Short Essay on 'Monkey' (225 Words)


The ‘Monkey’ is a clever beast. Monkeys live all over the world and come in a variety of shapes and sizes. Monkeys are interesting creatures. Almost every one knows its activity and intelligence.

There are over 260 species of monkeys, including apes, lemurs and tarsiers. Their personalities and habits capture the attention of humans on many levels. These intelligent animals with opposable thumbs live in family groups, too.

Monkeys are chiefly found in tropical countries. Hence we find them in India, Africa and South America. In India they are found in great number in Haridwar, Varanasi, Vrindawan, Ayodhya and so on. Sometimes they are seen on hill-tops, example, in Simla and Puri.

Monkeys like to live in jungles and temples. They jump from tree to tree and enjoy themselves. It feeds on fruits and roots. It almost eats every thing which a man eats.

The most peculiar feature that one finds in the monkey is the art of imitation. That is why its habit is counted half human. Once he sees something, it tires to copy it. It is therefore caught and trained.

‘Monkey Day’ is an unofficial international holiday celebrated on December 14. It is celebrated worldwide and often also known as ‘World Monkey Day’ and ‘International Monkey Day’. Many zoos hold annual Monkey Day events. Some of these events focus on educational events about monkeys. 




Short Biography of 'Mohammad Hidayatullah' (270 Words)


‘Mohammad Hidayatullah’ was born on 17 December, 1905. He belonged to an upper class family. His father was Khan Bahadur Hafiz Mohammed Wilayatullah who was an Urdu poet. His grand father Munshi Kudartullah was advocate in Varanasi.

Mohammad Hidayatullah completed his primary education at the Government High School of Raipur. He attended Morris College in Nagpur. He attended Trinity College at the University of Cambridge. He was awarded LL.D. from University of the Philippines and D. Litt. from University of Bhopal.

After graduation, Hidayatullah returned to India and enrolled as an advocate of the High Court of Central Provinces and Berar at Nagpur on 19 July 1930. He also taught Jurisprudence and Mahomedan Law in the University College of Law at Nagpur. He was appointed Government Pleader in the High Court at Nagpur. He became the Advocate General of Central Provinces and Berar (now Madhya Pradesh).

Mohammad Hidayatullah was the Chief Justice of India from 25th February 1968 to 16th December 1970. He was made as the acting president for a short while. After his retirement he was elected as the Vice-President of India. He was the sixth Vice-President of India. He died on 18th September 1992.

Mohammad Hidayatullah is regarded as an eminent jurist, scholar,educationist, author and linguist. In his time he was the youngest judge of the Supreme Court of India. He was the first Muslim Chief Justice of India.

Having served at all of these positions made Hidayatullah unique among other members of Indian history. Justice Hidayatullah became the only person to have served in all three offices of Chief Justice of India, President of India, and the Vice President of India. 




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