CBSE : Class VIII : Civics : Chapter 2 : Understanding Secularism :What do you understand by secularism ? Is India secular country ?

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  • Published date: June 9, 2019
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A) The preamble states that India is a secular country. This mean that there will be no state religion. All religions will be treated equally. The constitution also guarantees the right to freedom of religion as fundamental right. This includes the freedom of profess, propagate and practice any religion. Hence every religion groups in India can practice and propagate its faith. The government has the duty to protect the life, liberty and property of all its citizen without discriminating them on basis of caste, creeds, religion or female and male.

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