The Importance of Language and Literature in Building of our Nation

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Rami, Hiral D.


This is a sociolinguistic paper which discusses about the importance of Language and Literature in Building of the nation. Language and Literature play a vital role in developing the Nation. Nation-Building is developing national identity using the power of the state. Literature is one of the major contributory factors in the building of nation. Its roles are many and varied.1 Literature has had a major effect on the developing society. It has shaped civilization, changed the political system and exposed injustice. Literature gives us a detailed preview of human experience, allowing us to connect on basis levels of desire and emotion. Even Education is believed to be an instrument for the promotion of peace, integration & unity. Therefore this paper explores that language education can be used as a roadmap to national development and democratic greatness. Literature warns people of danger and instructs by opening people’s eyes to a wide range of experiences and a deeper understanding of these experiences.

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Rami, Hiral D. (2018). The Importance of Language and Literature in Building of our Nation. Research Inspiration, 3(IV), 06–10. Retrieved from


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