We all know the basic facts about the Republic Day celebrated on January 26, here are some interesting and lesser known facts about what happened on January 26.
On January 26, 1930, India’s Independence Day was celebrated for the first time. Independence Day was celebrated on January 26 until independence on August 15, 1947. Although India gained independence on August 15, 1947, its laws were still based on the Government Act 1935 Indian colonial. In order to give prominence to the declaration date of Purna Swaraj as January 26, 1930, the constitution was implemented on January 26, 1950 and January 26 was declared as Republic Day. Happy Republic Day 2022 Patriotic Quotes & HD Images: WhatsApp Stickers, ‘Jai Hind’ HD Images, Telegram Messages, Signal Greetings & Facebook GIFs to celebrate India’s 73rd Gantantra Diwas.
On August 19, 1947, a resolution was moved to appoint the drafting committee to write a constitution. Dr. BR Ambedkar was chosen as Chairman.
On January 26, 1950, in India, the Indian Constitution came into force, replacing the Government of India Act (1935). By adopting its own constitution, India became a republic on January 26. On this day, Dr. Rajendra Prasad began his first term as President of India and the Constituent Assembly became the Parliament of India under the transitional provisions of the new Constitution.
This is the point mainly known on January 26th. Let us now turn to the original copy of the constitution of India.
The Constitution of India is also a fascinating work of art. It is a book that can guide India’s present and secure India’s future while constantly acknowledging India’s past.
Of course, the Constitution is a document that protects our rights as citizens; but the seldom known fact is that each part of the Constitution begins with works of art that trace the 5000 year old history of India. The intricate golden pattern on the front and back cover itself is borrowed from the famous Ajanta murals.
The original copy of the Constitution of India was completely handmade by calligraphers and artists from Visva Bharati to Tagore. It took 5 years to create these elaborate works of art. The calligraphy in this hand-written book is attributed to Prem Behari Narain Raizada, illuminated in miniature style by Nandalal Bose and his student from Shantiniketan, a total of 22 illustrations, including a view of the Himalayas, an Indian desert scene and views of the Indian Sea.
The execution of line drawings and goldsmithing bearing Nandalal Bose’s signature ‘Nand’ on several pages was embellished by Beohar Rammanohar Sinha, signed ‘Ram’ or ‘Rammanohar’.
The signature of Prem Behari Narain Raizada, signed ‘Prem’, can be seen on the calligraphic page of Article 55 of the Constitution of India.
The first part of the original document of the Constitution of India begins with a popular Indus Valley seal, the bull. The rarity of this seal has continued to puzzle historians to this day, as the humped bull is a recurring theme in many ritual and decorative arts of the Saindhav (Indus) region, appearing on painted pottery and in the form figurines long before the rise of cities. and continuing into later historical times.
The citizenship part is represented by the Vedic era of India, exemplified by the painting of a Gurukul.
Part 3, on fundamental rights, is illustrated by an illustration of Rama, Lakshman, Sita. Incidentally, it is interesting to note that this image of Ram was used for a verdict (on the Ram Janmbhoomi dispute) and the court thus declared that Rama was a constitutional entity.
The section on the guiding principles of state policy begins with the iconic scene of the conversation between Arjun and Krishna before the war.
The part of the constitution on the rules relating to the president and vice president is illuminated by the image of Buddha’s enlightenment.
Mahavira’s image, illustrating a period of enormous changes in society, is rendered in the next page, i.e. Part 6.
A great artistic representation is redone by rendering the image of Nataraja Chola Bronze on pages related to finance (Part 12). The Chola Bronze Nataraja was created according to the instructions of the Shilp Shastras.
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