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Who wrote the Indian Constitution?

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Who wrote the Indian Constitution? The Constitution of India was written in the beautiful script of Prem Bihari Narayan Raizada.

If we say the father of the Indian Constitution, we have to take the name of Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar.

On August 29, 1947, the Constituent Assembly constituted a Drafting Committee, and it was chaired by Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar was given.

In this draft committee consisting of seven members,

The following dignitaries were,

1) Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar (President)
2) N. Gopalaswami
3) Alladi Krishnaswami Iyer
4) K. M. Munshi
5) Mohammad Sadullah
6) B.L. Mitra
7) D.P. Khaitan

Who wrote the Indian Constitution? How were they chosen to work?

Basically, the constitution is not written by a single person.Various committees have contributed to the drafting of the constitution.Among those various committees, the main committee is the Drafting Committee It was established on 29 August 1947.Its president is Dr. By Babasaheb Ambedkar And with the contributions of the members of this committee, the Constitution of India was framed.

Other members of the committee: K. Munshi, Mohammad Sadullah, Alladi Krishnaswamy Iyer, Gopal Swamy Iyengar, DP Khaitan etc.

The entire constitution of India is only Dr. Is it written by Babasaheb Ambedkar?

Jai Bhim, the answer is no. To say that only Dr. Ambedkar wrote it is like not knowing how the constitution was framed or what was its process. Dr. Ambedkar is of course considered as the father of the constitution and he is considered as the father of the constitution but it does not mean that he wrote the entire constitution.

the Constituent Assembly was formed to make the constitution and there were 349 members in it, i.e. these 349 people were scholars, highly educated and of all castes and religions. was representative, but 299 of them remained and they held 114 days of debates (ie debates – not like they do now), and 12 sessions in a total of 2 years, 11 months, 18 days, 284 of which signed the constitution, and 166 to make the constitution.


The day meeting was held in which the press and the public were given full freedom to participate and the constitutional texts of 60 countries that had already been enacted (not copies) were studied (like how other people have built houses when you don’t know how to build them).

You see, that’s right). However, Dr. Ambedkar used to present one draft in front of 349 people 3 times and after discussing the opinions of scholars, logic, future prospects, objections of representatives of other castes and religions etc., the final draft was approved before the President and the final vote was counted and approved.

This work continued for several days and nights. It is safe to say that this was possible only then because there were many intellectuals who were drafting the constitution based on purely intellectual tests and opinions of others without caste and religious discrimination which is not possible today not even in the next 100 years.

History bears witness that the hard work and effort that Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar took in 2 years, 11 months, 18 days is not the work of any other person, in fact Dr. Benegal Rao was the consultant and prepared the rough draft (first draft of the Constitution). There should be no doubt, but Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar did the final draft, so full credit goes to him. Because Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar was such a personality that if it wasn’t for him no one would have taken up the task of making the constitution and even if someone had taken up, no one would have been able to do the work that he did.

Dr. How did Babasaheb Ambedkar enter the Constituent Assembly of India?

When the subject of drafting a constitution for independent India came up, various committees were formed for the purpose of which Dr. Rajendra Prasad was the chairman of the main constitution committee. When the subject of the Drafting Committee came up, then Prime Minister-designate Jawaharlal Nehru showed names of possible members to Mohandas Gandhi which did not include Dr. Ambedkar’s name. At Mohandas Gandhi‘s insistence Nehru reluctantly had to include Ambedkar’s name and thus included Dr. Ambedkar.

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