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21 Topics For Debate With the Best Answers For Learners and young readers

21 Topics For Debate

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  1. Should smoking be banned ?
  2. Is it possible to remove poverty in India ?
  3. What should be done to improve the social status of women ?
  4. Morning walk
  5. TV is both a means of entertainment as also means of spreading education..
  6. How I spent my summer vacations ?
  7. My favourite sport
  8. Scarcity of water
  9. Reasons for which people go to attend marriages…
  10. Mahatma Gandhi
  11. If there were no paper!
  12. Reasons for which foreigners visit India…
  13. What would I like to be in my next birth ?
  14. Teaching of history is useless..
  15. The life of a student..
  16. Happiness comes only from money…
  17. Indian cinema is responsible for propagating violence in our society…
  18. Why are some people more popular than others ?
  19. Rabindra Nath Tagore
  20. Health is wealth !
  21. The Indian farmer ! 
  22. If there were no fast vehicles like cars, trains, and Planes in the world. Imagine what would happen ? 
  23. If we are able to read the thoughts of others!

1. Should smoking be banned ?

1. It is generally believed that these days more people are becoming the victim of smoking, they die of fatal disease cancer than through wars, earthquake, accidents or even terrorist activities.

And smoking has been identified as the greatest single cause of cancer. Therefore, the smoking is the greatest killer of mankind in the present-day world.

The danger arising out of smoking have created so much panic among the world leaders that in most countries a statutory warning is printed on every packet of cigarettes to warn that smoking is injurious to health.

That’s why an urgent need to stop smoking completely. A habit, which causes such serious diseases like bronchitis, asthma, lung cancer, and like account for millions of untimely deaths every year in all the countries of the world. Smoking should be treated as a suicide act and banned accordingly.

2. A major portion of people’s earning literally goes up in smoke. The money spent on smoking by all the people in all the countries of the world, if utilised properly, can improve the quality of life upto great extent. It’s, therefore, an area in which the government of all the countries should intervene with a heavy hand to stop this destruction.

3. Smoking by the adults prompts youngsters and even children to amulate them so that contagion spreads. Indeed it’s very easy to get involved in a bad habit and extremely hard to get rid of it.

4. Cigarette smoking is a stepping- stone to smoking of cocaine, ganja, smack and other deadly drugs. Now U.N.O. and governments of all the countries have woken to the dangers arising out of these drugs, and are spending billions of dollars to stop their use. People who take to smoking cigarettes daily then try out stronger and stronger substances to get a real “kick”.

2. Is it possible to remove poverty from India ?

1. Lack of opportunities

The people of India are poor because we do not get suitable employment. While some people are underemployed, others do not get jobs of their choice. Still some do not get jobs at all. If  we are able to expand our industries and create opportunities for employment, it is possible to eradicate poverty from the Indian society.

2. Rise in Population 

The most important cause of poverty in India is over- populations. The abnormal rise in population and almost static nature of job opportunities have combined to make people extremely poor. If an effective control is exercised on the population increase, the nation will be able to get rid of poverty. If there are fewer workers, there will be more job opportunities.

3. Exploitation by rich 

Generally, poverty is the result of economic exploitation by the richer sections of society. The rich farmers exploits the labourers; rich industrialists exploit their employees and only give them subsistence wages. If this exploitation is stopped, it will go a long way in eradicating poverty.

3. What should be done to improve the social status of women ?

1. Female education 

The foremost need is to give girls good, rather very good education, so that, apart from learning to read and write, they also have the opportunity to move out from the security of the four walls of the home life and acquire some self-confidence. If women are well-educated, they will learn not only their rights which now everyone else knows but also thier obligation to the home, to the society and to the nation.

2. Economic emancipation 

The second most important need of the hour is the economic emancipation of women. This can be done by creating more jobs in both public and private sectors even to set up and run their own industrial and commercial units. In this category also comes the need to give women an equal share in the property of the father.


3. Give equal status

The third most important need is to give them an equal status in social, cultural and political organisations. Even today we have seperate social cultural and religious societies for women.

The door of all political parties, social cultural and religious organisations and even welfare and charitable associations should be kept open to women and they should be encouraged to participate in such activities more enthusiastically.

No post and no office in such organisations should be denied to women on the basis of only of their belonging to the so-called weaker sex.

4. Morning walk

Do you know morning walk is not only fascinating but also very useful for health. The environment we get at the morning hours is indeed very joyful. When we go out, we feel the morning wind and feel refreshed and active.

Also in the big cities, there are expansion of open spaces and parks and we can choose any one for the ways of morning walks. In Village side we come across charming scenes of the open places, farms and ground with lot of green grass, rivers, lakes and ponds, mountains and valleys, stream and waterfall.

The fresh oxygen we get in this time, rejuvenate us. In this way our days pass well. We don’t get tired of the day-long work. We have enough time to do our work. There are a number of advantages of getting up early morning and going for a walk.

5. TV is both a means of entertainment as also means of spreading education

Telivision is one of the most wonderful achievement of science. It is one of the most astonishing wonders of the modern age. Its vast potential as a powerful medium of mass communication cannot be underestimated. It has brought about a revolution in the world if entertainment. Not only that, it has tremendous educative value.

1. National-wide TV network 

The main aim of the government is setting up a national-wide network of TV in the country has been to enlighten the people of various themes likes family planning, bringing up children on healthy lines, educating our children children and adults and carrying on a campaign against the social evils like dowry, exploitation of labourers by landlords and factory owners, spreading awareness about cleaniness and prevention of diseases.

2. News in different regional languages 

TV provides a large number of news bulletins spread over all the 24 hours, day and night, in regional languages, Hindi and English. These news bulletins serve to educate masses on day-to-day happenings and current affairs both within the country and abroad. They, therefore, serve as great educators.

3. Documentary films and Serials 

Documentary films and Serials are now being increasingly made to educate the people on matters of social importance. Many TV films are made with a view to rid the people of the superstitions and false beliefs by exposing their hollowness.

It may, however, be added that something this most valuable medium of mass communication is also put to gross misuse by politicians at the helm of affairs.

Thus, it is unabashedly used for building up an image for the leaders who have no image of their own and to promote hatred, ill-will and hostility between different sections of the society, so that some people in power are able to cover political mileage on that account.

6. How I spent my summer vacations ?

Vacations are time to relax, enjoy and get free of all burdens and tensions.  Usually, for school-going children there are three vacations in a year.

These are the puja vacations, winter vacations and summer vacations. But the longest and the most exciting among all of these is the summer vacation.

In our school we usually have holiday for one and half months but, this year extra holidays were given to us because of extreme heat and a cyclone.

It was too hot to travel so we decided to spend this summer vacation at home with my cousins and travel in the last week of the holidays. We all had finished our homework within five days.

We enjoyed the new water park at Nicco Jubilee Park. We enjoyed the twisting slides, the mega bumpers, and long rides.  In the zoo we saw many animals like the zebras, white tigers, monkeys, lions, Royal Bengal tigers, panthers, leopards, hyenas, bears and wild boars.

We saw many birds too like African parrots, skylarks, nightingales, hawks and robins. We then saw water birds and wild animals. There were ducks, cranes, crocodiles, kingfishers, hippopotamus and swans.  Sometimes we would watch movies.

At night we had pillow fights. Sometimes we would do some art and craft, help in the household chores or just slouch in front of the telivision.

We had a wonderful time. But alas these days did not last long. Soon, it was time to go back to school in just a few weeks and we were back to our old routine.

7. My favourite sport

Sports play a very important role in our daily life. It makes our bones and muscles strong. It also helps us to concentrate better. It keeps our mind and soul fresh.

It protects us from many diseases. Sports enhance our various skills, teamwork, leadership qualities, and social skills. It boosts our self-confidence and self-esteem.

My favourite sports is Kabaddi. It is a team sport. It became very popular in south-Indian states. Kabaddi is a game of two teams comprising twelve players each, where one team becomes the raiders and another team becomes the anti-raiders.

Seven players take to the ground at a time and the remaining five will be reserved. There are no equipments required in playing Kabaddi but we can use anklets for safety.

Two teams are on opposite halves of a small field. This is to win points by tackling members of the opposite team. The idea of the game is to score points by raiding into the opponent’s court and touching as many defence players as possible without getting caught on a single breath.

The duration of the match is minimum of 40 minutes divided equally in two halves of 20 minutes. Various tournaments are organised on Kabaddi like – Vivo pro Kabaddi league. Pradeep Narwal, Manjeet Chillar, Anup Kumar, Meraj Sheykh and Nitin Tomar are some of the well-known players associated with Kabaddi.

India is the only country that has won all Kabaddi World Cups and Asian Games. I like Kabaddi because it involves body and mind. The game is also requires you to hold breath which is a very good exercise.

8. Scarcity of water in India

India is a land of contrasts. On the one hand the country is known for its heavy rainfall and on the other hand, it is one of the most water-thirsty lands in the world.

News of both floods and famines appear side-by-side in the newspapers quite often.

In India, the average annual rainfall for the whole of the country is 105 centimetres. But this means figure is almost meaningless.

This being the case, in spite of abundant rainfall, India is a water-thirsty land. Monsoon season is concentrated over a few months in a year.

People all over the country are equally affected the vagaries of monsoon. There is, therefore, a dire need of conservation of soil and control of floods and storage of water for irrigation and power for lean periods in every parts of the country.

1. Water Budget: 

The annual out-flow of Indian rivers is estimated at 1,683 million cubic metres. Planners have calculated that out of the total river water resources of 187 million hectare metres can be used for irrigation. By now we have already increased our capacity for using river water to the tune of 26’6 million hectare-metres.

2. Ground water Budget: 

In addition to river water, we have total useabl reserve of ground water of the order of 27 million hectare metres thus, till date wells remain the most important source of irrigation, covering an area of 16’5 million hectare or 43’3 percent of the net irrigated area.

3. Proper Use: 

In many cases, water available is not used to its full capacity. Much water is wasted through evaporation and seepage. The methods of irrigation too are not very efficient. Water should be used only in the quantities required for a given crop and at the appropriate time.

In some cases, sprinkling of water is more useful than simply flooding the fields. There must be a good drainage system so that the irrigated lands do not become alkaline.

4. Flood Control:

According to one estimates, as much as 20 million hectares of land in India is prone to floods. As more and more water is stored in man made tanks and dams, the fury of flood water down the river valley will be progressively reduced.

9. Reasons for which people go to attend marriages

Marriage is the festive occasion. Different people attend the marriages of their relatives, friends, and even strangers for different reasons.

1. Relatives and friends 

The first catagory of the guests at any marriage relates to the close relatives and real time-tested friends and very intimate office colleagues who have to attend such marriages by way of social obligation.

People have to attend the marriages even at the cost of some personal inconvenience and after incurring substantial expenditure. In such cases, the only concern that a guest has to maintain his relationship and keep up his face.

2. Parents who searching suitable match for their son and daughter 

The second catagory is of persons who are looking for a suitable match for their growing-up son and daughter. As people present themselves in their best at marriage parties, this catagory of people utilise the occasion for spotting a suitable match for their kids.

At the same time, the marriage also provide a good opportunity of showing their son or daughter to the interested parties. They introduce themselves and their wards to anybody and everybody who seems to be on a similar mission.

3. Do-gooders and politician 

Then there are do-gooders, societies and politicians who may be called political guests. Such people go to attend marriages because they are always anxious to be in the limelight.

They greet people, ask about their well-being and promise them to help or patronage. In fact, they are on a mission to impress the people to confirm their votes and to win over the goodwill of some new voters or supporters.

4. Some people are fond of eating and drinking

And next, there are some people who have developed a taste for eating, drinking and making merry at someone else’s cost. They are always on the look out for such functions. They try to get themselves invited to such marriages as they can.

If this is not possible, they will accompany a genuine guest as his guest, friend or family member. Even if that is not possible, such people manage to smuggle themselves inside and make the best use of the householder’s hospitality.

Strangely, such people are not poor or hungry people. On the other hand, they are well-dressed people; only they have developed a taste for this way of merry-making.

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10. Mahatma Gandhi

Who does not know Mahatma Gandhi ? Mahatma Gandhi is one of my favourite patriot. He was one of the greatest leaders of India. He was lover of truth. His father’s name was Karamchand Gandhi. His mother’s name was Putlibai. Kasturba Gandhi was his devoted wife.

He was much fond of playing Gilli-Danda during his childhood days. He tried to help the people. He always fought for their rights. He had no weapon except non-violence. He got India freed from Britishers on the 15th August,  1947. He was born at Porbandar in Gujarat in 1869 and died in 1948.

He took part in many historical monuments of India such as ‘Quit India movement’, Satya Garah etc. He dedicated his life to the service of this nation. When comes such an another!

11. If there were no paper!

Paper has much importance in the lives of men that it is almost impossible to think of a world without paper. That’s what it is really an unusual question.

Well, since the question has been put, we have to imagine a world without paper and think about the consequences.

Suppose our forests are cut down and no tree of any kind are left to provide raw material for the manufacture of paper and paper actually disappears. The work of the modern civilization will come to a standstill.

Newspapers, periodicals, magazines and books will go out of publication. People, who are now so addicted to the morning newspaper that they cannot their bowels without reading it from beginning to end, will become bedridden. Telephone directory, railways and banks will go out of print.

In schools or colleges boys and girls will have to do without books and notebooks. Teachers will have to impart lessons out of their memory or over projectors and the students will have to do all the writing works on slate, tablet or laptop.

In business houses, shops, establishments, cinema houses, all transactions will have to be transacted in cash by means of metalic coins or plastic currency as there will be no vouchers, no tickets and no paper currency.

Post offices may have to be closed down, because it will become impossible to provide postal stationery for lack of paper.

Printing presses will stop printing work. There will be a large scale unemployment problem, almost a total lack of communication and total back-out of news. The world will reach where it was 5000 years ago.

12. Reasons for which foreigners visit India

Foreigners have been visiting India for different reasons even from the earliest days of Indian History. During the past few decades, the tourist industry has been picking up and hordes of foreigners are now crowding our cities and towns.

Different people come for different purposes, however, for the sake of convenience, we can divide the foreigners into three categories:

1. For career, trade and profession 

For career, trade and profession. The experts of various countries, trades, sales executives, technicians, people employed in various factories and establishments, etc. Come in this category.

2. Genuine Tourists

The second catagory consists of people who spend money from their savings, etc.., and come to this country as genuine tourists, but without any particular motives.

Theses people are attracted towards this country on account or its rich cultural heritage. They come here to see the places of interest, eat, drink, enjoy themselves and study the land and people and then go back. Some even come to discover spirituality.

3. Christian missionaries, spies, government delegates 

Third catagory consists of those people who come here in the garb of tourists, etc, but have their own motives.

The Christian missionaries, the agents and spies of foreign governments, saboteurs, smugglers, gun-runners, etc.., fall in this category.

These people also generally come in the garb of tourists and professionals, but sometimes they also enter the Indian territory stealthy through Pakistan, Bangladesh, Nepal and even by the sea routes.

This category of people are unwelcome because they pose a constant threats to the unity, sovereignty and integrity of the country.

They spread dissatisfaction among the people, distribute contraband drugs, spread rumours and commit acts of sabotage. We have to be on our guard against the activities of such mischievous visitors.

13. What would I like to be in my next birth ?

If at all an option is given to me to choose the form of life that I would like to live in my next birth. I would like to be a bird. My reasons for choosing it are given below.

1. I have seen the enough of a human life. I have seen both good and bad points in a human life. I now want to be a bird and to see myself what it means to be a bird.

A bird is truly a free bird. I am fond of freedom that’s why I want to be a bird though in the end it means to be caught and roasted alive with onions and spices stuffed in one’s body and then be served as a delicious dish.

But I have read of thousands of men being roasted alive in various parts of the world, therefore, I don’t mind being roasted alive after having got the first hand experience of the life as a bird.

Another reason for my choice is that birds are more privileged creatures. They enjoy more freedom as long as they live. They don’t have to worry about the passports if they want to migrate to other countries.

They don’t have to bother about their cotton and woolen clothes or school uniforms of their children. They have no national boundaries or restrictions to Water-bodies.

They don’t have to worry about employment nor do they have to store anything for the rainy day. Tension of race, caste, place of birth, religion etc, have no significance in their life.

Russian cranes can fly to the bird sanctuaries in India, overflying Chaina, Afghanistan and any other region that might fall on their way. They can freely fly anywhere they want without the risk of being caught or arrested as spy and terrorist.

14. Teaching of history is useless!

1. Education for earning a livelihood 

The purpose of education at the school stage is to teach the students the three Rs, and prepare them either for higher education in the colleges or to face the challenges of life by earning a livelihood.

Today the world has become so complex, and has made such a tremendous progress during the last hundred years or so, that the historical questions like the Indus valley civilization, arrival of Aryans, Rise and fall of the Moghul Empire and so on. And advent of Europeans have no meaning of the young ones.

Instead, they need to be taught how to take care of their personal safety while going to or coming back from school in crowded buses or vans.

Need to be taught how to operate modern domestic gadgets, how to make friends with the local politicians and how to get maximum marks in their examination.

2. Students carry extra burden

Young students of today are tortured a lot. Their bags are literally heavier than their own body-weight. The reason for this is that they are taught so many subjects, that is impossible for them to learn all these, and they have to carry the burden of so many books and notebooks, that it is impossible for them to carry headloads.

There’s, therefore, the need to do away with the subjects which have no importance.

15. The life of a student

The life of a student is meant to be lived with the bounds of certain limits.

He has to study during the study hours. He has to play during the paly hours. The life of a student is just like a precious gem in a ring.

It is the golden period of his life. The future life will be spoilt, if student life is spent in an aimless or meaningless way.

Indeed it is the time when a student sows the seeds of morality and good character. The preparation for the rest of the life during this period is made.

Really, this is a period of great importance for the all round development of life. Let a student be benefited by student life.

16. Happiness comes only from money…

Happiness is a state of mind. It has nothing to do with one’s physical environments and possession. That’s why we can see many beggars and daily-wagers, who cannot get two square meals a day.

Living happily, cracking jokes and leading cheerful lives, while the aged money bag, with his wrinkled face.

True that, in today’s world money is essential for leading a good life. Money can buy many things. Only those who do not have money know its value.

As the saying goes, “money makes the mare go” it tells that no work can be done without money and with money no work remains undone.

In today’s materialistic world, money can work wonders. Money, if wisely spent , can bring eye-sight to the blind; it can save a dying heart patient through heart transplant. It can give a new life to a person who is about to die due to kidney failure.

It can buy the love of a seventeen years-old innocent girl for a seventy-years old man.

It can hire the most talented advocate who can save a condemned prisoner from the capital punishment in most of the cases.

Money can hush up organised crime and win the elections, when everything else is lost.

But inspite of all saying above, money cannot but some particular things in life.

With money we can’t buy true happiness of life. We can’t buy sleep but we can buy bed. A person without money can be happy but it is difficult to find a rich person who is happy all the time.

A man is always a greedy one. The more money he has, the more he wants. In fact, his hunger for money is never ending till he goes to his grave.

17. Indian cinema is responsible for propagating violence in our society…

Today a vast number of the people of India believe that much of the lawlessness, violence and crime against women is the result of the scenes of violence and sex shown on the silver screen ( theatre ).

A classical example is of the intruder who had broken into the National museum to commit a burglary. He had confessed that he had seen a particular crime film a number of times so as to meticulously copy the various stages of burglary. He had learnt it from a movie.

Cinema and telivision has become a powerful medium of education because cinema fans immediately copy the style of their favourite actors and actress.

That’s why, cinema can serve both ways– it can serve as a powerful medium for teaching various subjects, but at the same time it is also serving as an instrument for the spread of sex and violence.

Movie involving love and sex becom an instant hit and the producers are able to fill their pockets.

Our kids and women are being targeted audience at home through telivision that has a bad impact on the mind of viewers.

Mostly chicken and young are affected by watching movies on telivision.

18. Why are some people more popular than others ?

1. The most important reason of an individual’s popularity is hidden in his personality. Personality does not consist merely in the colour of skin, facial features, height, dress, mannerisms and achievements, but a healthy sum total of all these and much more.

Some people by nature are capable of meeting and greeting everyday with a smile and sweet talk. Although these attributes can be acquired and cultivated by conscious effort.

Yet some people have got these as a gift of nature. In the case of such person, the people at large develop a fondness for them as soon as they catch a glimpse of them either in person or on TV.

2. The other most important reason of a person’s popularity is his ability to read the pulse of the people and then behave accordingly.

To be popular you have to move with the wind and speak the minds of the people around.

3. Another important thing about popularity is power. To be popular you should either have some power of your own or should be closed to those in power.

Power is of so many types, such as political power, money power, muscle power. As long as you possess any of these powers, you are sure to enjoy a good measure of popularity. Even if you are lacking in the real virtues of a pleasing personality and power to win friends and influence people on your own merits.

You can also gain popularity just by any of your exception talent. People are attracted to this talent of your own.

19. Rabindra Nath Tagore

Rabindra Nath Tagore is my favourite poet. He is renowned throughout the world. He was born in 1861 in the famous Tagore family in Kolkata. He nominates every sphere of literature. But he was also a great educationist and philospher.

He won the Nobel prize for ‘Gitanjali’. He was awarded knighthood in 1915. But he surrendered it in 1919 after the Jalianwala Bag massacre.

He wrote a large number of poems. He established Rabindra Bharati and Vishwabharti University.

He was closely associated with the Indian National Movement. He died in 1941 at the age of eighty.

20. Health is wealth !

A man is called healthy who is free from physical and mental ailments. Indeed, health is a precious asset. It is a treasure of pleasure.

Life, without good health, is dull and tasteless. It is then like a lemon without juice or a diamond without lustre.

People say that a healthy farmer can enjoy life more truly than a sickly prince. Undoubtedly true happiness, without good health, is nothing but a dream.

To promote and preserve our health we should do physical exercise which are restoric tonic for health.

Health is the greatest blessing than fame, wealth and power. Thus, health is wealth.

21. The Indian farmer !

The Indian farmer is very laborious. He gets up early in the morning. He goes to his field and labours hard. His chief occupation is farming.

He depends on rain. When there is no rain. There is drought. When there is heavy rainfall. There is flood. He faces such critical situations.

But he does not lose his patience. He continues his work. He ploughs the fields and sows seeds.

He grows crops and solves our food problem.

22. If there were no fast vehicles like cars, trains, and Planes in the world. Imagine what would happen ?

What would happen if there were no fast vehicles like cars, trains, and Planes in the world ?

It is really an interesting question. If such a situation really arises and all our vehicles including railways and aeroplanes disappear as a result people have to purchase bicycles. Which are a poor man’s transport. It can only serve the purpose within a range of 10 to 15 or 20 kilometres.

Then the Tonga or bullock-carts  will gain its popularity. International trade in horses will get a new turn. And our roads which are now congested with various types of modern vehicles, will be occupied with Tonga, bullock-carts, horses etc.

Government and others officers, who go to their offices in BMW or Mercedes or latest cars, motorbikes, autorickshaw or busses now we have, would have to switch over to horses, Tonga, or bullock-carts.

No doubt, there would be no air pollution or noise pollution at all, which now are the main matter of concern for government and as well as every individual in our country. Due to theses pollution lack of people die in our country every year.

All parking places would be converted into stables and cow shades. Life would be slower again as it was before 100 years.

23. If we are able to read the thoughts of others!

If we are able to read the thoughts of others, it may result in the following consequences (परिणाम).

1. We will be able to see everyone in his/ her true colours and the results may be shocking. Our politicians will be exposed with their false promises at the time of elections.

2. Our dishonest and liars news reporters and journalists who are spreading the hatred (नफरत) among the people of various communities in the name of religion, at least will not destroy the brotherhood (भाईचारा) and peace of the country.

3. Then there will be only truth and honesty prevailing (बने रहना)  in our society because nobody dares (हिम्मत करना)  to think negatively.

4. Then there will be only holy men, all anti-social elements (समाज के दुश्मन)  and people of criminal minds and hearts will become monks (साधू).

5. And the last but not least is there will be no misunderstanding between husband-wife , parents-children and most importantly there will be no break-ups between boyfriends and girlfriends. No boy will be Majnu or no girl will be Laila.

That’s it. Thank you!

(24) Human-being : The best creation of God

God has created the whole universe, the sky, the earth, the sun, the moon etc. God has created everything for human being (मनुष्य) .

Why is the man best creation of God ? It so, because man has the power of thinking and he has got the ability to talk.

Otherwise, (वरना) there is no difference between a man and an animal. These two qualities which seperate the man from an animal.

God has created a number of creatures (पशु-पक्षी) in this universe. Some creatures can fly in the air, some can swim in the water and some can crawl (रेंगना) on the land. The animals also eat, sleep, make house, feel good or bad, they have sex, give birth to their little ones (बच्चों).

In the same way (उसी तरह से) a man does everything whatever (जो कुछ भी) an animal does but thinking power and talking ability makes a man supreme (सर्वश्रेष्ठ) creatures of God.

Now man can make animals their pets (पालतू). The man has brought the huge (विशाल) and dangerous animals under his  controlled. In fact, the man has become the master of all animals, be it sea animals, water animals or land animals. The man rules over (पर राज करना) them.

Not only this (केवल यही नहीं) the man can better fly in the sky, walk in the space, or swim in the water. God has given a beautiful mind to all human beings. The man has also invented (आविष्कार किया) a large number of things for his own comfort (आराम) and benifit (फायदा).

The man has done the inventions and discoveries (ख़ोज). Because of these merits (इन्हीं सब गुणों के कारण), I can say yes, the man is the best creation of God.


Let me know if you have any doubt! 

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