The importance of human rights to Education has now been widely acknowledged. Education shapes the minds of younger generation and makes them appreciate Values. Indian values on Human Rights perhaps have the earliest pedigree. The Rigveda, which is regarded as the oldest documents, declares that all Human beings are equal and they are all brother. According to Atharvanaveda, People have equal right over food and water (natural resources ) . The Vedas including Upanishads (shruti) were the primordial source of ?Dharma? a compendious for all Human Rights and duties, the observance of which was regarded as essential for securing peace and happiness to individuals as well as society. An analysis of all the rules of ?Dharma? would show that, valuable Human Rights had been identified and recognized in Indian Vedas.In this Book Author would indicate the Right to Education and Basic Needs for Human was the most fundamental Human Right with reference to Vedas (Hinduism) as well as present context of constitution.