Communication is the basis of daily life. In fact, it is the basic and most vital human instinct. “The process of sharing ideas, information and messages with others in a particular time and date is called communication.” It includes writing and talking, as well as non-verbal communication, (such as facial expressions, body language or gestures), visual communication (the use of images, or pictures such as paintings, photography, video or film) and electronic communication (telephone calls, e-mails, cable TV or satellite broadcasts). Communication is the most vital element of our daily life and is also significant in other walks of life such as business, education and any other situation where people encounter each other for any purpose. Communication between two people is an outgrowth of methods developed over centuries of experience. Gestures, the development of languages and the necessity to engage in joint action in daily life, all played a part.


Muslim PressPunjabEVOLUTION1997