by Subhash C. Kashyap (Ed) (Author) and public men have come together in this prestigious work to present their perspectives on the Constitution of India. Subhash Kashyap has a lot of experience in this field and has written a lot on Among all the books on the Constitution of India which I’ve read so far, this one. Our Constitution: An Introduction to India’s Constitution and Constitutional Law 5th Edition by Subhash C. Kashyap from Only Genuine Products.
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Return to Book Page. Preview — Our Constitution by Subhash C. A commentary and study. Paperbackpages. An introduction to India’s Constitution and Constitutional law India, od land and the people.
To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Our Constitutionplease sign up. Lists with This Book. Feb 15, Nandakishore Varma rated constitutiin liked it Shelves: In India, it is the time for heated debates on the constitution, and the Supreme Court is made to earn its keep with cases coming up before it which requires interpretation of the constitution every kasbyap. So I thought it high time that I read up on the constitution, if only to bring myself up-to-date on it.
This book is a good introduction: However, as you go into details, one needs a copy of the constitution as a handy reference to get the maximum out of the In Subhaah, it is the time for heated debates on the constitution, and the Supreme Court is made to earn its keep with cases coming up before vonstitution which requires interpretation of the constitution every day.
However, as you go into details, one needs a copy of the constitution as a handy reference to get the maximum out of the explanations. Fair enough, as this is a sort of textbook supposed to read by students and not a total rookie like me.
But I did gain something from cinstitution – I found out that: Most of the things the right wingers say about the constitution are pure bovine excrement. Our constitution is democratic and secular, and there is a strong leaning towards socialism. Even though the “freedom of expression” is a fundamental right, it is not absolute. In fact, it has been subhas in by so many restrictions through the first amendment that it resembles a dancer trying to do her thing with legs and hands bound.
The president has no real power at all.
Equality as per our constitution is a very vague concept. There are a lot of people who are “more equal than others”. Finally, even with all its flaws, it’s a pretty strong document. Kudos to the founding fathers of the republic, especially Dr. Ambedkar, for giving us this. It has kept us a democracy while many other such usbhash have gone the way of despotism.
I will expand on this as and when I see fit. I plan to get myself educated on the constitution. Oct 02, Meera marked it as to-read.
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Jan 07, Abhishek rated it really liked it. Subhash Kashyap has a lot of experience in this field and has written a lot on issues facing the constitution.
The book sbuhash pretty objective and covers a good deal about the Indian constitution.
Personal opinions of the author are also expressed though not enough for my liking. Reading the book will give you a good, overall feel of the Indian constitution and the tight rope the makers had to walk to bring I picked up this book because I found Lakshmikanth a stape of UPSC preparation too boring. Reading the book will give you a good, overall feel of the Indian constitution and the tight rope the makers had to walk to bring out a constitution suitable for India. In this sense, I would put this as a book which should be read by every Indian.
Dec inda, Hossan Rose rated it liked it. It’s by no means an easy read and it’s not supposed to be.
Provides valuable insights into the “soul of the country”. One of cknstitution books which you’ll have to keep as reference to go back and revisit once in a while again. If you are a specific reader who reads lot on politicsthis should be the introductory material to Indian constitution. Oct 31, Abhinay Dubey rated it really liked it.
Our Constitution: An Introduction To India’s Constitution And Constitutional Law
Kashyap Sir is amazing in explaining the nuances of the constitution in 25 Chapters. Sep 06, Vivek Kumar rated it it was amazing. Oct 11, Archies rated it liked it. Dec 29, Anugrah Nagaich rated it it was amazing. Among all the books on the Constitution of India which I’ve read so far, this one is the most simple in terms of jargons and language and provides a basic contextual perspective on our Constitution.
This should be the first book to pick up if you want to read about the Indian Constitution. Pf 21, Rajesh Mishra added it. Sandhya rated it it was amazing Jul 28, Ayushi Jain rated it it was amazing Aug 06, Vijaykumar Meena rated it did not like it Jan 28, Shreya rated it really liked it Sep 12, Nithya Ram rated it liked it Nov 29, Praveen rated it liked it Jul 23, Maurya rated it it was amazing Aug 19, Rajneesh Kumar rated it it was amazing Dec 02, Niranjan Komandla rated it really liked it Sep 08, Surfaraj Khan rated it liked it May 14, Rajesh rated it really liked it Oct 23, Shukla Akshat rated it really liked it Aug 12, Neha Bansal rated it really liked it Feb 02, Swarnima rated it really liked it Oct 01, Nivedita Jha rated it really liked it Jun 22, Chunnu rated it it was amazing Nov 09, Prajkta Changediya rated it it was amazing Aug 16, Saranya Kanagaraj rated it it was amazing Aug 12, Amardeep rated it really liked it Aug 06, Vivek Khare rated it really liked it May 03, There are no discussion topics on this book yet.
Kashyap was intimately associated with Parliament for over 37 years. He was Secretary-General Lok Sabha during Earlier, he headed the C.
Currently, he is Honorary Research professor at the Centre for Policy Research, Advocate Supreme Court kashya; consultant in constitutional vy, parliamentary affairs and Political management. Kashyap has published over research papers and articles, over 50 Original works and another 50 edited volumes. He Lectures widely in India and abroad, and writes regularly for national dailies and Indian and foreign journals. Books by Subhash Kshyap.
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