Republic Day: While for a few nations, republic day is the minute at which the nation in its present frame was established, there are other people who remember it as the day on which a critical change occurred in the administration of the nation.
“The Resolution expresses that it is our firm and grave set out to have a sovereign Indian republic. You will surely know that a free India can be only a republic,” declared Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru on December 13 1946, as he portrayed out the points and goals of the Constitution that he and his audience members were going to assemble in the following three years.
With 395 articles and 12 plans, the Indian constitution is regularly accepted to be the longest of its sort on the planet. Becoming effective on January 26, 1950.