Whether the Swami of Shirur Math had a right to property under Article 19(1) (f) of the Constitution?
Whether this ‘person’ mentioned in article 25 which grants freedom of religion to every person, meant only individuals or included corporate bodies as well?
Whether Shirur Math and its followers could be considered as a ‘religious denomination or any section thereof’ to attract protection of their rights under Article 26?
What constituted ‘matters of religion’ so as to prohibit the Government from interfering with the Swami’s functions?
Article 19, 25, 26, and, 27 of The Constitution Of India.