People in India are aware about their Fundamental Rights – ‘Right to Equality’, ‘Right to Freedom’, Right to Speech’, etc., but many don’t know or are unaware about their Fundamental Duties. Did you know that Fundamental Duties Day is observed on 3rd January of every year, well I challenge that 99.99% of citizens would not even know that such a day really exists.
Did you know that Fundamental Duties Day is observed on 3rd January of every year?”
It is very sad to know that people know their duties as a student, as a parent, as an employee, etc., but they are unaware about their duties as an Indian citizen.
As 15th August is fast approaching – schools, colleges, government offices and other organizations are busy preparing for flag hoisting, this is the right time to reflect on our duties as citizens of India. We need to remember our duties and responsibilities and need to respond promptly.
This article throws some light on the Fundamental Duties of every citizen of India.
The 11 Fundamental Duties
It shall be the duty of every citizen of India, –
I hope you are clear on your Fundamental Duties and will take a step ahead to at least follow a few of them.
Lastly, I would like to end this article with a quote each by Mahatma Gandhi and Albert Einstein:
“I learnt from my illiterate but wise mother that all rights to be deserved and preserved
come from duty well done” – Mahatma Gandhi
“Every day, on hundred occasions, I remind myself that my mental and physical life depends on the toil of other persons, living or dead. So I must try to repay whatever
I have received and am receiving” – Albert Einstein