Hi students! Here is your answer.
The separation of religion power from the power of the state
is known as secularism. India is known as a secular state because there are
many types of diversities present. India has many religious groups within the
population, the Muslims, Hindus, Christians, Parsis, Buddhists, etc. so, to
support only one religion can create disturbance, that is why India is known as
a secular state.