What is the difference between series and parallel circuit

Explain how a parallel circuit is different from a series circuit

When two or more electrical devices are connected in series, they share the same current but different voltages. If any of the devices get faulty, it will affect others. In Parallel connection, electrical devices share the same Voltage but different currents if a problem occurs in any of the parallel-connected loads doesn’t affect others

Series connection voltage increase while current remains the same. In parallel connection both current and voltage increase. In a series circuit, the same amount of current flows through all the components placed in it. On the other hand, in parallel circuits, the components are placed in parallel with each other due to which the circuit splits the current flow