The common family system ensures security: Naidu
New Delhi, Aug 3 (UNI) UNI Vice President Venkaiah Naidu said on Monday that India’s parity family system not only provides social security to an individual, but also transfers cultural heritage from generation to generation.
On the occasion of Raksha Bandhan, the vice president in an article written on the social networking site Facebook said that it is a specialty of Indian social philosophy that special importance is given to family values ââand tradition. , there is an importance attached to them.
In the Indian parity family system, not only are these traditional values ââand knowledge passed down from generation to generation, but this system also provides social security to family members. This tradition of a common family has been sprinkled with mutual affection, respect, a sense of duty and sacrifice.
He said, “Today is Raksha Bandhan – a celebration of the affection shared among siblings. This festival gives new affection, new life to the affection of siblings.”
“These values ââand traditions have been preserved in our social customs, our festivals, our folk traditions, our religious texts for centuries.”
The vice president said in Amar Granth Ramayana, to obey his father’s order, Lord Ram willingly renounces the throne and accepts exile, then Bharat holds the Paduka of Rama on the throne and rules the kingdom. There is an important episode of Ramayana in which Sati Anusuya teaches Sita about her duties to family and elderly relatives.
Mr. Naidu said that these festivals are occasions of joy where all family members come together. These holidays strengthen the relationship of mutual affection and respect. He said: âWhat could be happier than sharing your happiness with your loved ones.
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