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1) “The idea of secularism as expressed in our Constitution and as articulated over the years through the political process is embedded in the concepts of equality and democracy rather than in the Western concept of secularism which denies religion any space in the public sphere.” In the light of the statement, critically analyse how India’s version of Secularism is different from that of West’s.

Topic:  Secularism

1) “The idea of secularism as expressed in our Constitution and as articulated over the years through the political process is embedded in the concepts of equality and democracy rather than in the Western concept of secularism which denies religion any space in the public sphere.” In the light of the statement, critically analyse how India’s version of Secularism is different from that of West’s. (200 Words)

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