The term "Uniform Civil Code" alludes to a collection of universal, secular laws that will apply to all Indian citizens without regard to their caste, language, or tribe. India has a single code for laws pertaining to contracts, property transfers, criminal laws, and other civil laws that are unreligious. Laws relating to marriage, divorce, inheritance, and the acquisition and administration of property are among the other areas of law that will be covered by it. The state is required by DPSP article 44 to create a uniform civil code. The issues raised during the discussion of the Uniform Civil Code led to the creation of this study report. The analysis focuses on the grassroots communities' current situation in relation to the pressing demand of the moment. The idea of a single civil code is questioned in this essay, as well as its viability for the majority of Indians. The UCC of Goa is used in this research to analyse the difficulties of such a code and to suggest alternatives to the idealistic goal of a single code.