The article talks about the death of ‘Constitutional Secularism’ in India, while it highlights the features of ‘Constitutional Secularism’ and its Indian perspective. The article also points out the replacement of ‘Constitutional Secularism’ with ‘Party-political secularism’ which has driven away all values from the core idea and replaced it with opportunism. The article suggests measures to kickstart discourse and practice secularism. The article here cites the example of Europe which was understood by Nehru during the early struggles of the 19th century. Last, the article talks about inter-religious issues and struggles to restore communal harmony with support from intellectuals.