Under Role IV 'An', Article 51A of the Indian Constitution portrays the accompanying "Essential Duties" (i.e. the obligation of each subject of India).
To submit to the Constitution and regard its standards and establishments, the National Flag and the National Anthem;
To esteem and take after the respectable beliefs which roused our national battle for flexibility;
To maintain and ensure the sway, solidarity and honesty of India;
To shield the nation and render national administration when called upon to do as such;
To advance agreement and the soul of basic fellowship among every one of the general population of India rising above religious, etymological and territorial or sectional decent varieties; to repudiate hones injurious to the poise of ladies;
To esteem and safeguard the rich legacy of our composite culture;
To secure and enhance the indigenous habitat including woods, lakes, streams and untamed life, and to have empathy for living animals;
To build up the logical temper, humanism and the soul of request and change;
To protect open property and to renounce brutality;
To endeavor towards magnificence in all circles of individual and aggregate action with the goal that the country always ascends to larger amounts of accomplishment; and
When a parent or guardian providing education opportunities to their children their ward must be in between the age of six and fourteen years.