With 1.2 billion people, India is the second most populous nation and the largest democracy in the world.
India is a birth place of several religion like Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism, Sikhism. 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. “It is believed that the British who ruled India for more than 100 years around the 19th century, pitched one community against the other to weaken the freedom struggle”. People of India lived together with the spirit of unity. Tolerance and love are 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. India’s political-religious divides are in trun cross-cut by caste loyalties. So 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.