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The Relevance Of Peace (in Hindi)
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In this lesson, we talk about peace as a value. We also discuss whether peace was always a desired state of mind or not.

Lavanya Kapoor
Pursuing B.El.Ed from DU. Happy reader! Occasional gyaani :)

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Sir is this crash course sufficient for Gujarat board???
thank you so much mam for your efforts and your PPT'S are really awesome,please keep it up.
  1. The relevance of peace


  2. ABOUT ME &Lavanya Kapoor Pursuing Bachelors of Elementary Education from LSR, Delhi University Love to talk to people and know more about them IN PERSON *Have a passion for teaching &Currently quite averse to social media Follow me on Unacademy https://unacademy.com/user/lavanya13.100


  3. Peace is a revered value today, with countries across the globe working towards achieving it As of today, we have several international organizations like the UN, UNESCO, and so on, which are working to promote world peace There is even a Nobel prize for peace


  4. Kofi Annan was the Secretary General of the UN He won the Nobel Prize in 2001 He died on the 18th of August, 2018


  5. Other famous Nobel Peace Prize laureates are Malala Yousafzai, Barack Obama, Nelson Mandela, Aung San Suu Kyi and Kailash Satyarthi


  6. So, why is peace such a revered ideal? The answer to this question is not as simple as it seems Peace is not desirable simply because it is good There is a long history behind peace as a value


  7. Was peace always desirable? It would be a shock to many of us, but peace was not always a DESIRABLE value Infact, many of the famous philosophers said that peace is not a good state of being in a country


  8. Friedrich Nietzsche He was a German philosopher He openly glorified war According to him, a society could grow only in a state of war Think of it in the Indian context-would India have been what it is today, had we not revolted against the British? Would we have had the same pace of development? Would we have the same passion for our country and development


  9. Vilfred Pareto He was an Italian thinker He said that the ones who ruled at the top were the ones who use violence This means that violence is a pre-requisite for becoming an ELITE Pareto described such people as 'LIONS


  10. When we see around us, we actually see a lot of resemblance to Pareto's ideology Most of the violence which happens in a country is due to the incitement of the rich and the powerful Pareto called such powerful people lions


  11. The world was facing a HUMANITARIAN CRISIS Internathonal er such a organizatio havoc had been started evolving, like the League of Nations(which later became the nited States) wrecked, the international community started valuing peace


  12. Thank You!