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    Not to be confused with Cleanness or Cleaning.

    Cleanliness is both the abstract state of being clean and free from germs, dirt, trash, or waste, and the habit of achieving and maintaining that state. Cleanliness is often achieved through cleaning. Culturally, cleanliness is usually a good quality, as indicated by the aphorism: "Cleanliness is next to Godliness",[1] and may be regarded as contributing to other ideals such as health and beauty.

    In emphasizing an ongoing procedure or set of habits for the purpose of maintenance and prevention, the concept of cleanliness differs from purity, which is a physical, moral, or ritual state of freedom from pollutants. Whereas purity is usually a quality of an individual or substance, cleanliness has a social dimension and direction or implies a system of interactions.[2] "Cleanliness," observed Jacob Burckhardt, "is indispensable to our modern notion of social perfection."[3] A household or workplace may be said to exhibit cleanliness, but not ordinarily purity; cleanliness also would be a characteristic of the people who maintain cleanness or prevent dirtying.

    On a practical level, cleanliness is thus related to hygiene and disease prevention. Washing is one way of achieving physical cleanliness, usually with water and often some kind of soap or detergent. Cleaning procedures are of the utmost importance in many forms of manufacturing.

    As an assertion of moral superiority or respectability, cleanliness has played a role in establishing cultural values in relation to social class, humanitarianism, and cultural imperialism.[4]

    Cleanliness is linked with proper hygiene. A person who is said to be usually depicts cleanliness.


    1 Religion 1.1 In Christianity 1.2 In Hinduism 1.3 In Islam 2 Hygiene 3 Industry 4 See also 5 References


    See also: Ritual cleanliness

    In Christianity[edit]

    Main articles: Ablution in Christianity and Lavabo

    The Bible has many rituals of purification relating to menstruation, childbirth, sexual relations, skin disease, death, and animal sacrifices. The Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahedo Church prescribes several kinds of hand washing for example after leaving the latrine, lavatory or bathhouse, or before prayer, or after eating a meal.[5] The women in the Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahedo Church are prohibited from entering the church temple during menses; and the men do not enter a church the day after they have had intercourse with their wives.[6]

    Christianity has always placed a strong emphasis on hygiene,[7] Despite the denunciation of the mixed bathing style of Roman pools by early Christian clergy, as well as the pagan custom of women naked bathing in front of men, this did not stop the Church from urging its followers to go to public baths for bathing,[8] which contributed to hygiene and good health according to the Church Father, Clement of Alexandria. The Church also built public bathing facilities that were separate for both sexes near monasteries and pilgrimage sites; also, the popes situated baths within church basilicas and monasteries since the early Middle Ages.[9] Pope Gregory the Great urged his followers on value of bathing as a bodily need.[10]

    In Hinduism[edit]

    In Hinduism, cleanliness is an important virtue and the describes it as one of the divine qualities which one must practice. The Sanskrit word for cleanliness is . The repeats this word in five slokas at 13.8, 16.3, 16.7, 17.14 and 18.42. Śrīmad Bhāgavatam mentioned at 1.16.26, 1.17.24 (as one of the four legs of Satya Yuga or Golden Age), 1.17.42, 3.28.4 (as spiritual practice), 3.31.33 (those who are addicted to sex life will not understand cleanliness), 4.29.84 (purity of atman), 7.11.8-12 (one of the thirty qualities to be acquired), 7.11.21 (cleanliness as a characteristic of a Brahmin), 7.11.24 (cleanliness is a quality of the best worker), 11.3.24 (one should learn cleanliness to serve his or her guru), 11.17.16 (cleanliness is a natural quality of a Brahmin), 11.18.36 (cleanliness as a virtue among those who has realised God), 11.18.43 (quality to be practised by a householder), 11.21.14 (means of cleansing one body and mind), 11.19.36-39 (cleanliness means detachment from desire-prompted actions) 12.2.1 (effects of Kali Yuga on cleanliness).

    Srimad Bhagavatam also recognises cleanliness as one of the thirty qualities which one must acquire to obtain the grace of God[11] and identifies internal and external cleanliness among the twelve regular duties.[12] Cleanliness is also an exalted quality which characterises the Satya Yuga (Golden Age) in Hinduism. As stated by many Hindu scriptures that cleanliness is a way of relative to God.

    Service of the Devas (gods), holy men, teachers, parents, and wise persons, as also the observance of cleanliness, uprightness, continence, and non-injury - these constitute austerities pertaining to the body.[13]

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    Cleanliness: Introduction, Importance of Cleanliness, Videos, Questions

    Cleanliness is next to Godliness. We've heard this phrase many times. But do we follow this? A lot of people don't, even though we should. However, some of us don't even respect the people who clean the trash. There are a lot of cons for not maintaining cleanliness. Let's find out more about it.

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    Cleanliness is next to Godliness. We’ve heard this phrase many times. But do we follow this? A lot of people don’t, even though we should. However, some of us don’t even respect the people who clean the trash. There are a lot of cons for not maintaining cleanliness. Cleanliness should be followed by everyone. Let’s find out more about it.

    Table of content

    1 Suggested Videos

    2 Introduction to Cleanliness

    3 Importance of Cleanliness

    4 Some Clean Habits That Should Be Followed

    5 Questions For You

    Suggested Videos

    Cleanliness Health and Hygiene

    Maintaining our Surroundings

    Introduction to Cleanliness

    Cleanliness means that there is no dirt, no dust, no stains, no bad smells. The goals of cleanliness are health, beauty, absence of offensive odour and to avoid the spreading of dirt and contaminants to oneself and others.

    With the help of cleanliness, we can keep our physical and mental health clean, which will make us feel good. Cleanliness gives rise to a good character by keeping body, mind, and soul clean and peaceful. Maintaining cleanliness is the essential part of healthy living because it is the cleanliness only which helps to improve our personality by keeping clean externally and internally.

    It is everybody’s responsibility and one should keep themselves and their surroundings clean and hygienic. It also brings good and positive thoughts in the mind which slows down the occurrence of diseases.

    Read about Experiments with Water here.

    Importance of Cleanliness

    Sanitation and neatness play an important role in our day to day routine. It is important as it prevents dangerous diseases like Dengue, typhoid, hepatitis, and other diseases caused by mosquito bite, etc.

    Diseases like Jaundice, Cholera, Ascariasis, Leptospirosis, Ringworm, Scabies, Schistosomiasis, Trachoma, etc can be spread due to eating contaminated food, drinking contaminated water or living in an unhygienic condition. Trash also spread bad odour which is difficult to tolerate. There will also be an accumulation of trash and dirt if clean measures aren’t taken.

    Learn more about Water Management here in detail.

    Some Clean Habits That Should Be Followed

    Some of the clean habits that you should follow are listed below :

    One should always wash their hands before eating.

    You should brush your teeth at least twice.

    No one should litter.

    Taking a bath every day is mandatory.

    Washing hands after playing is also very essential.

    Covering your nose while sneezing or covering your mouth while yawning is also necessary.

    If someone has pests and rodents in their house, they must get rid of them as soon as possible.

    One must always cover their food.

    Questions For You

    Q1. What would happen, if nobody select cleaning jobs?

    Accumulation of dirt and trash in the streets.

    Spreading of diseases

    Spreading of foul odour

    All of the above

    Sol. The correct option is option ”d”. If nobody takes up cleaning jobs, the streets won’t be clean and this would lead to accumulation of dirt and trash in the streets. It would also spread diseases and foul odour.

    Q2. What difficulties cleaning attendants have to face during their jobs?

    They don’t get respect

    They have to bear the bad odour

    Attendants don’t get holidays

    Option a and Option b

    Sol. The correct option is option ”d”. Usually, cleaners don’t get respect from the society as the society doesn’t consider their job to be a respected one. They also have to tolerate the foul smell that comes from the trash.

    स्रोत : www.toppr.com

    How to Maintain Cleanliness and Organization in the Workplace

    With all eyes on workplace cleanliness this year, make it a priority to revamp your cleaning policy and ensure compliance with COVID-19 mandates.


    Posted by Rick Regole on Mon, February 22, 2021

    U.S. workplaces closed out the year with a whopping $3.8 million in health violations for noncompliance with COVID-19 mandates, proving once and for all that workplace cleanliness isn’t just important, it’s vital to business continuity. If your organization is still struggling to get its cleaning protocols up to code, it’s time to rethink the plan. From plan development to implementation, this checklist will help ensure that your cleaning initiative is easy, actionable and highly adaptable.

    Part 1: Plan Development 

    Make a chore list. Determine what to clean (removing dust, grime or clutter) versus what to sanitize (killing bacteria and viruses, reducing the spread of germs).Assign cleaning priority levels. High-touch/high-traffic areas should have a higher priority than storage rooms or equipment that rarely gets used.Create step-by-step cleaning guidelines, including:

    How to clean or disinfect surfaces, spaces and equipment, including what cleaning products should be used.

    When and how often areas should be cleaned or disinfected.

    Which staff members are responsible for cleaning and sanitizing areas.

    Who is responsible for enforcing the guidelines.

    Provide specific instructions for cleaning and sanitizing equipment and electronics. Consider putting wipeable covers over control panels and keys to make sanitizing easier and to prevent damage to internal components. Always follow the product instructions in accordance with manufacturer recommendations.

    Note: Be mindful when using chemical cleaners on electronic equipment, as some cleaners can damage surfaces.

    Make cleaning quick and easy. Set practical expectations, provide simple directions, and make the resources needed to complete the task accessible. The easier the task is to perform, the more likely employees will conform, resulting in a clean workplace.Assess cleaning resources and inventory levels. The consistent implementation of a new cleaning policy will depend on available resources, such as cleaning tools, products, and PPE. A well-defined and documented plan will help clarify what and how much to order and help avoid cross-contamination.

    Part 2: Tips For Implementation

    Document and distribute the cleaning plan to all managers and employees. This should include a cleaning schedule, checklist and sign-off sheet that clearly indicates:

    What to clean or sanitize

    When and how frequently

    How to do it

    Who is responsible for cleaning and sanitizing

    Who is responsible for signing off on the cleaning schedule

    Communicate expectations. Make sure everyone understands their role and place an emphasis on the importance of safety, employee health and a clean work environment for employees.Kick-off the new policy by decluttering workspaces. The more organized the environment, the easier it will be to maintain cleanliness and sanitation.Nurture a culture of cleanliness. To establish a mindset around health and safety, it’s important to promote policies throughout the year (not just during roll-out).

    Set up cleaning and hand-sanitizing stations near high-traffic areas.

    Hang signs and posters to remind employees about healthy habits.

    Implement a point system to hold supervisors and employees accountable.

    Beyond preventing the spread of illnesses and avoiding costly fines, plenty of research proves that a well-organized, clean office environment increases productivity and employee satisfaction, reduces on-the-job injuries, and ultimately saves U.S. employers billions of dollars annually in sick days and paid leave. Regularly cleaning equipment and electronics will also extend the life of expensive assets by preventing the buildup of dust and grime, and encouraging routine inspections. Cleaning and organization are a vital part of an office’s success.

    Learn more maintenance best practices from an industry-leading manufacturer.

    स्रोत : www.iconnsystems.com

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