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6 Fundamental Rights of India

1. Right to equality
2. Right to freedom
3. Right against exploitation
4. Right to freedom of religion
5. Right to cultural expression and education
6. Right to constitutional remedies

Right to Equality

Every citizen is the same under the law. This means that men and women are equal no matter what religion or caste they belong to. The law will treat a brahmin woman the same way that it would treat a Christian man if they were to break the law.

Right to Freedom

The law allows the citizens of India to criticize the government and its policies. They can organise themselves however they choose and carry out their daily lives in any way they seem fit (within limits of course). In short, people are able to exist without fear of a higher force such as the government.

Right against Exploitation

To be exploited is to be misused. Children and poor people are especially vulnerable to being exploited. This fundamental right ensures things like education for children and equal pay for equal work.

Right to Freedom of Religion

Every citizen can practice their religion of choice. Everyone is free to do whatever their religion tells them to do. So Muslims fast during Ramzan, Christians during Lent and Hindus during Navaratri. However, in following our religion we should not forget that other people are free to follow theirs and that this is no reason to fight.

Cultural and Educational Rights

These rights are especially laid down to protect minorities. These are groups of people who are less in number or live in remote areas or have been downtrodden by the traditional society. This includes certain castes and tribes who live in forests, away from developed big cities. Even the Dalits or the small religious groups like the Parsis are minorities. They have a fundamental right to enjoy all the benefits that the majority of citizens enjoy.

Right to Constitutional Remedies

Every citizen has equal right to appeal to the court of law for justice if there is a threat to his life or property or to join the government in order to affect this change.

Right to equality
Right to freedom
Right to practice any Religion
Cultural and Educational Rights.
Right against Exploitation.
Right to Constitutional Remedies.