A debate has flared up, especially after the Supreme Court’s Sabarimala judgment, on whether the state should leave religion alone. In the Indian context, it is more pertinent to ask whether religion can leave the state alone. The relevance of this question is underscored by the unique definition of secularism espoused by the founding fathers of the Constitution, namely that the Indian state must be equidistant from all religions while allowing religions equal space in the public sphere.
Uses of secularism according to changing times
Change in ideology
Secularism as Ace of spade
What should have been done?
SC’s order regarding Ayodhya dispute
PIC COURTESY:- The Hindu
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