Good morning to everyone in this room. I would like to thank the principal, the teachers, and my dear friends for allowing me to speak to you today about unity in diversity. With a 1.7 billion population and 10,065 distinct languages, India is home to the oldest civilization in recorded history. Despite having many castes, creeds, and religions, Indians exhibit a sense of belonging.
The spirit of cooperation or integrity displayed by individuals in the face of unending differences is known as unity in diversity. There are several areas in India, from Kashmir to Kanyakumari, and each region exhibits a particular culture and customs. People in India coexist in harmony and love despite having diverse religions, customs, and tongues.
India is special for its unity in diversity, which brings people together to uphold peace and harmony. The freedom fighters’ struggle for independence from British domination is the clearest example of unity in difference.
As we all know, it is quite simple to separate individuals based on their beliefs, cultures, ideologies, etc. unity in diversity is important for our nation. Yet, if we, the people of India, demonstrate solidarity in the face of our diversity, it will support national unification and allow for peaceful coexistence. People’s shown togetherness will help us gain recognition on a worldwide scale.
I would like to conclude by saying “Together we are powerful, divided we crumble”. While we come from various castes, creeds, or races, the idea of unity in diversity teaches that these differences cannot keep us divided and that we should always be united for the development of our nation. Thank you.