The India parliamentary system is made up of three components, the office of the president which is the head of the parliament, the Lok Sabha and the Rajya Sabha. The two parliamentary houses are the top legislative arms of the Indian system of government. Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha have some similarities but differ in so many ways. One of the notable differences between the two legislative houses is that, Rajya Sabha is the upper house of the parliament while Lok Sabha is the lower house house of the parliament.
Another difference is that, Lok Sabha house is changed every five years after the expiration of their tenure through direct election, while Rajya Sabha is a permanent house and one third of the house retire after every two years. Also, Lok Sabha legislative body is made up of 250 elected members while Rajya Sabha house is made up of 250 elected members. A person seeking to be elected to the Lok Sabha parliament house must be at least 25 years of each while a person seeking to be elected into the Rajya Sabha parliament house must be at least 30 years old.