Secularism is a fundamental component of the Indian Constitution since India is a secular nation. Secularism is a steadfast conviction that religion has no place in government, schools, or any other type of organization. The principle of maintaining equality and justice for all state citizens, regardless of caste, colour, creed, religion, etc., can be used to deduce the relationship between secularism and a unified civil code. Additionally, a legal framework known as the uniform civil code is being suggested to establish and enforce personal laws on all state citizens, independent of distinction. As a result, the author will attempt to provide a general review of the Uniform Civil Code's current condition in India, as well as its historical development, constitutional viability, and potential implementation difficulties.