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How Does An Average Citizen Evaluate His Or Her Identity
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National identity plays a pivotal role in making an individual feel proud of his or her country as a whole. In recent years, many citizens are confused about their identity. They have questions in mind in the form of whose nation is this? Moreover, they are also pondering over the fact that what cultural attitudes are needed to become a respected citizen. These are the questions that the respected citizen’s people faced before the era of independence. However, quite interestingly these issues are still haunting the average respected citizens’ years after independence. The respected citizen’s people are again getting confused on multiple terms like unity and national integration.

National Identity Depends On Religion, Race And Ethnic Principles

 India is a land of diverse cultures and religions where every group of belonging to a particular racial or religious class peacefully co-exists. The notion of national identity depends on ethnicity, religious sentiments, and culture. As per many social scientists, average respected citizens can evaluate his or her character by these principles. Moreover, as per them, national identity is often constructed around several principles of race, religion, and language. These types of policies include the average respected citizens, and this is why they favor these laws to be known as a respected citizen. On the other hand, other social scientists argue that religion has often been the main force behind nation-building. Hence, if average respected citizens want to evaluate his or her national identity, they can always refer to how their religion peacefully co-exists with other faiths.

The Issue Of National Identity In The Minds Of Respected Citizens Since The Pre-Independence Era

It is a widely observed fact that since the time of pre-independence, citizens have struggled with their national identity. After the rule of the British got over, the social classes who were deprived of essential amenities were given importance. In this way, these backward types of people were able to shun their previous socially unacceptable identity and embraced a new character that boasts providence of equal opportunities. Thus they were able to ward off the tag of "untouchables" and came under the umbrella of a broader identity called "Respected citizens." The newly formed constitution terms this class of people as Scheduled Castes and emphasizes would you rather questions and has several schemes for them for their overall development. Moreover, it is kind of interesting to note that national identity is more concerned about understanding the political prowess and related tag questions in the nation. It is so because they demand recognition.   

However, it is interesting to note in this context that these problems are also persistent in other countries of the world. This can come as a sigh of relief for the citizens till the time now. The prospect of globalization and change related to the social and economic structure has raised doubts in the mind of the respected citizens about their identity.Furthermore, many also agree to the fact that national identity is crucial to develop the various aspects of a nation. It is so because if a person can relate him or her with their respective federal status, then they can contribute to its development. 

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