The Supreme Court of India is the highest court of appeal in India and the final arbiter of justice in the country. It is the ultimate guardian of the Indian Constitution and the protector of fundamental rights and freedoms of citizens. The court is headed by a Chief Justice and is composed of 30 other judges, all appointed by the President of India. The Supreme Court of India has the power to interpret the Constitution, uphold laws, and resolve disputes between states. It can also declare laws passed by Parliament and the state legislatures as unconstitutional. The court is also responsible for setting binding precedents that serve as legal guidance for lower courts. The Supreme Court is the final authority on constitutional matters and its judgments are binding on all courts. In exceptional cases, the Supreme Court has the power to review its own judgments. The Supreme Court has the power to issue writs such as Habeas Corpus, Mandamus, Quo Warranto, Certiorari and Prohibition, which are enforceable in all courts. These writs are used to protect the fundamental rights of citizens and ensure the rule of law.