An unconstitutional civil-military equation has been central to Pakistan’s trajectory since after independence. To many experts in Pakistan, military’s hegemony in Pakistan stems from various factors chief among which are considered the disregard for Constitutional supremacy, the democratic principles and military’s corporate interests. Add to it an elaborate system of pay and perks that the civil bureaucracy complains does not compare within the rest of Pakistan’s system. What is the case of India especially since both have countries share the same colonial past? This paper looking at the Indian Civil Military Relations has been authored by Mr. Rahul K. Bhonsle, Director of the Security Risks Pvt. Ltd., a Strategy Risk and Knowledge Management Consultancy in India. Mr. Bhonsle looks at questions such as system of pays and perks for officers in India, the system in place in the Indian military for the welfare of the retired, dead or injured soldiers and officers and their families and the curriculum of Indian Military Academies and institutions, relating to political, civic and constitutional subjects, that inculcates in the soldiers and officers the respect for Constitution and Democracy in India.