Due to sovereignty, the state is different from all other communities. Sovereignty is of two types, internal and external. Sovereignty is the supreme power of the state, in principle it cannot be banned. The principle of sovereignty came into existence as a result of the rise of states in national and monarchy.
Religion and punishment have been considered as the basis of the sovereignty power of the state in ancient Indian thought, completeness, universality, and non-transferability; stability, indivisibility, and exclusivity are the principal characteristics of sovereignty. The name of sovereignty and the actual scientific, political and Vedas and real, etc. can be many forms.
According to an elemental notion of sovereignty, the supreme sovereign power is unbroken, it is a unit and cannot be divided into individuals and associations.
According to the pluralistic notion of sovereignty, sovereignty does not reside only in the state, but it also resides in a variety of political, religious, cultural, social, and economic institutions in society.