Good morning everyone present here, today I am going to give a speech on the Indian constitution. Our constitution, which went into force on November 26, 1949, grants all Indian citizens some essential rights that are not available to them in other nations.
Despite Winston Churchill’s prediction that the newly independent India would not be able to endure, Sardar Vallabh Bhai Patel and Jawahar Lal Nehru managed to achieve the seemingly unattainable. One of the key figures in the creation of our constitution was Dr. B.R. Ambedkar, who served as the drafting committee’s chairman.
The constitution of India is thought to be the world’s longest-written constitution. In the parliament library in New Delhi, the original handwritten constitution has been saved and is being conserved. One of the most intelligent persons, Dr. Ambedkar, studied the constitutions of many nations and used their best ideas to incorporate them into the Indian Constitution.
The French Revolution served as the inspiration for the concepts of liberty, equality, and fraternity. The text of our constitution was finalized after around three years. The Constitution’s original English translation has 1,17,369 words. More than 100 revisions to our constitution have been made as of yet.
One of the most altered constitutions in the world is that of India. It incorporates products from all across the world, demonstrating the constitution cell’s members’ independence of thought. The people were educated about their civil rights and responsibilities as a result of the fight for independence. These moral rights, which are today referred to as basic rights, have been enumerated and maintained by our constitution. Thank you.