Who is the head of state in India?
President is the head of state in India. The President of India (IAST: Bhrat ke Rrapati), also known as the Commander-in-Chief of the Indian Armed Forces, is India’s ceremonial head of state and commander-in-chief. Ram Nath Kovind is the current President of India.
A president is the head of state in a contemporary republic, who is usually elected by the people or by a parliament. The king or queen is the head of state in a monarchy.
All the Answers are given below:
Question 1)Which set of civilian awards is given out by the President on Republic Day?
Answer: Padma Awards
Question 2) Who is the head of state in India?
Question 3) Which state are you in if you are watching the Wagah-Attari border ceremony?
Question 4) Mahatma Gandhi was nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize a total of how many times?
Question 5) Saddened by the partition of the country, where was Mahatma Gandhi on 15th August, 1947?