|What is it ?
||LokSabha is the House of People, where people who are eligible to vote can elect their representative by way of direct elections.
||RajyaSabha is the Council of States, where the representatives are indirectly elected by the elected representative of the Assembles of States and UnionTerritories(Like Chandigarh, Daman&Diu, Andaman Nicobar Islands).
||The operation of LokSabha continues for 5 years, unless dissolved earlier.
||It is a permanent body.
|Maximum number of members
|Minimum age for being a member
||Vice President of India
|Introduction of Money Bill
||Only in LokSabha
||After the bill is approved in the LokSabha it is sent to the RajyaSabha for consideration.
|Difference in Powers
||LokSabha is the lower chamber of the Parliament. But that does not mean that LokSabha is inferior. It is just an opposite toRajyaSabha.
||RajyaSabha is the upper chamber of the Parliament.
||LokSabha is known as “House of people”.
||RajyaSabha is known as “The council of states”.
|How Members elected ?
||Members of LokSabha are directly elected by the eligible voters.
||Members of RajyaSabha are elected by the elected members of State Legislative Assemblies in accordance with the system of proportional representation by means of single transferable vote.
|Where it is located ?
||India’s government is bicameral. LokSabha is the lower house. The two Houses meet in separate chambers in the SansadBhavan (located on the SansadMarg or “Parliament Street”) in New Delhi.
||RajyaSabha is the upper house. The two Houses meet in separate chambers in the SansadBhavan (located on the SansadMarg or “Parliament Street”) in New Delhi.