In a highly populated country like India, if people want to live peacefully, they have to follow certain rules and regulations, rights and duties properly. Hence, the Constitution of India guides us in all these aspects and plays an important role in maintaining law and order.
The Constitution of India
The Constitution of India is a document that establishes the political values, the powers of government, and the rights of the citizens of the country. It is the supreme law of India.
People of India
Features Indian constitution:
The Indian Constitution ensures freedom, equality and justice for everyone. It defines the political principles, the structure of the government institutions and methods to follow these rules and regulations, and the powers and responsibilities.
And also, it fixes the Rights and Duties and the Directive Principles of the citizens. Thus our constitution provides a structure for us.
The world statistical data on democracy declares that 79% of the Indian citizens have faith in the democratic system. Hence, India ranks first among the democratic countries of the world.
Indian Flag and Preamble
Chief Architect of our Constitution:
The Indian Constitution is the longest written constitution in the world. It is drafted by the Drafting Committee of the Constituent Assembly headed by Dr. B.R. Ambedkar. That is why we call him the ‘Chief Architect of our Constitution'.
Dr. B.R. Ambedkar