“Constitutional morality vs Social morality”

“we the people of India, having solemnly resolved to constitute India into a Sovereign socialist secular democratic republic and to secure to all its citizens Justice social economic and political liberty of thought expressions belief faith and worship, equality of status and of opportunity and to promote among them all fraternity assuring the dignity of the individual and the unity and integrity of the nation in our constituent assembly this 26th day of November 1949 do hereby adopt enact and give to ourselves this CONSTITUTION”. it is what indian constitution Gaurented to every citizen very well stated in preamble of indian constitution which offers not only states the power or independent authority to a state this is the autonomy to legislate on any subject but provides fundamental rights to its citizens provides them ways to proceed and propagate their lives with dignity, equality and with liberty. hence constitution is the building block for the nation provides rules and regulations and sight for propagation of system with integrity equality and provides every single individual a fair chance and opportunities to perform their duties. on the other hand social morality which consists of several traditions which might be motivated by narrow thoughts and ideologies controlled by several heads of groups propagate their own agenda and in the name of construction of social structure and society several myths and ideologies which are not based on equality reasoning freedom reasoning or dignity reasoning destroyed many aspirations and chances and opportunities of many individuals because of biasness. we today had encountered with several examples like triple talak, religious practices, inter caste marriages , caste system dominant ideology of male these all are motivated with social morality. but these all social morality based norms rules and regulations deprived of equality dignity and freedom does not provide equality and liberty to foster the lives. on the other hand our constitution has peculiarity of transformation our constitution is transformative in nature, have power and authority to transform and to execute. may it was abrogation of triple talak to provide every muslim lady to foster their lives with dignity and freedom, or wether it was abrogation of #377 to provide equality and dignity even to homosexuality, apart from it our constitution had offered us six fundamental rights,

right to equality (14 to 18) ,right to freedom (19 to 22), right against exploitation (23 to 24), right to freedom of religion (25 to 28), culture and educational rights (29 to30), right to constitutional remedies (32 to 35). these all fundamental rights are fundamentals for an individual for any citizen where he can flourish his aspirations with equality freedom and liberty. these fundamental rights provides freedom to express freedom to gather freedom to religious choice and played a significant role in one’s life. hence constitutional morality does not allowed any practice which is biased and which makes one’s deprived and another prosper. constitutional morality provides channels to integrate and bound the nation in single belief that is nation provides equality freedom and dignity to every single citizen without any discrimination. hence choice between constitutional morality and social morality goes in favour to constitutional morality over social morality.