All the articles of the Indian Constitution have been grouped into various Parts. Each Part deals with the different subject matter. Originally the total number of Parts of Indian constitution was 22 which has now increased to 25.
Various articles have been divided into Parts for the convenient because each Part deals with a different subject matter. Total number of parts of the Indian constitution is 25 which are as follow
Part Article Covered Subject Matter
1. Part I 1 to 4 Union and its Territory
2. Part II 5 to 11 Citizenship
3. Part III 12 to 35 Fundamental Rights
4. Part IV 36 to 51 Directive Principles of State Policy
5. Part IV-A 51 A Fundamental Duties
6. Part V 52 to 151 The Union Government
7. Part VI 152 to 237 The State Government
8. Part VIII 239 to 242 The Union Territory
9. Part IX 243 to 243-O The Panchayats
10. Part IX-A 243-P to 243-ZG The Municipalities
11. Part IX-B 243-ZH to 243-ZT The Cooperative Society
12. Part X 244 to 244-A The Scheduled and Tribal Areas
13. Part XI 245 to 263 Relation between Union and States
14. Part XII 264 to 300-A Finance, Property, Contracts and Suits
15. Part XIII 301 to 307 Trade.Commerce and Intercourse within the territory of Indian
16. part XIV 308 to 323 Service under Union and States
17. Part XIV-A 323-A to 323-B Tribunals
18. Part XV 324 to 329-A Election
19. Part XVI 330 to 342 Special provisions relating to certain classes
20. Part XVII 343 to 351 Official Language
21. Part XVIII 352 to 360 Emergency Provisions
22. Part XIX 361 to 367 Miscellaneous
23. Part XX 368 Amendment to the constitution
24. Part XXI 369 to 392 Temporary, Transitional and Special Provisions
25. Part XXII 393 to 395 Short Title, Commencement, authoritative Text in Hindi and Repeals
The total number of parts in which the Indian constitution is divided is 25. While the original constitution had 22 parts.
Part III of the Constitution deals with Fundamental Rights. This Part range from Article 12 to 35.
Part II of the constitution deals with Citizenship. It ranges from article 5 to 11.
Part I of Indian constitution deals with the state and union territories of the country.
Part III which deals with the Fundamental Rights is the soul of Indian constitution.