• Secularism


Secularism implies equality of all religions. India therefore does not have an official state religion. Every person here has the right to preach, practice and propagate any religion as per their choice. The government ought not to be partial to any particular religion. On the contrary, it must treat all religions with equal respect. All citizens, irrespective of their religious beliefs are equal in the eyes of law. The content presents fundamental information with regard to the fundamental beliefs, social values, religious practices and celebration of festivals. 

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