The Indian Parliament serves as a Vice-President, and the Chairman of the Rajya Sabha, Shri Bhairon Singh Shekhawat, has described it as a "magnificent embodiment of our country's democratic ethos." It holds a key role in our political polity as the national legislature and source of the Union's constituent forces. Parliament has developed into a multi-faceted entity over time. Our Parliament has been influential in ushering in social reform and growth through transformative legislation and constructive discussions on critical issues confronting the nation, thereby paving the way for good governance, which is the foundation of democracy. It is the tale of a populous nation's political progress, demonstrating to the rest of the world how complicated issues can be effectively solved within a legislative and democratic system. The level of welfare that democracy advocates for our people is how we assess its effectiveness. Our Constitution's 'fulcrum practically theory' The Indian polity's federal system is based on the legislative model of governance, which holds the executive responsible to the legislature. The President of India, the Rajya Sabha (Council of States), and the Lok Sabha are the three members of India's Parliament (House of the People). The President of India is the executive's legislative leader. A Council of Ministers, led by the Prime Minister, assists and advises the President in carrying out his duties.