The necessity for a uniform civil code occasionally surfaced in some circles. The obligation to achieve a consistent civil code for Indian people is outlined in Article 44 of the Indian Constitution. In June 2016, the Union Government requested the Law Commission of India to look at issues pertaining to a uniform civil code. On August 31, 2018, the Law Commission released its findings on the subject as a Consultation Paper on the Reform of Family Law. This study work has thoroughly examined a number of the elements of the real problem. The research is broken down into the following sections: Constitutional Contours, Views of the Constitution’s Framers, Judicial Approach, Stand of the Government, Law Commission Report and Concluding Observation and Suggestion.