Every being on this planet possesses some basic and inalienable - (Inalienable meaning: not subject to being taken away from or given away by the possessor) rights which are commonly known as human rights.

Human rights are constant for every individual's freedom and dignity as they are essential and conducive to social, physical, moral, and spiritual welfare. Click here to know List of State Human Rights Commissions in India.

Irrespective of their caste, creed, religion, sex, and nationality these rights belong to every individual because of their existence, they become operative with their birth. 
"The human right dictionary meaning - a right that is believed to belong to every person." 
Human rights are also sometimes referred to as birthrights, basic rights, fundamental rights, natural rights, and inherent rights.

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