International Journal of Law
International Journal of Law
International Journal of Law
Vol. 8, Issue 3 (2022)

Right to freedom of conscience, free profession, practice and propagation of religion under article 25 of the constitution of India


Nitin

The story of civilization has two dynamic components, among many, namely, law and religion. From ancient times, ‘law and religion’ have interacted, jointly operated and, at times, mutually fought to over-power each other. ‘Religion’ binds us together; ‘law’ regulates our mutual relations. India is a multi- religious and multi- cultural country. Right to freedom of religion is a fundamental right under the Indian Constitution. Articles 25-28 of the Indian Constitution confer certain rights relating to freedom of religion not only on citizens but also on all persons in India. This paper examines the issue of freedom of religion in the light of existing constitutional provision through the lens of restrictions.
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Nitin. Right to freedom of conscience, free profession, practice and propagation of religion under article 25 of the constitution of India. International Journal of Law, Volume 8, Issue 3, 2022, Pages 33-40
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