Why is untouchability regarded as social evil?
Untouchability in India, is a practice where a particular community considers even touching another community person as polluting one. A person who touches the untouchables are usually made to undergo cleansing process, like bathing, or spraying of water, depending on the regional practice.
Any evil, such as overindulgence, that affects society is generally termed as social evil. An evil is always there in a society, there could hardly be any community which could be careful as most virtuous. It is normally the loosening effect of law and orderattached with falling apart of moral values in a society which results in the spread of social evils.
Today's youth is tomorrow's adult generation.Now we may not take any big step to eradicate social evil but we can prepare our minds that when we will be adults we will not support social evil. We at this moment can orally fight with the social criminals, put up posters in our neighboring to decrease the social evils such as caste system,apartheid, child marriage,rape etc.......that's we all can do now. when we become adults we won't…
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