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tell around ten topics for 1 minute speech with some important details to grasp audience attention and get good marks?

Asked by Aditya Sharma(student), on 2/12/12

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HINDUISM

1- I am a Hindu & I Love My Religion very much

2- It is the oldest religion in the world

3- Nepal is a Hindu Cuntry & soon will India be !

4- It has an estimate of about 36 Cr. Gods.

5- It has many places of worship !

6- Every Hindu respects each and very thing in this world !

7- It has Holy Scriptures like Ramayan, MahaBharat, Bhagwad Gita, etc., 

8- It consits of Gods like Lord Shiv, Lord Krishna, Lord Vishnu, Lord Brahma, etc.,

9- Any Hindu who does some thing great for the community becomes a God.

10- Hinduism has some problems like Castism which we will soon overcome.

- Proud to be a Hindu !

Posted by Bhavesh More(student), on 2/12/12
EXPERT ANSWER

Some of the topics that can be developed into a speech are as follows:

  1. Importance of value education for young students

  2. Accuracy and reliability of health check-up camps 

  3. Spread of corruption in the name of charity

  4. Role of advertisements in the upward graph of consumer market

  5. As you sow, so you reap

  6. Optimism is the key to success

  7. God helps those who help themselves

  8. Let bygones be bygones

  9. The importance of team work

  10. Peer pressure and its effects on adolescents

A good speaker is one who develops his speech in accordance with the type of audience he will be facing. Try to start your speech with a quotation related to the topic and use idioms and proberbs to make it interesting. The arguments you present should be well structured, concise and informative. All the best!

Posted by Saima Siddiqui(MeritNation Expert), on 3/12/12

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