The Story of Indian Democracy

The Story of Indian Democracy


Write an essay on the ways that the Indian constitution touches people’s everyday life, drawing upon different examples.


(1) Indian Constitution has given democracy to all of us. We are all familiar with the idea that democracy is government of the people, by the people, and for the people. Democracies fall into two basic categories, direct and representative. In a direct democracy, all citizens, without the intermediary of elected or appointed officials, can participate in making public decisions.

(2) Living in city or town or a village we can contact daily or whenever we desire with our representatives to discuss the problems of our area, village / town / city. We can draw the attention of our government through newspaper or mass-media by writing letters or participating on channels or TV.

(3) Our constitution has established secularism. We can participate directly or indirectly in strengthening this national ideal by supporting the people of other community particularly of minority communities by having good relation or extending him or her friendly relation an even financial help an celebrating all festivals together.

(4) Our constitution has decided to make India a welfare state and a sociologist patronist society. We can work hard for economic development of our duties, honestly andpunctually. We should pay all taxes, honestlyand in time. We should operate to protect public and national property.

(5) We should support all those programmes, projects and policies of government which are helpful in bringing social and economic justice in the country. We should support programme like pulse polio, blood donation, eye-donation, etc. We should serve free of cost to neady patient in the hospitals and should participate in relief camps organised for flood or earth or epidemic affected people of India.

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