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Effect of Moderenisation on Youth

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|“The diverse social structure in India is getting weakened with increasing modernisation.” Give arguments For and Against this   |
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|Indian society is unique in many ways. It has several races, religions and cultural amalgamations. That is why it is said that   |
|India has unity in diversity. In addition to people from different castes living peacefully in this country, people belonging to|
|three great religions of the world, the Hinduism, Christianity and Islam, are found in large numbers in India. Indian society,   |
|traditionally, follows a caste system under which the profession of a person was guided by the caste in which he was born. Caste|
|system to a significant extent was also found among Indian Muslims, Christians, Sikhs and Bodhs. In addition, Indian society and|
|culture have been greatly enriched by various immigrants and invaders over the centuries. Besides,  religions like Buddhism,     |
|Jainism and Sikhism  originated from India. The framers of Indian Constitution upheld the unique diversity of Indian society by |
|opting for a secular State where all the religions are equally important and the citizens are free to practice any religion of   |
|their choice, without any interference from any quarter. It is said that the social structure in India is under the influence of|
|modernisation, which is being experienced by the Indian society and economy.                                                     |
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