Yes, Article are the part of Indian Constitution.
Article 1-4: Deals with the territory of India, formation of new states, alterations, names of existing states.
Article 5-11: Deals with various rights of citizenship.
Article 12-35: Deals with fundamental rights of Indian Citizen Abolition of untouchability and titles.
Articles 36-51: Deals with Directive Principles of State Policy.
Articles 51A: This part was added by 42nnd Amendment in 1976, which contains the fundamental duties of the citizens.
Articles 52-151: Deals with government at the centre level.
Articles 152-237: Deals with government at the state level.
Article 238: Deals with states.
Articles 239-241: Deals with Union Territories
Articles 242-243: It consists of two parts: (i) added by 73rd amendment in 1992, which contains a new schedule. It contains 29 subjects related to Panchayati Raj, who have been given administrative powers.
(ii) It is added by 74th amendment in 1992, which contains a new schedule. It contains 18 subjects relate to municipalities, who have been given administrative powers.
Articles 244-244A: Deals with scheduled and tribal areas.
Articles 245-263: Deals with the relationship between union and states.
Articles 264-300A: Deals with the distribution of revenue between union and states, appointment of Finance Commission etc.
Article 301-307: Deals with the trade, commerce and intercourse within the territory of India.
Article 308-323: Deals with UPSC and Public Services Commissions.
Article 323A, 323B: Added by 42nd Amendment in 1976. Deals with administrative tribunals set up by parliament to hear disputes and complaints regarding Union, states or local Government Employees.
Articles 324-329: Deals with election.
Articles 330-342: Deals with special provision for SCs and STs and Anglo-Indian Representatives.
Articles 343-351: Deals with official language of union and states.
Article 352-360: Deals with emergency provisions, President’s rule.
Articles 361-367: Deals with exemption of criminal proceedings for their official acts of president and governors.
Article 368: Deals with Amendment of constitution.
Article 369-392: Article 370 deals with special status to J&K.
Article 371A: Gives special provisions with respect to state of Nagaland.
Articles 393-395: Deals with the short title, commencement and repeal of the constitution.