Some of the major challenges to the Indian democracy are casteism, communalism, political violence and corruption.
When there are challenges, there are also many possible reforms too. Commonly democracy is a form of government in which rulers are elected by the people.
Elections should be held in a free and fair manner with equal choice and opportunity to all. Democratic rights should not be limited to voting, contesting and forming political parties. Democracy should grant some social and economic rights to the citizens.
The very spirit of power sharing should be extended to power sharing between governments and social groups. Modern democracy should respect the voice of the minority with the majority.
The democracy should also extend its scope from mere government and its activities to eliminating discrimination of all kinds. Democracy is also the best form of government on the basis of Accountability, Consultation and Discussion, Accommodates and Social Diversities.
Good Democracy is a form of government in which rulers are elected by the people and ensure that every citizen participates in decision making process directly or indirectly through elected representatives in a free and fair manner.