Kesavananda Bharati v. State of Kerala | Most important case of Indian Constitution
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Kesavananda Bharati v. State of Kerala | Most important case of Indian Constitution

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When a law student talks about the landmark judgments in India the very first thing that comes to his mind is the famous case of Kesavananda Bharti v. State of … .

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32 thoughts on “Kesavananda Bharati v. State of Kerala | Most important case of Indian Constitution

  1. I found your videos explaining the parts of constitution when I was preparing for exams. And they were so helpful. My exams are over. But I'm still here going through all these videos because of the clarity with which you explain the material despite the fact that it's in Hindi which is probably my fourth language.

  2. mam i regularly watch your video since 2018…literally i fell in love with the way you teaching…and i have a request to you to make a video on important cases like minarbha mill case, s.r bommai case , goloknath, berubari, golapan etc…previously i saw a video where you cover all major cases ..but i'm not satisfied with this video…pleaee mam..

    and please makes Another video on the topic " what is financial bill, what is money bill…difference between money bill and financial bill…how speaker decides whether it is money bill or financial bill?" etc….Thank You mam (in advance)….your well wisher and a big fan from a small village of west bengal..

  3. i know that your view and subscribers depend on Hindi viewers,so i don't say to make video in English but don't remove English subtitles for any reason as you are one of the few channel in English,thanks.

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