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10 Most Important Articles Of Indian Constitution

Article 1 - Union of States

Establishes India as a Union of States under the adopted Constitution in 1950.


Article 12-35 - Fundamental Rights

Guarantees fundamental rights, including equality, freedom of speech, and protection against discrimination.


Article 36-51 - Directive Principles of State Policy

Outlines principles for the state to achieve social and economic justice, promoting welfare and equitable distribution of resources.


Article 51A - Fundamental Duties

Lists fundamental duties that citizens must uphold to contribute to a just and harmonious society.


Article 368 - Amendment Process

Outlines the procedure for amending the Constitution, ensuring it can evolve with the needs of the nation.


Article 352-360 - Emergency Provisions

Details provisions for declaring a state of emergency, safeguarding the nation during times of crisis.


Article 52-78 - President's Role

Brief: Defines the powers and duties of the President, who is the ceremonial head of the country.


Article 124-147 - Judiciary

Establishes the structure and independence of the judiciary, ensuring the rule of law and protection of rights.


Article 1 & 1st Schedule - Federal Structure

Defines India as a Union of States, emphasizing the federal structure that balances national unity and regional diversity.


Article 19 - Freedom of Speech and Expression

Guarantees citizens the right to freedom of speech and expression.


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