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Individual, Community, and State: Mapping the terrain of religious freedom under the Indian Constitution — Indian Constitutional Law and Philosophy

The Indian Constitution’s religious freedom clauses (Articles 25 and 26) constitute an extremely complex web of relationships between individual, community and State. To navigate this web, the Courts have developed two broad doctrinal tools: a distinction between the religious and the secular, and the “essential religious practices” test. To achieve clarity on what is […]

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