curable. Science has given eyes to the blind, legs to the lame and ears to the deaf. Computer has brought speed and correctness in our work. Science has, of course, worked as a c├╣rse in some cases. It has given us tremendous power. And sadly, with this power in hand, man is killing man. People have produced powerful weapons. Lakhs of people were killed in Japan by two atom bombs. Everyday hundreds of men fall to bullets and meet with car accidents throughout the world. Pollutions have endangered life. Science has no doubt, given us prosperity. But it has taken away peace. Science has taken our soul in our mad race for material success. So the lovers of peace call science a curse. But we should question man's motives, not science. A knife can cut fruits. It can also cut throats. Intention - good or bad - is the last word.


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Saturday, 19 September 2020

A letter to the editor of an English daily expressing your concern over price rise of essential commodities

A letter to the editor of an English daily expressing your concern over price rise of essential commodities

To

The Editor

The Telegraph

Prafulla Sarkar Street

Kolkata - 700001


Sub :- Price-hike of essential commodities.

 Sir,

     I shall be highly obliged to you if you kindly allow me a little space in your esteemed daily to express my concern over the rapidly increasing price of essential commodities.

    The recent price-hike of essential commodities has become a headache to most of the people irrespective of any class. It is now almost impossible for the people to make both ends meet. Especially it is too much difficult for the middle class and low income-group of people. The day-labourers are the worst sufferers. The price of rice, vegetable, fish, meat, spices, clothes, medicines and many other essential things are going beyond reach. All these have made the life of common people miserable.

     I hope this will draw the prompt attention of the government to take effective measures to control such price-hike of essential commodities as soon as possible.

     Thanking you,

Place :  .....................                                                                                        Yours faithfully,

Date : ......................                                                                                          (Your Name)



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Friday, 18 September 2020

Paragraph on 'My Favourite Poet'

My Favourite Poet

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William Wordsworth

  Poetry is the song of our life. Various English poets have penned their inner feelings of life through their poetry. I love English poetry, and William Wordsworth is my favourite poet. His poetry has a mysterious and soothing effect. He gave a blow to the artificial tastes. Wordsworth was born in 1870 at a little village named Cockermouth.

Wordsworth inherited a deep love for the countryside and Nature from his ancestor. He developed intimacy and sympathy with the moods of Nature in childhood. He spent a greater part of his daily life in the company of Nature. He enjoyed the beautiful spots, the flowing of rivers and the majesty of mountains. He became a real lover and worshipper of Nature as he sees in man. He creates a spiritual relationship between Nature and Man. To him, nothing in Nature is trivial. He believed Nature never betrays the heart that loves her. Nature is not merely sensuous; it is a physical as well as spiritual entity. To Wordsworth Nature is intelligent, meaningful and profound. It gives knowledge to man and it also teaches moral truth. The poet identifies God and Nature as one.

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Wordsworth is also a poet of man. Along with Nature, he is also interested in the rustic life. His poetry represents the qualities of strength, endurance, simplicity, courage and hope of common people.

Wordsworth's love for Nature is nowhere  found among any other poets or writers and so instead of calling his name, we call him as the Nature's poet or the Poet priest of Nature.


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Thursday, 17 September 2020

If I were granted three wishes what would these be and why?

If I were granted three wishes what would these be and why?

Wishes are not granted easily, because if wishes are achieved easily, the meaning and charm of wishes would vanish. However, in the hypothetical realm there are always wishes to be granted. The three wishes would like to be granted are freedom from diseases for mankind, freedom from war and violence of any kind, and housing facility to all.


These are all realistic wishes. I have deliberately not chosen any unrealistic wish because they would imperil the natural creation and may even jeopardise the existence of the world like in the story of mythological Midas. Midas was granted the wish that whatever he touched turned into gold. Unwittingly, Midas had asked only suffering for himself. He could not even eat because even food material turned into gold as soon as he began eating.


Today mankind is suffering from a number of diseases especially Covid-19. Diseases are painful and hamper the day to day work of man. Diseases kill human beings early in life. Diseases debilitate a man and robs an earning member from family, work sphere and the world at large. Thus the ultimate loss is to humanity and to the society. Unfortunately, loss due to diseases is a wanton loss because the diseases are preventable and curable. But disease is also a fundamental truth of life, like old age and death. Nonet- heless a disease-free life is not an impossibility, altogether. Therefore, in wishing this wish, one is not completely unrealistic. Therefore, I would like to be granted this wish for the ultimate progress and benefit to mankind. If this wish was granted, will the medical profession or the doctors become redundant? The answer is 'no, because the doctors would still exist, not to treat the diseases of the human beings but to make human beings more and more healthy and more and more robust. Medical science would exist as a pure science for the advancement of human knowledge.


My second wish, already stated, is freedom from violence and war. In the last 5000 years of civilization, there have been more than 50,000 wars and uncountable instances of violence which have brought about nothing but loss, destruction and remorse to mankind. Civilization would have definitely been at a much higher scale if wars had not taken place and mankind would have been much happier and peaceful. Along with scientific progress, weapons of destruction and violence have also advanced. These are unfortunate developments. There have been men and organisations for pacific cause, but their efforts have not been able to wipe out wars from the face of the globe. Therefore, if this wish was granted, it would be a God send insurance for mankind for unfettered peace and progress in future. Right now, due to the unmitigated spectre of violence and war compounded by the nuclear arsenals, the very existence of mankind is threatened.


My third and final wish is to have a housing facility for all. Isn't it unfortunate that mankind has led a settled existence for the last 5000 years, but more than half of mankind has not shelter. His existence is worse than that of a wandering named, for he has to live in slums, shanty dwellings or on pavements. Given this condition, how can these men be expected to channelise their full potential in the service of the progress of civilization? Therefore, if my last wish was granted, I believe it will ultimately benefit the mankind and fulfilment of all the three wishes together will definitely mark a tremendous advancement of the human civilization towards peace and prosperity.


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