Right To Culture: An Overview

Riddhima Singh, SNDT Women’s University Law School


The word ‘culture’ is many-a-times loosely used to explain ones tradition, value system or even their clothing. Culture is an all encompassing term which one specific piece of legislation cannot contain. Culture, tradition and value system form the foundation of laws that govern us and culture finds a notable mention, either directly or indirectly in our Constitution and other intellectual property legislations.

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