Q.1 Although a bit different from modern democracy, democratic traditions have been a part of ancient Indian culture establishing the view that India is not just the world’s largest democracy, but also the “mother of democracy”. Discuss. (10 Marks)

Mentor’s Comments-

  • Introduce by defining democracy as a system of debate and discussion.
  • In the next part, elaborate on various institutes of democracy of ancient times such as Sabha, Samiti, republics of Buddhist period, Chola village assemblies etc.
  • Follow it with elaboration of democratic traditions which were not a part of ancient India such as separation of power, fundamental rights etc.
  • Conclude by mentioning the PM’s remark of India as mother of democracy with a summarized view.

 

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Shubham Chate
Shubham Chate
3 months ago

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harinand patel
harinand patel
3 months ago
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3 months ago
Reply to  Shubham Chate

There is lack of facts and data like when Sabha and Simiti was in existence and you have not fullfill the word limit also.