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The Indian State Both Keeps Away from Religion as Well as Intervenes in Religion. this Idea Can Be Quite Confusing. - Social Science

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The Indian State both keeps away from religion as well as intervenes in religion. This idea can be quite confusing. Discuss this once again in class using examples from the chapter as well as those that you might have come up with.

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The Indian State keeps away from religion as well as intervenes in religion. This idea is quite confusing. It allows Sikh citizens to wear turbans and thereby be exempt from the use of helmets but it also disallows government schools from celebrating any particular religious festival. Annual holidays are given with regard to all religions and not any specific ones.

Concept: Indian Secularism
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NCERT Class 8 Social Science - Social and Political Life 3
Chapter 2 Understanding Secularism
Exercise | Q 6 | Page 26
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