Indian framers picked federalism from the menu of constitutional options because they thought it fit their needs and circumstances
It’s easy to think of all the ways India and the US are different, vastly separated by size, culture, religion and wealth. Yet the two are governed by a remarkably similar structure: democratic federalism, in which overlapping power is shared between provinces and a supreme central government.
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