Right to Religion and Its Rela-Shun to Essentiality of Hijab Practices

  • Divyasri Jaganathan
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  • Divyasri Jaganathan

    Student at Christ University, Bengaluru, India

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This research article articulates the essentiality of the hijab practice and the consequence of the right to Religion in its relation/rela-shun. It aims to provide a viewpoint of the hijab practices as customary rights proving it to be fundamental whilst giving a multidimensional view from a spiritual and institutional angle. The misunderstanding of faith and Religion has proved to be of great hindrance in the generation of these controversies. To generate clarity, The Right to Religion in India have been stated. It uses sources from spiritual texts, articles, journals and landmark judgements for the same. The limitation of this article mainly pertains to the Karnataka Hijab Row and discusses religious essentiality and customary practices in the same regard. Thus, the results of the research article elucidate keystone solutions to combat the controversy and state the essence of the consequence of the hijab ban in Karnataka and the rest of India.


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International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 6, Issue 3, Page 1675 - 1685

DOI: https://doij.org/10.10000/IJLMH.115022

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