The Constitution- Freedoms and Rights


  • Shritu Anand Assistant Professor, Motherhood University, Roorkee


Indian Constitution, Constitutional Remedies, Fundamental rights, Democratic, Value of Justice


People often view the framing of India's Constitution as a pivotal point in history since it marked the end
of a long-running fight for political and economic self-determination and the passage from a colonial
government maintained by coercion to a democratic republic. Basically, Part-3rd of the Constitution the
Fundamental Rights is the basic rights of humans and guaranteed by the Constitution of India.
Thereafter, the fundamental rights2 put in with the “Right to Equality”, “Right to freedom”, “Right
against exploitation”, “Right to freedom of Religion”, “Cultural and Educational Rights” and “Right to
constitutional Remedies”. Freedom grants people the fundamental rights to “freedom of speech”,
“association, personal liberty”, and “the right to live a dignified life”, among other things. The extent of
these regulations and any applicable exceptions must be understood. The purpose of this article is to
offer understanding into the Indian Constitution, which is founded on the values of “liberty”, “equality”,
“fraternity”, and “justice”. The study also discusses freedom and rights from a fundamental point of

Author Biography

Shritu Anand, Assistant Professor, Motherhood University, Roorkee

Assistant Professor, Motherhood University, Roorkee


The Constitution of India, 1950 Para 3,

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Fundamental Rights of Indian Constitution

Equality Before Law-

Law-and- Equality-protection-of-the-law

Prohibition of Discrimination-

article-14-protection- discrimination

Cultural and Educational Rights possessing a unique language, script, or culture and to maintain

the same. These rights are essential for defending the human rights of minority groups in a

majority society like India.

Part III of the Constitution-




How to Cite

Shritu Anand. (2023). The Constitution- Freedoms and Rights. RECENT RESEARCHES IN SOCIAL SCIENCES & HUMANITIES, 10(4), 91–94. Retrieved from