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Reading has played the best role in the transformation of societies from nomadic to agriculture; agriculture to industrial; industrial to information and knowledge-based societies. It has played a crucial role to transform humans from wild wanderers to world leaders. However, with the technological advances, many new hobbies have taken a greater time slice of human lives, which ultimately affects their reading habits as well. Therefore, the authors have suggested “The Five Laws of Reading” in the present study to keep the reading habits active among humans in times to come. “The Five Laws of Reading” devised are:

1. Reading is an intellectual diet of the mind

2. Develop a habit of reading early

3. Fix the time slot for reading daily

4. Save the future of your life

5. Reading is a continuous process



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