The idea of Secularism in the Indian Constitution

The word secularism was begotten by George Holyoake (1817-1906) while distributing an articulation of mainstream precept in an issue of Reasoner in 1851. He states that secularism is the teaching that profound quality ought to be founded exclusively on respect to the well being of humanity in the present life to the rejection of all contemplations attracted from the conviction of god or in a future state.

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