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Right to equality
Right to freedom
Right against exploitation
Right to freedom of religion
Cultural and educational rights
Right to constitutional remedies
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rights are claims of social life and they help individuals to develop their personality.some of the fundamental rights provide protection only against the state action and do not safeguarded against the action of private individuals.fundamental rights are guaranteed and protected by the constitution to all persons without any discrimination.the fundamental rights have been described in articles 12-35.
originally, fundamental rights were seven in number:-
1.right to equality 
2.right to freedom
3.right against exploitation
4.right to freedom of religion
5.cultural and educational rights
6.right to property
7.right to constitutional remedies
the responsibilities in the constitution serves as the reminder to the citizen that while enjoying their rights, they should also be conscious of their duties towards  their country.originally,constitution did not contain fundamental duties.in 1976, the FDs of citizens were added by 42nd constitutional amendment act(1976) on the basis of Swaran Singh committee report.earlier our constitution had 10 duties but one more was added later.
some of the fundamental duties are:-
1.to abide by the constitution and respect its ideals and institutions, the natioanl flag and the national anthem.
 to cherish and follow the noble ideals that inspired the national struggle for freedom.
3.to uphold and protect the sovereignty,unity and integrity of india.
4.to promote harmony and spirit of brotherhood.
 5.to defend the country and render national service
6.to value and preserve the rich heritage of country's culture.
7.to protect and improve the natural environment.
8.to develop scientific temper,humanism and the spirit of inquiry and reform.
9.to safeguard public property.
10.to strive towards excellence in all spheres of individual.
11.to provide opportunities for education to children.

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