A Constitution is only a means to an end and not an end in itself. It has no sanctity. It must conform to the needs and conveniences of the country and of changing times. The case for an immediate need for reviewing the Indian Constitution is unassailable. Experience of working the Constitution has revealed many shortcomings which call for reforms. The very first objective of any proposal for constitutional reform must be to ensure that the system provides a stable government at the Center and in the states. Reviewing the Constitution brings together the reflections of a number of eminent scholars and legal luminaries. No attempt is made to achieve a consensus but a certain directions which may answer the essential needs at the present time of India's political system.