Social rules are the most human social activity that is organized and regulated by socially produced and reproduced systems of rules. They are the guidelines for each individual member of the society. They are a set or pattern of behaviour expected to be followed by everyone in the society.
Discipline, manners, modesty, cooperation and civility are expected from the people.
If social rules are not followed properly then the society and social life will have to face various disasters. For example, marrying two girls by a boy is a crime in the society. It is also a social rule not to marry another girl if his wife is with him. If he does not follow the social rule, various problems will arise.
Social rules are obligatory because the society has prescribed certain rules that are expected to be followed by everyone in the society. It binds the people in discipline. The social rules are correct and acceptable behavior in the society.
Being in the society, the person should help one another in times of need, participate in social functions, cultivate cooperation, friendliness, and a person should give high preference to social interest than his/her personal interests.
Our society consists of different people with different religious, linguistic, traditional, ethnic and cultural backgrounds and to respect such differences is also a part of the social rule. If a person does not respect such differences, then the society will not accept such person as its member.
A person should give high preference to social interest than his/her personal interests. Helping one another in times of need, cultivation of cooperation, friendliness, participation in social functions are some of the activities that a person should consider to be of high importance.
Sanctity is something very important and must be treated with respect.