The Indian Constitution stands for a secular state. The meaning of a secular state is that it does not prioritize any one religion for the country and its people. Secularism calls for a doctrine where all religions are given equal status, recognition and support from the state or it can also be defined as a doctrine that promotes separation of state from religion. But the term is often misconstrued.
Please go through the workbook and answer the required question accordingly:
Mains Work Book No.83 - Secularism-converted.pdf (1.0 MB)