Everyone of us must have heard the well known proverb “Unity is strength”. No country which is run by internal dimensions and divisions can stand against enemies. Divisional lack of unity always ends in disaster. In the same way differences among brothers ruin the family. Take the case of Raven, The King of Lankan. He was fated to die when his brother left Im and Joined his enemy. Jealousy between Primitive Raja and Jamaican gave an opportunity to Mohammad Chore to conquer India.
The quarrels among Ragouts brought their downfall and humiliation. Restaurant was conquered by Muslim rulers In spite of the fact that Ragouts were matchless In bravery. If they had gathered under one banner, the history of India would have been different. Everybody knows perfectly well that one thread Is easily broken and when threads are united Into a rope, they cannot be broken easily.
It Is correct to say that we cannot face our enemy single handed as successfully as we can hen we are united and are the members of a group or an association for example- the workers association, the clerks association and the motor drivers association etc. What is true in the case of kings and states is also true in the case of an ordinary man. Everybody knows well the famous story of an old man whose sons could not break a bundle of sticks but were successful in breaking the sticks when they were separated. This clearly proves that unity is strength or united we stand and divided we stand and divided we fall.