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State’s control over the religious institutions- Issues with the Article 26 of the Constitution

State’s control over the religious institutions- Issues with the Article 26 of the Constitution Introduction This article talks about the state control over the Hindu religious establishments, constitutional backing and the issues involved in it. Indian Secularism The principles on which secularism rests in India are distinct from their western antecedents. The Constituent Assembly was especially mindful of the civic history (practice of social eveils like Devadasi s

Articles 25 and 26- Issue of government control over certain Hindu religious institutions

Articles 25 and 26- Issue of government control over certain Hindu religious institutions Introduction The problem of hierarchical division in Hindu society is prevalent. But the issue of government control of temples is distinct from the issue of throwing open Hindu religious institutions to all classes and sections of society. To confuse the two is constitutionally misleading. Separate pieces of legislation exist — the [Madras] Temple Entry Authorisation Act, 1947 &mdas

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