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India a Shining of Democracy Around the World: The Democratic Beacon

Author(s) Rinkal Tyagi, Dr. Subhash Kumar Baitha
Country India
Abstract Democracy is simply more than just a system of government. It is said to be a particular kind of state, a social structure, and a moral and religious principle. Democracy therefore implies trust in the average person. It is thought to be responsive to each of its members. PM Narendra Modi paid respect to a wide range of independence warriors during his tenth consecutive address to the nation from the Red Fort ramparts. The Prime Minister declared, “India is the mother of democracy, and diversity is its strength”. India has gained the moniker "the mother of democracy" because of its rich history, culture, and diversity. This enormous subcontinent has hosted a variety of civilizations, rulers, and ideologies over the course of millennia, establishing a distinctive heritage of governance that served as the basis for its democratic values.
India: The Mother of Democracy is a book that was just published by the Indian Council of Historical Research (ICHR). Corporate Life in Ancient India was first published by R.C. Majumdar in 1919, and a revised and expanded edition followed in 1969. D.D. Kosambi’s Introduction (1956), which underlines the democratic structure and group decision-making in what he thought to be tribal institutions in the age of the Buddha, also addresses the topic of an ancient Indian democracy. The ICHR has proposed subjects including Democratic Thoughts and Traditions as Reflected in Arthasastra, Janatantra, ‘Existence of Ganarajya in Kalinga During Asoka’s Invasion’, Harappans-the Pioneering Architect of the Democratic System in the World: Archaeological Perspective, ‘Governing Principles of Democracy in Ancient Sanskrit Scripture based on Sruti, Smiti Itihasa and Mahakavya text’ (Guha, 2023).
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Published In Volume 5, Issue 6, November-December 2023
Published On 2023-11-12
Cite This India a Shining of Democracy Around the World: The Democratic Beacon - Rinkal Tyagi, Dr. Subhash Kumar Baitha - IJFMR Volume 5, Issue 6, November-December 2023. DOI 10.36948/ijfmr.2023.v05i06.8552
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