The preamble is an introductory statement in the Constitution, which explains the reasons and guiding values of the Constitution. The Preamble is the soul of the Indian Constitution, which contains the philosophy on which the entire Constitution has been built.
The following are the five major ideals enshrined in the Preamble to the Constitution of India:
It refers to freedom in the activities of citizens of India.
Discrimination of the citizens on any ground is legally prohibited.
The people of India have supreme power and authority to decide on internal and external matters concerning the country. The government cannot be dictated by any external power.
There is no state religion in India. Secular Citizens have complete freedom to practise and profess any religion or faith of their choice. No government machinery can discriminate against or favour any religion or faith and its followers.
In India, it is the form of government where people enjoy equal rights, choose their leaders, who form the government. The government has to function according to certain basic rules ensuring maximum welfare of the people.
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