10 Interesting Facts about our Constitution

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10 Interesting Facts about our Constitution

The Indian Constitution has formed by the Dr. B.R Ambedkar and also he has considered as the important person who struggled to form our constitution. On 26th Nov the constitution works had been started and came into existence on 26th Jan of 1950 and we celebrate it as “Republic Day” with joy and happiness. There are many Interesting Facts about our Constitution

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The following are the Interesting facts of our Indian Constitution

1. The time has taken in order to form the Indian Constitution

In order to form the Indian Constitution, the 389 members who belong to the Constituent Assembly have taken 02 years and 11 months. Today we are enjoying the freedom and also liberty it’s all because of them.

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2. The National Emblem of our Country

On 26th Jan of 1950, the Sarnath temple lions were selected as the National Emblem along with the horse, bull and the wheel and also it is one of the Interesting facts about the Constitution of India

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3. Constituent Assembly Members

In the constituent assembly there were 385 members and out of the 292 were the Provincial Legislative Assembly Members and the remaining members were elected from the States of Princely and additional 04 Chief Commissioners Provinces of Delhi of constituent assembly members had been added with that the following Coorg, Bluchistaan, and Ajmer – Marwar).

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4. No. of Women Members in the Indian Constituent Assembly

In the constituent assembly, there were 15 Women Members of the following Sarojini Naidu, Begum Aziz, Vijayalakshmi Pandit, Ammu Swaminathan, and few more women members.

No. of Women Members in the Indian Constituent Assembly
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5. From other country constitutions, the constitution of India borrowed few certain points.

The Indian Constitution is mostly Original and Unique, but there are few points which have took from France Constitution like Fraternity, Equality, and Liberty.

From other country constitutions, constitution of India borrowed few certain points.
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6. No. of Signatures on the Indian Constitution

There are 284 Signatures on the Indian Constitution which was signed by the Constituent Assembly Members and then after 02 working days i.e, on 26th Jan of 1950 it came into reality.

No. of Signatures on the Indian Constitution
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7. Time has taken to Pass the Indian Constitution

Did you know it is not easy and simple in order to write the Indian Constitution? On 26th Nov the Indian Constitution has planned and it has taken almost 03 years in order to pass the constitution and amendments for the constitution members.

Time taken to Pass the Indian Constitution
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8. Designing of the Constitution of India

The most interesting fact is that “Design of the Indian Constitution”, and it is not a document of 10 pages which contains damn lengthy and it is written with the hand in beautiful calligraphy which is written in both the languages of Hindi and English.

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9. Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru set the roadmap for the constitution

On 13th Dec of 1946 out 1st Prime Minister Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru has set the road for the forming the Constitution of India and Dr. B.R Ambedkar has hard work in order to form in a proper shape for the Constitution of India.

Pandit Jwaharlal Nehru set the road map for the constitution
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10. The Constitution of India is the World’s largest constitution

Did you the most interesting fact of Indian Constitution that in the worldwide Our Indian Constitution is the largest constitution which consists of the following 448 articles (Article 12), 94 amendments and 12 schedules.

The Constitution of India is the World’s largest constitution
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