Judiciary to interpret the Constitution of India
The judicial function of the Court in interpreting the Constitution thus becomes anti nomi. It calls for a plea upon a continuity of members found in the instrument and for meeting the domain needs and aspirations of the present. A constitutional court is a nice balance of jurisdiction and it declares the law as contained in the Constitution but in doing so it rightly reflected that the Constitution is a living and organic thing which of all instruments has the greatest claim to be construed broadly and liberally In the interpretation of a constitutional documents words are but the framework of concepts and concepts may change more than words themselves. The significance of the change of the concepts themselves is vital and the constitutional issues are not solved by a mere appeal to the meaning of words without an acceptance of the line of their growth. It is aptly said that the intention of the Constitution is rather to outline principles than to engrave details.