The Supreme Court of India is the guardian of not the Constitution alone but also of the ideals and values that our forefathers fought for, Supreme Court judge Justice Krishna Murari said on Saturday. .Justice Murari pointed out that the same stans outlined in the preamble of the Constitution."The Supreme Court as the guardian of the Indian Constitution, is not only a protector of its provisions but also the ideals and values that our forefathers fought for... Its interpretation must adopt to changed circumstances of time and policy," he said. Justice Murari touched upon how the top court has used its powers of interpretation to uphold fundamental rights by expanding the scope of Article 21. "The development, evolution and protection of rights throughout judicial interpretation largely originates from Article 21."The Supreme Court judge was delivering a lecture on the evolution of the Indian Constitution at the Faculty of Law of the Aligarh Muslim University .Justice Murari also advised law students to take up law practice instead of going for corporate jobs. The initial few years in legal practice would be turbulent but it is ultimately rewarding, he said."I would like to say that draw inspiration from the great children of mother India, that is those of the bar and bench. Unless there is good bar there cannot be good judgments and there would be no development in law. Start career in litigation, first few years though will be turbulent. But if you manage to sail through, a very bright future awaits all where sky is the limit. Great determination and commitment would be needed."He pointed out that with increasing demand for specialists in the legal profession, the demand in litigation was ever increasing. "Make up your mind, work hard and litigation will take you where you cannot imagine. At the end I would like to add that two more values that need to be imbibed in your personality are honest and humbleness. This is my humble advice that it should always follow you, am saying so from 42 years of experience." He also asked students to cultivate the habit of reading and to develop their personality and advocacy skills..Allahabad High Court judge, Justice AN Mittal also spoke on the occasion.