India does not establish any one religion as the official religion. It also does not confer any privilege or favour on any particular religion, Nor does it punish or discriminate against people on; the basis of religion they follow. The Indian Constitution says that every person has a. right to profess, practice and propagate the religion as he or she believes in and every religions group or sect is free to manage its religions affairs.
That’s why Indian Government cannot compel any person to pay in taxes for the promotion or maintenance of any particular religion or religions institutions. India cannot compel anyone to take part in any religions instructions or to attend any religions worship.