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Constitution of India: Origin, History and all Articles (1-395) and Parts (1-22)

by Nathan Zachary
Constitution of India

The Constitution of India is the supreme law of India and the backbone of this country. It’s the longest written constitution in the world.

The entire structure of the government and institutions that come under it are under the range of the Constitution of India. This is a document that gives us the framework that demarcates basic political law, structure, procedures, powers and duties of the government. It also gives us the Fundamental rights, directives and principles and duties of the citizens.

26 of January, Republic Day

it is important for UPSC applicants to be 100 familiar with the Indian Constitution, and everything associated with it.

The Constitution of India was took on by the Constituent Assembly of India on the 26 of November 1949 and it came effective on 26 January 1950. It was written to replace the Government of India Act 1935 as the basic document governing the country. After it was replaced, the Dominion of India came the Republic of India.

India celebrates the constitution on the 26 of January, Republic Day.

The Constitution of India declares India as a separate, socialist, temporal and popular democracy that assures all its citizens justice, equivalency, liberty and promotes fraternity.

The original constitution is still saved in a nitrogen- filled case in the Parliament House in New Delhi. The words socialist and temporal were added to the preamble by the 42nd Amendment Act in 1976 during the exigency.

Important Points

The Constitution of India imparts indigenous supremacy over administrative supremacy because it was created by a constituent assembly rather than a administrative bone . It was espoused by the people with a protestation that’s given in the preamble. The Parliament can not stamp the constitution.

The Constitution of India was inspired from a number of sources. It’s framers were veritably aware of the requirements and conditions of the country and espoused its features from former legislations similar as the Government of India Act 1858, and the Indian Councils Acts of 1861, 1892, 1909, the Government of India Act 1919 and 1935, and the Indian Independence Act 1947.

The Indian Independence Act led to the creation of Pakistan and India and divided the country into two.

We shall look at an indicator or a summary of the Constitution of India. It’s streamlined to the rearmost emendations and will serve as the right reference for UPSC applicants for UPSC Preparation.


In Indian Constitution, there are 448 papers divided into 25 corridor, 12 schedules and 5 supplements. also, there have been further than 100 emendations to the Constitution of India.

still, to prepare for the IAS test it isn’t necessary to flash back every composition of the Constitution. Hence, only those papers which are necessary from the perspective of the UPSC CSE have been mentioned in this post.

The Constitution of India is the most important document and there’s indeed a Constitution Day of India to celebrate the relinquishment of the constitution. Before we move any further, if you want further background on the backbone of the government, also read about the Why and How of the Constitution.

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