Constitution Day Of India

Constitution Day Of India: History and Significance


Every year on November 26, India celebrates Constitution Day, also known as National Law Day, to commemorate the day the Indian Constitution was ratified by the Constituent Assembly in 1949.

The longest-written constitution in the world is that of India. It provides a framework for running the nation while taking into account its social, religious, and cultural diversity. “Of the people, for the people, and by the people” is how the Indian Constitution is referred to. The Preamble of the Indian Constitution states that India is a sovereign, socialist, secular, democratic, republican, and welfare state dedicated to ensuring that each person has access to justice, freedom, and equality. We are given essential rights and obligations under the Indian Constitution.

The Indian Constitution was approved by the Constitution Assembly on 26 November 1949, and it went into force on 26 January 1950.

In order to promote constitutional principles among the nation’s population, the Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment announced that the Center has decided to commemorate November 26 as Constitution Day in 2015.


The Indian Constitution was drafted with the help of Dr Bhimrao Ramji Ambedkar, the chairman of the Constituent Assembly’s Drafting Committee. The nation’s first Minister of Law and Justice was Dr Ambedkar. In government buildings and educational institutions all over India, the Preamble of the Constitution is read out as a celebration of Constitution Day.

The Preamble of the Indian Constitution declares that the nation is a sovereign, socialist, secular, and democratic republic that seeks to uphold the unity and integrity of the country by securing justice, liberty, and equality for all citizens.