Theory:

The law-making body at the state level is called the State Legislature.
The state legislature can be classified into Unicameral and Bicameral legislature.
Unicameral Legislature: In India, except few states, most of the state legislature consists of the Governor and the legislative assembly called the Unicameral legislature.
 
Bicameral Legislature: A few other state legislatures in India consist of the Governor, the legislative assembly, and the legislative council is known as the Bicameral legislature.
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Currently, there are six states which follow the bicameral legislature. They are as follows:
  1. Bihar
  2. Uttar Pradesh
  3. Maharashtra
  4. Karnataka
  5. Andhra Pradesh
  6. Telangana