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Republic Day 2023 Quiz: Know about Indian Constitution facts on 26 January

The Indian Constitution was drafted on November 26, 1949, and we adopted it on November 26, 1949. In the United States, this day is observed as Constitution Day and Law Day.

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Republic Day 2023 Quiz: On January 26, India will commemorate its 74th Republic Day. The dates of November 26, 1949 and January 26, 1950 are significant in Indian history. Both days are associated with the constitution. The Indian Constitution was drafted on November 26, 1949, and we adopted it on November 26, 1949. In the United States, this day is observed as Constitution Day and Law Day. It was implemented in the country exactly two months later, on January 26, 1950. On January 26, India became a full republic. On the occasion of Republic Day, various competitions are held in the country’s schools, colleges, and government offices. If you are competing in a quiz, speech (Republic Day Speech), essay, or debate competition, you should also be familiar with the important facts about the constitution. Obviously, questions about the constitution are asked in the quiz. What is the significance of the Indian Constitution, why it was created, who played an important role in its creation, how long it took to create, and why it is the most unique in the world are all answered in the special things listed below.

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Read about the unique features of the Indian Constitution here.

1. In the year 2015, the Government of India had decided to celebrate 26 November as ‘Constitution Day’. 2015 was a memorable year because it marked the 125th birth anniversary of Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar, the architect of the Constitution.

2. The Indian Constitution is the world’s longest written constitution.

3. The features of many countries’ constitutions have been incorporated into the Indian Constitution. The Indian Constitution is also known as the “Bag of Borrowings” because the majority of its provisions were borrowed from other countries. It borrows heavily from the constitutions of the United Kingdom, America, Germany, Ireland, Australia, Canada, and Japan. It defines the fundamental rights and duties of citizens, the role of government, and the powers of the Prime Minister, President, Governor, and Chief Minister. The Constitution specifies the work of the legislature, executive, and judiciary, as well as their roles in running the country.

4.- The original Indian Constitution copies were not typed or printed. Prem Bihari Narayan Raizada handwrote the original copy of the constitution. It is written in italic letters with beautiful calligraphy. Every page was hand-painted by Santiniketan artists. The Library of Parliament keeps handwritten copies in helium.

5. How does the original appear?
The original copy of the constitution measures 16 inches across.
– penned on parchment sheets This manuscript was 22 inches long and had 251 pages.

6. How long did it take to complete?
The entire constitution took 2 years, 11 months, and 18 days to prepare. It was finished on November 26, 1949. On January 26, 1950, the Republic of India’s Constitution went into effect.

7. – The original constitution was written in two languages: Hindi and English. On January 24, 1950, 284 members of the Constituent Assembly, including 15 women, signed the handwritten constitution. This constitution went into effect in the country two days later, on January 26.

8- The Constitution The Indian constitution, which is divided into 25 parts, 448 articles, and 12 lists, is the world’s largest written constitution. The Indian Constitution originally contained 395 articles (divided into 22 parts) and 8 schedules, but as a result of various amendments, it now contains 448 articles (divided into 25 parts) and 12 schedules. The fundamental rights are outlined in the third section of the constitution.

9. The Indian Constitution’s basic structure is based on the Government of India Act, 1935. The fundamental rights of citizens are described in the Indian Constitution in the third section, from Articles 12 to 35. The Constituent Assembly drafted India’s Constitution.

Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar is credited with creating the Indian Constitution. Dr. Bhim Ram Ambedkar, India’s first law minister, presided over the constitution-drafting committee.


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