Cleanliness is the act of keeping our body, mind, dress, home, surroundings and other work area neat and clean. Cleanliness of the body is very necessary for our physical and mental health. Cleanliness of the surrounding areas and environment is very necessary for the social and intellectual health. We should bring cleanliness to our habits and remove dirty forever from everywhere as dirt is the mother which gives birth to various diseases. One always suffers health disorders if he/she does not take bath daily, wears dirty clothes, keep house and surroundings dirty, etc. Dirty things in the surrounding areas or home gives rise to the various disease causing germs, bacteria, virus and fungus.
People having dirty habits also become the reason of spreading dangerous and fatal (life threatening) diseases. Infectious diseases are spread to vast areas and make people ill and sometimes death. So, we should take care of our cleanliness on regular basis. We should wash hands thoroughly with soap whenever we eat something. We always keep our face and whole body neat and clean by frequent bathing. We should take care of our clothes and only wear well washed clean clothes for our good physical and mental health. Cleanliness also improves the confidence level and self-respect as well as respect from others. It is a good habit which keeps us always happy. It makes us feel very proud in the society.
Cleanliness is very necessary to maintain our healthy lifestyle and standard of living. It plays a great role in making a person popular. Various programmes and civil laws has been run and implemented by the government of India in order to promote the awareness about cleanliness among the common public all over India. We all should acquire the clean habits from our childhood and follow onwards throughout the life. Dirt gives rise to the moral evil however gives rise to the moral purity. A person with clean habits can destroy his/her evil desires and dirty thoughts very easily.
We should take care about the wastes of our daily lives and put in only in the dustbin for proper disposal and prevent infections to get spread in the home or surrounding. Cleanliness is not the responsibility of only one person however; it is the responsibility of each and every individual living in the home, society, community and country. We should understand its multifarious facets to fully get benefited. We all should take a cleanliness oath that we never do dirty and never see anyone doing dirty.