What is the difference between a Digital Signature and an Electronic Signature?

Digital Signature Electronic signature
A digital signature relies on public key infrastructure which authenticates the electronic signature An electronic signature is simply a legally valid electronic replacement of a handwritten signature.
Digital signatures carry a user's information along with electronic signatures. Electronic signatures do not contain any authentication attached to them.
A digital signature secures a document. An electronic signature verifies the document.
Digital signatures are validated by licensed certifying authorities such as eMudhra. Electronic signatures are not validated by licensed certifying authorities.
Digital signatures come with encryption standards. Electronic signatures do not come with encryption standards.
A digital signature consists of various security features and is less prone to tampering. An electronic signature is less secure and is more vulnerable to tampering.
A digital signature acts as an electronic fingerprint that consists of a person's identification. An electronic signature can be a file, image, or symbol attached to a document to give consent for a signature.
A digital signature is created via cryptographic algorithms. An electronic signature offers lower security and no cryptographic algorithms are used in creating a simple electronic signature.
A digital signature is authenticated using a digital signature certificate. An electronic signature is authenticated using a phone number, SMS, etc.