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Philosophy of Constitution: Preamble
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The lesson throws light on philosophy of Constitution. i.e., preamble. It describes concepts of sovereign, socialist, secular, democratic, republic, justice, liberty, equality, fraternity etc.

Charu Modi is teaching live on Unacademy Plus

Charu Modi
Having completed Masters in Law with gold medal from Lucknow University, qualified NET in July 2018 and has taught at Ambition Law Institute

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such a crystal clear notes and explanation hats off to you sir
which words are in preamble of constitution
mam it's no need to study new ncert? because you are covering old ncert.........plz clarify me mam
super super super.... excellent excellent excellent......... I liked so much and understood very well...
ma'am isn't justice mixed with equality

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  3. PHILOSOPHY . Philosophy * a standard to examine and evaluate any law . action of government .It is the soul of the Indian Constitution osophv.

  4. SOVEREIGN . People have supreme right to make decisions on internal People have supreme right to make decisions on internal as well as external matters. SOCIALIST * Government regulating the ownership of land and industrv to reduce socio-economic inequalities. . SECULAR no official religion. . Government treats all religious beliefs and practices with equal respect.

  5. DEMOCRATIC A form of government where people enjoy equal political rights, elect their rulers and hold them accountable. REPUBLIC The head of the state i hereditary position. . The head of the state is an elected person and not a . JUSTICE no discrimination. Government should work for the welfare of all.

  6. . LIBERTY no unreasonable restrictions on the citizens. . EQUALITY All are equal before the law. All are equal before the law. FRATERNITY * members of the same familv. y.