What is the Future of Democracy? Future of democracy hangs in the balance. It is standing on cross roads, leading to people’s democracy and capitalist dictatorship.
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Essay on the shape of things to come in future. Only about 50 years ago, the world was about 400 years behind today, judged by the present rate..
Quite often we are shaken by predictions about the future of the universe. The soothsayers and astrologers often predict or forecast doom and prescribe remedies in the form of appeasing the wrathful planets and deities and so on by performing religious rites and charity.
We now know much about scientific laws that govern matter in all normal situations. But we still do not know the laws that govern matter in very extreme conditions. Unless we know those laws we cannot understand how the universe began.
Language is more than a medium of communication and so if we are to preserve our own culture it is necessary, if we are to remain an independent nation we must replace a foreign language with some national language.
Cultivation of democratic thinking and democratic spirit is necessary for the working of democracy. Democracy would have failed if we have not been democratic in outlook. So there is little chance of its failure in India.
With independence we adopted the British Parliamentary system. Along with it we borrowed the norms evolved by them. But we did not observe them.
Foreign language like a foreign plant grows with difficulty on the native soil. That is why the learning of the mother tongue is the labor of love whereas the learning of a foreign language is the love of labor ; one gives hot house existence, another breathes spring time atmosphere.
Atomic energy is generated by splitting nuclear substances such as the atoms of uranium, thorium, cheralite, zircomium under controlled conditions.
There are many in our countries who idealize our villages. Gandhiji was one of them. Rabindranath also had a yearning for the quiet countryside. During the days of non-co-operation, there was a resounding cry—’Back to Villages’.