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Give very short answers for the following questions.
Q.1. What do you understand by absolute monarchy? Name one country which follows this form of government.
Ans. An absolute monarchy means rule by a king or a queen who exercises absolute power. The Vatican City, Saudi Arabia , Oman , Qatar and Swaziland are examples of absolute monarchy.
Q 2. What is direct democracy? Is it practical to follow it in India?
Ans. In direct democracy, the government is elected and run directly by the people . No, it is not practical to follow direct democracy in India due to large population.
Q3. Why is India called a democratic republic?
Ans. India is called a democratic republic because both the President and the Government are elected by the people.
Q4. What are the two principles on which democracy is based?
Ans. Liberty and equality are the two principles on which democracy is based.
Give short answers for the following questions:
Very Short Answer
Q1) What is dignity?
Q2) Define equality?
Q3) What is democracy?
Q4) Who is Rosa Parks?
Q5) What is in the Omprakash Valmiki’s book Joothan?
Q6) What do you mean by the Constitution?
Q7) What is the importance of the democracy?
Q8) What are the key elements of a democratic government?
Q9) What do you understand by the universal adult franchise?
Q10) What do you mean by the Civil Rights Movement?
Q11) Explain the benefits of the midday meals?
Q12) Explain what is the Article 15 of the Indian Constitution?
Q13) Write short note on challenge of democracy?
Q14) Explain what kind of struggle faced by the Africans- Americans?
Q15) How can we explain the equal right to vote?
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