D D Basu Commentary on the Constitution of India is a pioneering work on the Indian Constitution. First published in 1950, this work has enjoyed the reputation of being one of the most comprehensive publications on the subject. It is the first authoritative work on the Constitution of India that adopted an interdisciplinary approach, examining this great document from the philosophical, sociological, political as well as legal perspectives. The series is a treatise on comparative constitutional jurisprudence. Volume 6 of this new and revised edition contains a detailed discussion on Articles 25 to 35. This is the last volume dealing with Fundamental rights. This Volume consists discussion on topical subjects like religious freedom and rights of minorities. This Volume also contains a detailed discussion on Article 32, which is the means by which fundamental rights can be enforced.
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