Answer the following question in 25- 30 words.
Which kinds of discrimination does the Constitution prohibit?
According to the Indian Constitution, all Indians are equal before the law i.e. they cannot be discriminated on the basis of religion, race, caste, gender or place of birth.
Shaking the foundations of the caste system in India, these changes brought in a series of minor and major changes in the society. For example – now anyone can go into a restaurant irrespective of his religion, race caste or gender.