Workbook 83/87 - Secularism

Hey Students!

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)

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Good intro. Nice structure. All dimensions of question has been identified well. To the mark conclusion. Keep practicing.

Good intro. Nice structure. The word is distinct and not extinct. Mention clear headings and sub-headings. Also mention some of the ways to further strengthen the Indian model in way forward. Keep practicing.

Good intro. Nice structure. The word is distinct and not extinct. Mention clear headings and sub-headings. Also mention some of the ways to further strengthen the Indian model in way forward. Keep practicing.

Good intro. Nice structure. Good diagram. All dimensions of question have been identified well. Keep practicing.

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