A Family

Every man is incomplete without a family. The world is regarded as a global village. It is a global family and we are the members of it. Man is a social being and therefore needs companionship from others. Despite this, there are different kinds of families within the global village. These families have different features of their own. Then it seems we live in the same vessel but in different cabins. All family members share an equal part while shouldering responsibilities within the family.

Family is an integral part of every human. Each and every member of each family is born and brought up in a different way without being influenced by another. A family means to have a man, his parents, his wife and his children all are living together. A family is behind a happy man.

In a single-family, the husband is the head of the family. It is a chaos-free family. No member is disturbed by others. Each member has liberty or freedom will to work either for him/her or for the family interest. A student in such a family finds an undisturbed time and room to go on studying with rapt attention. He/she can’t enjoy the companionship of the family members.

A joint family means an extended family where everyone is to perform domestic chores. But Milliner is also found in the family. A student living in such a family feels disturbed. He/she is to share his / her room with a guest or another member. There always exists chaos and confusion there. A joint family member of a tender age can learn some tracts which are not in link with an aristocratic family. Each member becomes a class by himself.

Family formation differs from country to country. A happy man will work happily, behave well with others, and completes all his responsibility towards society and nation. In our country there prevails the paternal system of family. Father is the head of it. He takes a final decision in every aspect. He marries off his adult or young aged son and daughter. Children in our society bear the introduction of their father. In order to be familiar with an unknown person. he tells his father’s name on credit. A father generally holds his social status in our country but the maternal system prevails in Kenya The children of Native Americans follow their mother’s clan. Women always help men. They own the land.