Participation of citizen in the decision making either directly or indirectly through elected representatives is democracy. Indian democracy is considered as the largest democracy in the world. However, it has faced a lots of social and economic inequalities challenges like poverty and unemployment, Illiteracy casteism, communalism, corruption etc. that are required to be addressed, for there is a need to device new proposals. No doubt, law plays an important role to out come the Indian democracy from these issues but mere legal proposals are not enough to the desired reforms in the society. In this paper, it has been attempted to study and analyse the existing democratic setup in India and suggest necessary reforms in order to ensure a sustainable democracy in India.