Section 377 of the Indian Constitution
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Section 377 of the Indian Constitution

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38 thoughts on “Section 377 of the Indian Constitution

  1. Dear admin we all respect our constitution without knowing it properly (well most of us!!) so please clarify an INDIAN about the huge privilege he gets under the protection of constitution …… and your MAHABHARATA of course made us believe its a knowledge rather than an ancient sc-fi stroy…..

  2. Your illustrations say thousand words. Keep up the good work. We need more of these Indian Youtube Channels. I just suggest you to change the title of this video,its a bit ambiguous, it should be Section 377 of the Indian Penal Code and not Indian Constitution.

  3. I appreciate that you made this video. But there is something which needs to be thought about first. Its good that we are talking about. But before starting discussion we need to understand that the acronym LGBT is in itself flawed. Here LGB is sexual orientation where as T is sexuality. They should be talked about in isolation.

  4. you guys r doing really good job by showing Indian history n all

    can you please give details of all religions in India it may useful in schools our future generations can learn/understand about each others religions it will help our nation to improve as a team

  5. 377 isn't a part of the constitution right ? Anyways, time to repeal 377, a law which holds no place in the modern world, and a law made by the colonials freaking 150 years ago!

  6. The constitution of India contains Articles, not sections. The title of the video should be section 377 of the IPC which is a different Act altogether. It is separate from the Constitution of India, 1949. The IPC was passed in 1860

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