Introduction: Salt is a mineral consisting primarily of sodium chloride. Salt is a well-known thing in our everyday use.
Description: Salt is obtained from the sea-water. First, the sea-water is boiled or dried in the sun. When the water dries up, the salt is left behind. This salt is later refined.
It is also obtained from mines. It is called rock salt. Sedimentary salt is obtained from salt mines in Punjab. Salt easily dissolves in water and other liquids.
Salt Manufacture: In England, salt is produced in large quantities. Salt is also prepared on the sea-floor of India. The government can do it alone. Private individuals can prepare salt with the permission of the government.
Utility: Salt is a very common thing but essential for all rich and poor. We can’t do without it. We use it every day in our food. Food is made delicious with salt. It helps in food digestion. It is used by men as well as animals. It kills germs of the disease. Salt is used in preparing some medicines. Salt does not taste good on its own. But it can give flavour to other things when it is properly mixed with them. A vegetable cooked without salt becomes tasteless.
Conclusion: Salt is so much useful and necessary that the government should allow the common people to prepare it from sea-water in order to make it cheaper. 0 0 0
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N. B. The article ‘Salt-An Essay’ originally belongs to the book ‘School Essays Part-I‘ by Menonim Menonimus.
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