Provisions of Human Rights in Indian Constitution: An Overview

Ms. Reena


Today Human Rights are commonly understood as inalienable fundamental rights to which a person is inherently entitled being a member of society. Moreover, human rights are universal, individual, and interdependent and inter-related to each other. These rights may exist as natural rights or legal rights. These rights are legally guaranteed in a set of binding treaties and conventions. They cover all fields such as political, social, economic and cultural rights. The first major international human rights document was The Universal Declaration of Human Rights – 1948.  This document laid out all the basic rights and freedom for all people in its universal form. India made the provisions of fundamental rights in form of human rights in the constitution in different articles. The present research paper highlights some major provisions of human rights in Indian constitution.     

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