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Format: Paperback
Pages: 936 pages
Publisher: Eastern Book Company
Language: English
ISBN: 8170124336, 9789394364547
Dimensions: 24.2 CM X 4.80 CM X 16 CM
Publisher Code: A/433, AF/454, EA/2690
Date Added: 2023-01-12
Search Category: Textbooks,ebooks
Jurisdiction: Indian


Thoroughly revised by Dr Sanjay Jain after 32 years, this edition of V.D. Mahajan's classic will aid students of Constitutional law in their quest to understand and study this magnificent document from a refreshing new perspective.

This edition provides an exhaustive commentary on the Indian constitutional law with a holistic analysis of the latest developments. A remarkable feature of the book is Dr Jain's contribution in the field of interpretation of constitutional text through the newly introduced Chapter 37, which is reflective of his expertise in the subjects of constitutional law and statutory interpretation and his 25 years of teaching experience.

from the foreword Justice Dr D. Y. Chandrachud, The Chief Justice of India

Revised editions of V.D. Mahajan's Constitutional Law of India are the most fitting tribute to our living Constitution which, while being faithful to its values, structure and history, also reflects an overarching commitment to socio-economic development and transformation to advance the core Preambular goals of justice, liberty, equality and fraternity.

B.V. Nagarathna, Judge, Supreme Court of India

Professor Sanjay Jain has rendered yeoman service to the legal community by painstakingly revising this edition of Vidya Dhar Mahajan's classic work on the Constitution of India. Dr Jain has brought to bear great skills in editing this work presenting a lucid and comprehensive survey of the subject in one volume.

P.N. Prakash, Judge, High Court of Madras

Dr Jain's exhaustive commentary showcases his scholarship and mastery over the subject. A detailed discussion on the judicial interpretation of constitutional provisions, the recent trend of judicial thought, and the evolution of new rights within the framework of fundamental rights, by the Constitutional Courts, over the past 30 years from 1991 to 2022 are his noteworthy contribution to this edition.

R. Mahadevan, Judge, High Court of Madras

This Edition of V.D Mahajan's Constitutional Law of India is a commendable contribution by Prof. Jain to the legal field especially during the Silver Jubilee year of his teaching. Chapter 37 on interpretation of the Constitution is an independent work introducing novel concepts of modern progressive jurisprudence.

Mridula Bhatkar, Chairperson, Maharashtra Administrative Tribunal

Dr Jain has taken great care to set out, in each chapter, the recent trends in the development of constitutional law. Of particular importance is Chapter 37 where several important constitutional principles such as the doctrine of constitutional silence, the right to privacy, and transformative constitutionalism have been carefully analysed and discussed.

P. Datar, Senior Advocate

Table Of Contents:

Table of Cases
Article-wise Contents
Prof. Upendra Baxi: Notes Toward Disability Rights and Constitutionalism

1. Introduction
2. Nature and Salient Features of the Constitution
3. The Preamble of the Constitution
4. The Union and Its Territory
5. Citizenship
6. Fundamental Rights in General and Concepts of State and Law
7. Right to Equality in General (Article 14)
8. Right to Equality (Articles 15–18)
9. Freedoms of Citizens of India under Article 19
10. Protection to Accused Persons (Article 20)
11. Protection of Life and Personal Liberty (Article 21)
12. Protection against Arrest and Detention (Article 22)
13. Right against Exploitation (Articles 23 and 24)
14. Right to Freedom of Religion (Articles 25–28)
15. Cultural and Educational Rights (Articles 29 and 30)
16. Right to Property
17. Constitutional Remedies and Writs in India
18. Limitations on Fundamental Rights
19. Directive Principles of State Policy
20. Fundamental Duties
21. The Union and State Executive (Articles 52–78 and Articles 153–167)
22. Parliament and State Legislatures (Articles 79–123 and Articles 168–213)
23. The Union Judiciary (The Supreme Court of India — Articles 124–147)
24. State Judiciary
25. The Scheduled Areas, North East Constitutionalism and Constitutionalism of Jammu and Kashmir
26. Relations Between the Union and the States
27. Property, Contracts, Rights, Liabilities, Obligations and Suits
28. Freedom of Trade, Commerce and Intercourse
29. Services under the Union and the States
30. Tribunals
31. Elections
32. Special Provisions Relating to Certain Classes
33. Official Language of the Union
34. Emergency Provisions
35. Power and Procedure of Amendment of the Constitution
36. Constitutional Amendments
37. Interpretation of the Constitution
Subject Index

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