Know About the History & Significance of National Constitution Day

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National Constitution Day: Dr. Bhimrao Ramji Ambedkar, the first Law Minister of India, was appointed as the Chairman of the Constitution Drafting Committee in 1947 and was given the responsibility of writing the new Constitution of the country. On 26 November 1949, the constitution of India was completed. The information about the constitution of God still remains unknown to the devotee society.

Why Do We Celebrate National Constitution Day?

On 26 November 1949, the Constituent Assembly of India adopted its Constitution. Although it was implemented on January 26 (Republic Day), 1950. National Constitution Day is celebrated every year on 26 November to make the citizens of India aware of the Constitution and remind them of the constitutional values and their rights. This day is observed to promote the sense of respect among the citizens of the nation for the constitutional values.

National Constitution Day 2021 Key Points

  • The Indian Constitution came into effect on 26 January 1950, which is observed as ‘Republic Day’ in India.  
  • Many parts of it were taken from the constitutions of other nations, including the United Kingdom, America, Germany, Ireland, Australia, Canada and Japan. 
  • The constitution describes the fundamental rights, duties, role of the government, powers of the Prime Minister, President, Governor, Chief Minister and of the citizens of the nation. 
  • It also describes, what is the work of the legislature, executive and judiciary, and what is their role in running the country.
  • It took 2 years, 11 months and 18 days to prepare the Indian constitution. It was completed on November 26, 1949. This Constitution of the Republic of India came into force on 26 January 1950.
  • The original copy of the Indian Constitution was handwritten by Prem Bihari Narayan Raizada. It is written in italics through calligraphy. Every single page of it was decorated by the artists of Shantiniketan.
  • The original copies of the Indian Constitution were written in two languages: Hindi and English. They are kept safe in the helium filled boxes in the Parliament of India even today.
  • The original hand-written constitution of India was signed by 284 members, that included 15 women, of the Constituent Assembly on January 24, 1950. Two days later, from January 26, this constitution came into force in the country.
  • The assembly that wrote the Indian Constitution had 299 members. The first President of India Dr. Rajendra Prasad was the President of the Constituent Assembly.
  • Know about the Complete Saint who imparts spiritual knowledge according to scriptures.

Constitution of India Is the Largest Written Constitution 

Divided into 25 parts, 470 articles and 12 lists, the Indian Constitution is the largest written constitution in the world. Originally there were a total of 395 articles (divided into 22 parts) and 8 schedules in the Indian Constitution, but as a result of various amendments, it currently has a total of 470 Articles (divided into 25 parts) and 12 Schedules. The third part of the constitution describes the fundamental rights of the citizens.

Some Unknown Facts About the Constitution

The Constituent Assembly’s first meeting was held on 9 December 1946. After which the country was divided into two parts – India and Pakistan. Then, the Constituent Assembly also divided into two parts. Which later became the Constituent Assembly of India and the Constituent Assembly of Pakistan.

When and Why Was the Decision to Celebrate National Constitution Day Taken?

In 2015, as the 125th birth anniversary year of Dr. Ambedkar, the Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment announced to celebrate this day as ‘National Constitution Day‘ on 26 November.

What Is the Current Relevance of the National Constitution of India?

A constitution of any country provides the basis for its governance, which is essential to ensure that the interests and needs of all citizens are taken into account. The constitution gives equal rights to every citizen of the country and also binds them in the same rules. It is the constitution that lets citizens realize the feeling of a free country.

What Is the Aim of Human Life?

The aim of human life is to worship Supreme God Kabir and return to our original permanent abode, Satlok (Sachkhand, eternal place). Anyone wanting to worship Supreme God Kabir can take Naam (Initiation) from Spiritual Leader Jagat Guru Rampal Ji Maharaj irrespective of  their caste, creed, colour, faith or religion as God created every human equal.

Scriptures Tell Us About the Constitution of God

A Complete Guru who imparts worship (bhakti) according to the scriptures and makes his followers i.e disciples do it, only He is a Complete Saint. Holy Books like – speech of Kabir Sahib, speech of Shri Nanak Sahib Ji, speech of Sant Garibdas Ji Maharaj, speech of Sant Dharmdas Ji Sahib, Vedas, Gita, Puran, Quran, Holy Bible etc are the constitution of God. The saint who tells the way of worship to the devotees according to the scriptures, is a Complete Saint. Currently, Saint Rampal Ji Maharaj Ji is the only Saint who tells the Scripture-based way of Worship. If one wishes to do SatBhakti (True Worship) according to the scriptures given by Complete Saint, one can take Initiation / Naam Diksha and can fill an online form or contact us on 08222880541 – 545.

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Name: Abhishek Das | Editor, SA News Channel (2015 - present) A dedicated journalist providing trustworthy news, Abhishek believes in ethical journalism and enjoys writing. He is self starter, very focused, creative thinker, and has teamwork skills. Abhishek has a strong knowledge of all social media platforms. He has an intense desire to know the truth behind any matter. He is God-fearing, very spiritual person, pure vegetarian, and a kind hearted soul. He has immense faith in the Almighty. Work: https://youtu.be/aQ0khafjq_A, https://youtu.be/XQGW24mvcC4

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